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Eduard Krimmer
/1900-1974/

Eduard Krimmer was a Russian painter born in St. Petersburg. He began his art studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg in 1918, but later transferred to the Stroganov Art School, where he studied under the guidance of the famous Russian artist Alexander Savinov. In 1925, Krimmer moved to Paris, where he continued his art education at the École des Arts Décoratifs and the Académie Julian. During his time in Paris, he became interested in the works of the Impressionists and Fauvists, and his own style began to reflect these influences. Krimmer's paintings were characterized by their bright colors, bold brushstrokes, and dynamic compositions.

Krimmer returned to the Soviet Union in the early 1930s and settled in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg). He became a member of the Leningrad Union of Artists and participated in many exhibitions throughout his career. Krimmer's art was heavily influenced by the cultural and political climate of his time. Like many other Soviet artists, he was required to conform to the principles of Socialist Realism, which placed a strong emphasis on the glorification of the working class and the Soviet state. Despite these restrictions, Krimmer was able to maintain his own unique style and vision, and his paintings remain highly regarded for their technical skill and artistic merit. Eduard Krimmer passed away in 1974 in Leningrad.


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