Michael Yakovlevich Antonyuk (Russian: Михаил Яковлевич Антонюк; (12 March 1935 – 14 April 1993) was a prominent honorary artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a monumentalist, and member of Union of Artists of the USSR. Regarded as an influential Avant-garde artist during the Socialist realism era, Michael Antonyuk combined elements of Cubism, Soviet avant-garde and Modernism.

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  • Michael Yakovlevich Antonyuk (Russian: Михаил Яковлевич Антонюк; (12 March 1935 – 14 April 1993) was a prominent honorary artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a monumentalist, and member of Union of Artists of the USSR. Regarded as an influential Avant-garde artist during the Socialist realism era, Michael Antonyuk combined elements of Cubism, Soviet avant-garde and Modernism. Antonyuk was an endowed painter known for oil on canvas. His artistic skill managed to express his own style, although early work shows the influence of Post-Impressionism and Cezannism, for example; "Portrait of the Artist's wife".[Wikicommons art and citation] His artistic repertoire is attributed to the influence of Taras Shevchenko's Academic Art, the Impressionism of Henri Matisse and Vincent van Gogh, the Cubism of Fernand Leger and Pablo Picasso, and the geometric abstractionism of Kazimir Malevich. Antonyuk's widespread artistic discography encompassed Stained glass, Mosaic, encaustic accretion technique, Lithography, Mixed media, and Photography in addition to collaborative works with various soviet artists. According to Valentin Pak, art historian and former Director of the Museum of Modern Art, Kazakhstan, Astana (former Tselinograd) "...Michael Yakovlevich worked as an artist on an expansive theme of an all-encompassing palette. The vast expression in his paintings harmonize with today's movement, so we can say that his art is true modernism". (en)
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  • Michael Yakovlevich Antonyuk (Russian: Михаил Яковлевич Антонюк; (12 March 1935 – 14 April 1993) was a prominent honorary artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a monumentalist, and member of Union of Artists of the USSR. Regarded as an influential Avant-garde artist during the Socialist realism era, Michael Antonyuk combined elements of Cubism, Soviet avant-garde and Modernism. (en)
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