Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Gustav Klutsis (Latvian: Gustavs Klucis, Russian: Густав Густавович Клуцис; 4 January 1895 – 26 February 1938) was a pioneering Latvian photographer and major member of the Constructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century. He is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda he produced with his wife Valentina Kulagina and for the development of photomontage techniques.
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Q1341721
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Introduction
Russian painter.
Nationalities
Latvian, Russian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Manufacturer, Curator, Teacher, Designer, Theatrical Painter, Collagist, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Lecturer, Painter, Photographer, Sculptor
Names
Gustavs Klucis, Gustav Klucis, Gustav Klutsis, Gustav Gustavovich Klutsis, Gustav Gustavovič Klutsis, Gustav Gustavovic Klutsis, Gustav Gustavovich Klu︠t︡sis, Gustav Gustavovich Klucis, Gustav Gustavovich Klut︠s︡is, G. G. Klut︠s︡is, H Klutsis, Gustavs Fridrihs Klucis, Gustav Gustavovitch Kluzis
Ulan
500015350
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