Nikolai Petrovich Bogdanov-Bel'sky (Russian, 1945)

Timeline

1868
Born in Smolensk region, Russia
1883
Studied art at the Semen Rachinski fine art school, icon-painting at the Troitse-Sergiyeva Lavra
1884–1889
Studied modern painting at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under V.E.Makovsky, V.D.Polenov and I.M.Prianishnikov.
1894–1895
Studied in the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg under I.E.Repin
1909
Member of the Arkhip Kuindzhi Society (of which he was a founding member and chairman from 1913 to 1918). Exhibited in Paris.
1914
Active Member of the Imperial Academy of Arts
1945
Died in Berlin

Exhibitions

1941
The artists sent his work for the group exhibition in Moscow
1940
Exhibition in the Riga Museum of Fine Arts, Latvia
1936
Exhibition in the Riga Museum of Fine Arts, Latvia
1931
Exhibited in Paris (D’Aligan)
1930
Exhibited in Amsterdam, Berlin and Belgrade
1929
Participated in the big exhibition of Russian art in Copenhagen and was highly acclaimed by the local press and art critics.
1928
Successfully exhibited in Prague. Nine of his works were bought from the exhibition, including one acquired by the National Gallery of Prague.
1925
Exhibited in Pittsburg
1924
Participated along with I.Grabar, B.Kustodiev, M.Nesterov, S.Vinogradov, V.Polenov, K.Yuon and other prominent artists in the Russian exhibition in the USA (New York, Grand Central Palace).
1923
Second personal exhibition in the Riga Museum of Fine Arts
1914
Active Member of the Imperial Academy of Arts
1911
Exhibited in Rome