Artworks of Yuon Konstantine

Artworks of Yuon Konstantine
Artworks of Yuon Konstantine
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Russian artist

Konstantin Fyodorovich Yuon or Juon (October 1875 - 1958) was a noted Russian painter and theatre designer associated with the Mir Iskusstva. Later, he co-founded the Union of Russian Artists and the Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia.Yuon was born in Moscow to the family of a banking clerk of Swiss-Russian origin. The most Symbolist of his works are the cycle of engravings Creation of the World on the theme of Genesis (1908–1912) and the painting New Planet that shows the October Revolution as a Cosmic Catastrophe.
Among the impressionist landscapes are The Tverskoy Boulevard and To the Trinity (both from 1903). Later he toyed with the ideas of lyrical landscape mixed with the imitations of Palekh miniature and Icon arts. To the end of his life he became a strict social realism artist, producing paintings like Parade on the Red Square on November 7, 1941.
Юон Константин Федорович (1875-1958), российский живописец, народный художник СССР (1950), действительный член АХ СССР (1947). Член Союза русских художников. Жизнерадостные пленэрные пейзажи ("Мартовское солнце", 1915), жанрово-пейзажные и тематические картины ("Утро индустриальной Москвы", 1949). Театральный художник. Государственная премия СССР (1943). Представитель символизма и модерна, органично продолживший эти традиции в советскую эпоху, замечательный мастер пейзажа.

Artworks of Yuon Konstantine
Artworks of Yuon Konstantine
Artworks of Yuon Konstantine