Introduction
Yakov Georgievich Chernikhov (Яков Георгиевич Чернихов) (5 (17) December 1889 in Pavlograd, Yekaterinoslav Governorate, Russian Empire (now Pavlohrad, Ukraine) – 9 May 1951 in Moscow, Soviet Union) was a constructivist architect and graphic designer. His books on architectural design published in Leningrad between 1927 and 1933 are amongst the most innovatory texts (and illustrations) of their time.
Wikidata
Q1399741
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Introduction
Russian constructivist architect, artist and author.
Nationalities
Ukrainian, Russian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Author, Architect, Designer, Teacher, Painter, Theorist
Names
Yakov Chernikhov, Yakov Georgievich Chernikhov, ︠IAkov Georgievich Chernikhov, Iakov Chernikhov, Jacob Chernikhov, Jakov Georgievič Černihov, Yakov Tchernikov, Jakov Georgievič Tchernikov, Yakov Tchernykhov, Jakov Georgievič Tschernigoff, Iakov Chernikov, ︠I︡Akov Georgievich Chernikhov, Tchernikov, Jakow Tschernikow, Yakov. Chernikhov, Yakov. Tchernikov, Yakov Georgievich Tchernikov, Iakov Tchernikov, Jacob Tchernikov, Yakov. Tchernykhov, Yakov Georgievich Tchernykhov, Iakov Tchernykhov, Jacob Tchernykhov
Ulan
500016531
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