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Boris Eremeevich Vladimirski
(1878 - 1950)
Boris was born on February 27, 1878 in Kiev, Ukraine. His artistic studies started from the young age of ten, and later attended the Kiev Art College from 1900-1904. After his study there with Ivan Seleznyov he went to the Academy of Arts and the Anton Ažbe School in Munich from 1904-1908. He began to exhibit in 1906, his work was largely about the work ethic of the Soviets in the Socialist Realism propagandistic style and was well received. One of his works however is notable for its depiction of the vehicles that the Soviet secret police used when they went at night to ‘disappear’ people. This piece, “Black Ravens”, did not fall in line with the usual values of Socialist Realism and “it is still unknown how this work passed censorship.” He died in Moscow in 1950.