Artists / Artist
Dydyshko (Dydyshkin) Konstantin
Painter, graphic artist, set designer. At the beginning of his artistic activities (1900-s – early 1910-s) was under the influence of Impressionism and creativity miriskusnikov, with their usual stylization and the desire for decoration. Creativity mid – late 1910-s stated interest in the avant-garde experiments. In the later period of the artist’s style has changed: his portraits of this time, cabin in nature.
Born in 1876 in Kovensky Province (now Zarasai), Lithuania.
Since 1905 as an auditor trained in Imperial Academy of Arts and Alexsandr Kiselev, Dmitriy Kardovsky, Nikolay Dubovsky.
In 1906 went to Munich, where a short time was engaged in private schools Franz von Stuck, Anton Aschbe and O. Zayentsa. On the advice of Arkhip Kuindzhi made a trip to Paris and London. In 1908-1914 he traveled in France, Italy, Spain, Germany and Turkey. He worked in the Crimea and the Caucasus.
In 1912 – was received the title of the artist’s.
In the 1900’s – 1910-x wrote mostly landscapes.
The exhibit at the exhibitions “Triangle-Wreath-Stephanos” in St. Petersburg (1910), the Youth Union in Riga (1910) and St. Petersburg (1912-1913), 2-m VA Izdebsky Salon in St. Petersburg, the exhibition ” Donkey’s Tail “in Moscow (1912),” World of Art in Petrograd (1915).
During the First World War served as an artist-correspondent for the magazine “The Sun of Russia on the Caucasian front. Collaborated in the magazines “tops”, “Niva” and others.
In 1916, in Tsarskoe Selo, was an exhibition of his wartime sketches.
The exhibit: at the Community of Artists exhibition in Petrograd (1917), “World of Art”, “Modern painting and drawing” (both – 1918), “Russian Landscape” (1918-1919), the First State Free Exhibition of Works of Art in Petrograd (1919).
In 1921 – was emigrated to Finland, in 1929 he settled in Copenhagen. He worked primarily as a portraitist. In the 1920 – 1930 held solo exhibitions in Copenhagen, Helsinki, Stockholm and Berlin.
The artist’s works are in many museum collections in Russia and abroad, including in the Yaroslavl Art Museum, Vologda Picture Gallery and others.
He died in 1932 in Copenhagen.