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Yermilov Vasiliy or
Vasyl (1894 - 1967) was Ukrainian painter, artist (Cubism,
Constructivism, Neo-Primitivism), and designer.
Yermilov was born in Kharkov. In 1910 he studied at the Art
School in Kharkov. In the same time he had the lessons in
the studio of Eduard Steingerg. From 1911 to 1912 he was a
member of the Golubaya Liliya (Blue Lily) in Kharkov. In
1912 he attended the Moscow School for Painting,
Architecture and Sculpture. In the same year he met Vladimir
Mayakovsky and David Burliuk. In 1914 Yermilov returned to
the School for Applied Art (Kharkov) that he graduated with
Diploma in Decorative Painting.
In 1918 he founded the group of artists League of Seven in
Kharkov. In 1919-1920 he designed posters and decoration for
May Day. In 1922 he was a co-founder of the Technical Art
Institute in Kharkov. In 1925 Vasiliy Yermilov became the
member of the Association of the Revolutionary Art of the
Ukraine (ARMU), together with David Burliuk, Vadim Meller,
Alexander Bogomazov, Victor Palmov and others. In 1928-1929
he was the artistic director of the magazine Avant-garde.
From 1944 to 1947 he was the teacher at the National Art
Institute in Kharkov. Vasiliy Yermilov died in Kharkov.
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