Pavel Lyubarskii

Любарский, Павел Васильевич

Graphic artist

Born Khabarovsk, 1891

Died Moscow, 1970


Lyubarsky, son of the chief physician Vasily Lyubarsky, studied at the Moscow school of painting, Sculpture and architecture from 1910 to the beginning of the war in 1914 when he returned to Khabarovsk. During his study he met with David Burliuk and Vladimir Mayakovsky and became acquainted with futurism. In Khabarovsk he worked as an art teacher and founded the 'The Khabarov Art Association'. Around 1919 Lyubarsky moved to Vladivostok where he worked as an editor for the Krasnoe Znamya newspaper. In 1928 he moved to Moscow where he worked as the art editor of the Publishing house Uchpedgiz.