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January 14, 1841 -- March 2, 1895, French impressionist.

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Here are all the paintings of El Lissitzky 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
2571 Composition  aa El Lissitzky Composition aa c1920
23350 Composuition (nn03) El Lissitzky Composuition (nn03) c 1920 Gouache ink and Pencil on paper 41 x 33 cm 16 1/8 x 13 in Private collection
34079 Proun El Lissitzky Proun mk87 c.1922 Gesso, 97.5x97.2cm New York,The Museum of Modern Art
56531 proun 19d El Lissitzky proun 19d mk247 c.1922,gesso,oil ,paper on wood,38x38 in,97x97 cm,museum of modern art,new york ,ny,usa

El Lissitzky
Russian 1890-1941 He was an important figure of the Russian avant garde, helping develop suprematism with his mentor, Kazimir Malevich, and designing numerous exhibition displays and propaganda works for the former Soviet Union. His work greatly influenced the Bauhaus and constructivist movements, and he experimented with production techniques and stylistic devices that would go on to dominate 20th century graphic design. El Lissitzky's entire career was laced with the belief that the artist could be an agent for change, later summarized with his edict, "das zielbewußte Schaffen" (goal-oriented creation). A Jew, he began his career illustrating Yiddish children's books in an effort to promote Jewish culture in Russia, a country that was undergoing massive change at the time and that had just repealed its anti-semitic laws. When only 15 he started teaching; a duty he would stay with for most of his life. Over the years, he taught in a variety of positions, schools, and artistic media, spreading and exchanging ideas. He took this ethic with him when he worked with Malevich in heading the suprematist art group UNOVIS, when he developed a variant suprematist series of his own, Proun, and further still in 1921, when he took up a job as the Russian cultural ambassador to Weimar Germany, working with and influencing important figures of the Bauhaus and De Stijl movements during his stay. In his remaining years he brought significant innovation and change to typography, exhibition design, photomontage, and book design, producing critically respected works and winning international acclaim for his exhibition design. This continued until his deathbed, where in 1941 he produced one of his last works ?? a Soviet propaganda poster rallying the people to construct more tanks for the fight against Nazi Germany.
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