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Ivan Vasilievich Kliun, or Klyun, born Klyunkov (Russian: Иван Васильевич Клюн; 1 September 1873, in Bolshiye Gorky, Petushinsky District – 13 December 1943, in Moscow) was a Russian Avant-Garde painter, sculptor and art theorist, associated with the Suprematist movement.
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Ivan Klyun, Ivan Vasil'yevich Klyun, Ivan Vasil'evič Kljun, Ivan Klyunkov, Ivan Vasil'yevich Klyunkov, Ivan Kliun, Ivan Vasilevich Klyun, Ivan Vasilevich Kliun, Ivan Vasilevich Klyunkov, Ivan Vasilievich Klyun (Klyunkov), Ivan Vasilievich Klyun, Ivan Vasilievich Klyunkov, Iwan Klioune, Ivan Vassilievitch Kliounkov, Vassilievitch Ivan Kliounkov, Ivan Kljun, Ivan Vasilievitch Klyun
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