ABRAHAM A. MANIEVICH

1881–1942

Abraham A. Manievich

Abraham A. Manievich

Attended KKhU (1901-1905). Contact with Olexandr Archipenko, Olexandr Bogomazov, Alexandra Exter, Aristarkh Lentulov, and other members of the nascent avant-garde. Attended Akademie der Künste, Munich (1905-1907). Visited Paris (1913). Musee de Luxembourg acquired one of his paintings. Lived in Moscow (1917). Professor at the USAA Kyiv (1917-1919). One-man exhibitions in Kyiv, Moscow, Paris, Munich, Vienna, Petrograd, and other cities (1917-1919). Emigrated after the death of his son (1921) and settled in New York City (1922). Albert Einstein responded to his painting with “We both serve the stars, you as an artist, l as a scientist”. (1935). After emigrating, worked primarily as a landscapist.

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