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  1. David Davidovich Burliuk (Дави́д Дави́дович Бурлю́к; 21 July 1882 – 15 January 1967) was a Russian poet, artist and publicist of Ukrainian origin associated with the Futurist and Neo-Primitivist movements.

  2. David Davidovich Burliuk ( 1882 - 1967) foi um pintor, mecenas de arte, escritor, poeta e dramaturgo da Ucrânia, tido para muitos como «o pai do futurismo literário russo», formando com os irmão Vladimir, pintor, e Nikolai, poeta, o centro de gravidade do Cubofuturismo em seus primórdios, posteriormente a principal tendência ...

  3. David Burliuk devoted his artistic practice—which spanned painting, poetry, drawing, and engraving—to the pursuit of the modern. Using bold typefaces, vibrant colors, and energetic brush strokes, Burliuk turned against the artistic conventions of the past, capturing Russian Futurism’s ideas of dynamism, innovation, and revolution ...

  4. Internationally renowned as the "father of Futurism" in his native Ukraine and in Russia, David Burliuk was a major contributor to the seminal period of modernism in the early decades of the 20th century. Burliuk was born in 1882 near the city of Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine.

  5. www.artnet.com › artists › david-davidovich-burliukDavid Burliuk | Artnet

    Learn about David Burliuk, a Ukrainian painter who participated in Russian Futurism and mixed Fauvist, Cubist, and Futurist styles. Explore his biography, artworks, and collections on Artnet.

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  6. 11 de out. de 2023 · Internacionalmente conhecido como “o pai do futurismo”, David Burliuk foi um dos principais contribuintes para o período seminal do modernismo nas primeiras décadas do século XX. David Burliuk nasceu em 21 de julho de 1882, em uma pequena aldeia perto de Kharkiv, a segunda maior cidade da Ucrânia.

  7. Hailed as the father of Futurism in the Russian empire, the Ukrainian painter David Burliuk was the first born of a family of artists. After beginning his training in Kazan and Odesa, he moved to Munich with his brother Volodymyr.