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Bogorodsky, Fyodor
1895–1959
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Member of the Academy of Arts (USSR) 
Member of the Bytiye art association (1922) and the Zhar-Ptitsa association (1925)
Member of the Association of Artists of Russia (1924)
Head of the Chair of painting and drawing at VGIK (All-Union State Institute of Cinematography), Professor (1938–59)
Honorary Art Worker of the Russian Federation (1946)
Associate of the Academy of Arts (USSR) (1947) 
Chairman of the Moscow Artists’ Union (1955–1958)
Awarded with the Stalin Prize (1946)

Graduate of the Law Department of Moscow University (1917), Fyodor Bogorodsky was known to be interested in Futurism, associating intimately with Velimir Khlebnikov and Vladimir Mayakovsky. He also took drawing lessons at Mikhail  Leblan’s studio. Fyodor Bogorodsky graduated from VKHUTEMAS, the class of Abram Arkhipov (1922–1924).
Fyodor Bogorodsky’s paintings can be found in 
• Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow)
• Russian Museum (St. Petersburg)
• Central Museum of the Revolution  (Moscow)
• Central Museum of the Armed Forces (Moscow)
• Museum of Russian Art in Kiev 
• many Russian provincial art museums.


Bogorodsky, Fyodor<br/>1895–1959<div class=infogen>Ladyzhino Village. A Cart-way., 1939, 54х63, oil on canvas</div><div class=infopub>Published in: album «Image of Homeland» (2007), page 38.<br/><span class='b-share' style='padding:1px 0px 1px 4px!important;'><a style='display:inline-block;' href='http://www.facebook.com/sharer.php?s=100&p[title]=Bogorodsky, Fyodor%20-%20Ладыжино.Дорога&p[summary]=&p[url]=http://artprima.ru/en/artists/xx-1part/bogorodskij-fedor-semenovich.html%23p1&p[images][0]=http://artprima.ru/assets/images/paintings/bogorodskii/thumbs/thumb_28-01-06(1).jpg' target='_blank' onclick='return !window.open(this.href, 'Facebook', 'width=640,height=300')' ><span class='b-share-icon b-share-icon_facebook'></span></a></span><span id=ya_share0></span></div>

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Ladyzhino Village. A Cart-way.,
1939,
oil on canvas,
54х63