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    David Davidovich Burliuk (Russian: Давид Давидович Бурлюк; 21 July 1882 – 15 January 1967) was a Russian-language poet, artist, publicist and book illustrator associated with the Futurist, Neo-Primitivist and Futurism movements. Burliuk is often described as "the father of Russian Futurism".
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    Ukrainian, American, Russian
    Artist, Decorative Painter, Manufacturer, Curator, Art Dealer, Art Critic, Writer, Designer, Editor, Poet, Collagist, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Painter
    David Burlyuk, David Davidovich Burlyuk, David Burli︠u︡k, David Davidovich Burli︠u︡k, Dav. Dav. Burli︠u︡k, Давид Бурлюк, דאוויד בורליוק, David Davidovitsj Boerljoek, David Davidowitsj Boerljoek, David Bourliouk, David Davidovitch Burliuk, David Burljuk, David Davidovic Burljuk, David Davidowitsch Burljuk, Burliuk, David Davidovich Burliuk
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