Three Women Figures

Oleksandra Ekster1909-1910

National Art Museum of Ukraine

National Art Museum of Ukraine
Kyiv, Ukraine

The most prominent artist of Ukrainian avant-garde. Oleksandra Ekster studied in Kyiv and Paris, where she met Picasso, Braque, Apollinaire, Marinetti. Ekster promoted new art, participated in the resonant avant-garde exhibitions Lanka (1908) and Kiltse (1914). Oleksandra Ekster's art studio was an important center of Kyiv's cultural life of the 1918-1920s. The artist educated a whole generation of the theatrical design innovators - Anatol Petrytskyi, Vadym Meller, Isak Rabinovych - who contributed to the development of Ukrainian theatre in the 1920s


  • Title: Three Women Figures
  • Creator: Oleksandra Ekster
  • Date Created: 1909-1910
  • Physical Dimensions: h 63, w 60
  • Type: Painting
  • Rights: National Art Museum of Ukraine
  • Medium: Oil on canvas

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