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Trofimov Vikenty Pavlovich
1878 — 1956  Vikenty Trofimov finished the Stroganov Art School in Moscow in 1899. He was close friend of Ignaty Nivinsky; they studied in the same year at the Art School. They were awarded gold medals, but they denied and chose pensioner trip abroad. Trofimov studied at the private school of S. Y. Zhukovsky and N. F. Khalyavin.  In 1900 Trofimov was appointed teacher of evening classes in the Stroganov Art School. In 1903–1905 he worked as an artist and head of art section of handicraft department in Zemstvo of Sudzhan. Later Trofimov moved to Moscow. He taught watercolor in the private Bogdanov’s and Galkin’s School of industrial art. In 1909–1911 Trofimov headed the branch of Stroganov School in Sergiev Posad.  From 1911 till 1922 Trofimov lived in Voronezh. He headed the School of art and craft named after Kolomenkin, branch of the Stroganov Art School. In 1900–1916 Trofimov participated in the All-Russian exhibitions of industrial art in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In 1916 he took part in the exhibition of Moscow Association of Artists.  In early 1920s by the order of the All-Russian Society for Conservation of Historical and Cultural Monuments (VOOPIiK), Trofimov created a series of paintings with landscapes of Old Voronezh and warship construction in the Admiralty Shipyards of Peter the Great. Trofimov studied documents from municipal archives in order to paint Voronezh series of paintings.  In 1986 the exhibition of Trofimov’s works was held in Voronezh Art Museum named after I. N. Kramskoy.  In 1924 Trofimov moved to Omsk, where he was appointed head of the faculty of painting at the Art College named after M. A. Vrubel. He also headed the branch of the society New Siberia.  In 1930s works of Trofimov were published on postcards by the Association of the artists of the Revolution (AKhR). In 1932 Trofimov moved to Moscow, where he designed plafond in the House of the Soviet Army in Arkhangelskoye Estate, plafonds of the White Hall of Moscow municipal council (Mossovet) and the Museum of Architecture named after A. N. Shchusev.  In late 1930s the family moved to Zagorsk, where Trofimov together with his elder son restored the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius. In 1955 the personal exhibition of Trofimov was held in Zagorsk.  Works by Vikenty Trofimov are in many museum collections, including Tyumen Regional Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Architecture named after A. N. Shchusev, the State Historical Museum, Voronezh Museum of Local History and others.
The Holy Satyr
Year: 1921-1923
Genre: Graphics
Technique: Бумага, смешанная техника
Size: 38х46
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