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Oscar Miestchaninoff

Oscar Miestchaninoff was a Belarusian painter and sculptor. The main direction of his creative work was sculpturing. Busts and torsos made by Miestchaninoff of marble, granite andbronze were exhibited at the Academy of Arts, French Artists Association, at the Salon d’automne and the Salon des Indépendants in 1915 and 1916. The artist’s most famous work A Man in a Top Hat is at the G. Pompidou National Museum of Contemporary Arts.

Achievements

  • The artist’s most famous work A Man in a Top Hat is at the G. Pompidou National Museum of Contemporary Arts and was included into the exhibition of the artists of the Paris School Part of Another, which took place in Paris in November 2000 – March 2001, hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Arts of the City of Paris.
Born 1886
Died 1956
(aged 70)
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Ethnicity
  • studied at Vitsebsk arts school run by J. Pen
  • studied at the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris
  • 1905 - 1907
    studied at Odessa school of arts

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  • Activities
    • Painters and Graphics
    • Sculptors
  • Album
    • Photo: Modiliany- "Portrait of Miestchaninoff"
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  • Nationalities
    • Belarusian
  • Ethnicity
  • College/University
    • Odessa school of arts
    • the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris
  • Major Achievements
    • The artist’s most famous work A Man in a Top Hat is at the G. Pompidou National Museum of Contemporary Arts and was included into the exhibition of the artists of the Paris School Part of Another, which took place in Paris in November 2000 – March 2001, hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Arts of the City of Paris.
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