Aleksander Sturman

Born: 1869, Warsaw
Died: After 1945, Warsaw (?)

Polish painter, graphic artist, teacher. Studied at the Odessa School of Drawing (1880s), under Arkhip Kuinji at the Imperial Academy of Arts (1890–95) and at Anton Ažbè’s school of art in Munich (1896–98). Returned to St Petersburg (1900). Painted Impressionist landscapes of Venice, Warsaw and Vilna (1900s). Founding member of the New Society of Artists (1903). Taught at the Penza School of Art (1912–18). Emigrated to Wilno (1920s). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1893). Contributed to the exhibitions of the Moscow Fellowship of Artists (1900s), New Society of Artists (1904–14), Exhibitions of Art and Industry in Tver (1910–12), World Fair in St Louis (1908) and the Esposizione Internazionale in Rome (1911).

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