Dutch engraver, cartographer. Studied engraving under Romeyn de Hooghe (1676–79). Taught etching to Peter the Great during his Great Embassy to Holland (1697) and was invited to Russia to work on commissions and train Russian artists (1698). Headed the engraving workshop at the Moscow Armoury.
Painter, graphic artist, architect, designer, illustrator, writer on art, teacher. Born Eliezer Lisitsky in the family of Jewish craftsman Mordukh Lisitsky and housewife Sarra Leiboyna in the town of Pochinok near Smolensk
Painter, graphic artist, theatrical designer, illustrator, teacher. Born in the family of Semyon Naumov in Kazatskoe in Chernihiv Province (1884). Studied at the Nikolai Murashko School of Drawing in Kiev (1899–1901), Kiev
Painter, draughtsman, teacher. Son of Felix Lagorio (1781–1857), vice-consul of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies in Theodosia (1826). Studied under Hovhannes Aivazovsky in Theodosia (1839–40) and under Alexander Gottlob
Artist. Born in the village of Yevdokievka in Dnepropetrovsk Region in the family of Foma Shkuratsky (30 September 1923). Lived and studied in Dneprodzerzhinsk (from 1934). Attended the school of art at the Metallurgy Palace of
Painter, graphic artist. Born in the family of Zakhary Turetsky in Voronezh (1928). Studied at the Konstantin Savitsky School of Art in Penza (1946–47). Moved to Moscow (1947), where he studied under Mikhail Perutsky and Moses