Sergei Ivanovich Pichugin
1881 (Sergiev Posad) — 1971 (Moscow)
Painter, graphic artist
Sergey Pichugin studied at Moscow School of painting, sculpture and architecture (MUZhVZ) under the guidance of K. A. Korovin, A. M. Vasnetsov, C. V. Malyutin, and A. E. Arkhipov (till 1912).
Pichugin painted landscapes, genre paintings, monumental paintings; he was interested in impressionism style.
In 1923 Pichugin was an active member of the Society of Travelling Art Exhibitions (TPKhV). He participated in the exhibitions of the Society of artists of Moscow School of painting (1923), the Siberian art exhibition of painting, drawing and sculpture (1926), the exhibition of 22 artists (1927), the exhibition of the group Zhar-Tsvet (“Fiery Flower”), the exhibition of the I. E. Repin Society of artists (both — 1929), the exhibition of the Society of Moscow artists (1929–1930), the exhibition of the works of artists sent on a mission to the regions of the industrial building and collective farms, the exhibition The Crimea and the Caucus — health resort of the USSR (both — 1931), the exhibition of Sergiev society Klich (“Call”) in Zagorsk (1924), the exhibition of the K. K. Kostandi Artistic society in Odessa (1926) and others. Pichugin was a member of the Union of artists of the USSR.
In 2006 the exhibition of Pichugin’s works was held in Moscow.
Works by Sergey Pichugin are in many museum collections, including Sergiev Posad State History and Art Museum-Reserve.
Size: 46.25" x 23.5"
Oil on Canvas