Léopold Survage

Сюрваж (Штюрцваге), Леопольд Леопольдович

Graphic artist,

Born Moscow, 31 July 1879

Died Paris, 31 October 1968

 

Survage studied at the Moscow Art school under Korovin and Pasternak. He became acquainted with the Russian Avant-garde trough Archipenko and took part in the 'Blue Rose' exhibition in 1907. In 1908 he went to Paris and changed his name Sturzwage into Survage during World War 1. Principally a painter, Survage also worked in the graphic arts, textile design, and theater arts. In 1927 he became a French citizen. After World War II his activity continued and included work in miniatures, and in book illustration.

 

1920

 

1926-28

 

   

 

1931

 

1945-46

 

 

1953

 

1960

 

1965

 

1968

 

1975

 

1983

 

1992-93