, Alexander Kruchenykh, Vladmir Mayakovsky, Victor Khlebnikov.
The artists David Burliuk
lived and worked on the island of Chichi jima in 1920 before finally emigrating to America - painting much in the manner of Gauguin.
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A collaboration by the Hylaea group of poets and artists, this collection of verse, prose, and ten illustrations by Vladimir Burliuk--each a portrait of one of the book's contributors--is printed by letterpress on the verso of sheets of cheap wallpaper, under which, as David Burliuk
later noted with abject relish, bedbugs and cockroaches had once scurried.
In a memoir, David Smith's wife, the painter/sculptor Dorothy Dehner, adds to Graham's inner circle Pollock, David Burliuk
, Edgar Levy, Milton Avery, Jean Xeron, and Frederick Kiesler.
Born in 1894, he joined the Russian Futurists, a collection of poets headed by his friend David Burliuk
, despite never having written a line of verse.
Khlebnikov, Livshits, and Elena Guro all figure in the discussion, as does-perhaps more surprisingly (as a prose writer)--Kandinskii, while David Burliuk
can apparently even be credited with coining the term 'minimalism' (in a 1929 catalogue essay on John Graham, ne Ivan Dombrovskii).
In his later years, younger figurative artists, including the Soyer brothers and David Burliuk
, were fascinated by Eilshemius and apparently kept in touch with him.