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Life and Work
Vladimirski was born in Kiev, Ukraine. He began his artistic studies at age 10, later attending the Kiev Art College (1900/01?-1904), the Academy of Arts and the Anton Ažbe School in Munich (1904-1908). He exhibited his first painting in 1906.
As an official Soviet artist, his work was well received and widely exhibited. His works were aimed at exemplifying the work ethic of the Soviet people; they were displayed in many homes and federal buildings. He is also known for his paintings of prominent public officials.
However, his controversial Black Ravens painting, which depicts Soviet secret police (NKVD) that came at night to disappear people, is regarded as a piece that transcended the values of Socialist Realism. "It is still unknown how this work passed censorship." 
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