Lyubov Sergeyevna Popova, who lived from 1889 to 1924, was one of the leading artists of the Russian and Soviet avant-garde in the early 20th century.
Popova begins her studies in Stanislav Zhukovsky's studio in 1907. 1908-09 she goes to the art school of Konstantin Yuon and Ivan Dudin, there she meets Alexander Vesnin. In the autumn of 1909 he goes to Kiev; 1910 to Italy with his family, influenced by the work of Giotto and masters of the 15th and 16th centuries; In 1910 he went to Pskov and Novgorod to study icons. Works with Ivan Aksenov, Viktor Bart, Alexei Grishchenko, Vladimir Tatlin in the 1912 Moscow studio 'The Tower'.
Popova visits Sergei Shchukin's collection of modern French art in 1912. Inspired by Russian architecture, icons and frescoes, he began to develop a less naturalistic approach to art, despite having first-hand experience with analytical Cubism during his decisive visit to Paris. From 1912 to 1913 he lived in Paris, working with the cubist painters Jean Metzinger and Henri Le Fauconnier. Around this date he began to paint in the cubist style, and on his return to Russia in 1914 exhibited and became associated with Russian avant-garde groups. One of the most innovative Russian abstract artists of the early twentieth century, Popova saw abstract, 'constructivist' art as a metaphor for construction in the modern industrial city and referred to herself as an 'artist-engineer'.
Lyubov Popova Style
Popova, in her work from 1912 to 1915, was concerned with the representation of Cubist form and movement; After 1915, his non-representational style revealed the influence of icon painting. She joined the Supremus group organized by Kazimir Malevich she.
Like many young artists, Popova tried to ignore the war in pursuit of her art, but she could not ignore the Bolshevik Revolution. As a matter of fact, from 1917 on, TV series posters, book designs, fabric and theater designs became completely identified with the aims of the Revolution. In 1918 she married the art historian Boris von Eding and again showed her architectural painting at the state exhibition titled "Non-Objective Creativity and Suprematism". He taught at Svomas and Vkhutemas from 1918 and was a member of the Inkhuk from 1920 to 1923.
Popova participated in the 5x5 = 25 exhibition in Moscow in 1921 and the Erste Russische Kunstausstellung held under the auspices of the Russian government in 1922 at the Galerie van Diemen in Berlin, and in 1921 she moved away from studio painting. While practicing her utilitarian prolific art, between 1921-24 Popova became fully involved in Soviet art activities. She produced designs for stage sets, typography and textiles she.
Lyubov Popova Famous Paintings, Works
Popova, who died at the age of 35, went back to; He left many works such as Air + Man + Space (1912), Model (1913), Pianist (1914), Portrait of a Philosopher (1915), Untitled (1915), Birsk (1916) and many more.
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