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    Introduction
    Nikolai Ivanovich Kulbin (Russian: Николай Иванович Кульбин; 1868, Helsinki – 6 March 1917, Petrograd) was a Russian Futurist artist, musician and theorist.Kulbin first trained as medical doctor at the Imperial Military Medical Institute, graduating in 1893. He then became a lecturer at the Military Medical Attendants' School while also researching alcoholism.He became an active artist and set designer. From 1913 to 1914 gave lectures on Futurism.
    Wikidata
    Q1251704
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    Nationalities
    Russian, Finnish
    Gender
    Male
    Roles
    Artist, Designer, Art Theorist, Physician, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor, Theorist
    Names
    Nikolay Kulbin, Nicolai Kulbin, Nikolaj Ivanovič Kulbin, Nikolai Ivanovich Kulbin, Nikolay Kul'bin, Nikolay Ivanovich Kul'bin, Nikolai Kul'bin, Nikolai Ivanovitch Koulbine, Nikolai Ivanovich Kul'bin, Nikolaj Ivanovic Kul'bin
    Ulan
    500006250
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    Works

    17 works online

    Exhibitions

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