Zhukovsky was born in Yendrikhovtsy, Grodno Province. He was a student of Isaac Levitan and graduate of the Moscow School of Painting. Zhukovsky became a celebrated landscapist associated with the Impressionist movement and established his own art studio in Moscow, in which he mentored many artists, most notably the painter Liubov Popova and a young Vladimir Mayakovsky who was then working as a poster artist.
As a painter, Zhukovsky was dedicated to landscapes and wealthy estates. His fondness for lavish things left him suspect in the Bolshevik era, and in 1923 he moved from the Soviet Union to his ancestral homeland of Poland. During World War II, he was arrested by the Nazis and held at the prisoner transit camp (Durchgangslager) at Pruszków where he died in 1944.
Themes and series
- Window to the World
- Noble Nest
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