Arnold Lakhovsky

Russian painter / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Arnold Borisovich Lakhovsky (Ukrainian: Арнольд Борисович Лаховський, Russian: Арнольд Борисович Лаховский, also known as Aaron Berkovich; born 1880 – 1937)[1] was a painter and sculptor of Ukrainian-Jewish descent, he was known for his landscape paintings.[2]

Arnold Lakhovsky, 1909
Self-portrait of Lakhovsky

Lakhovsky completed his art education at the Art Academy of Odessa, and also in Munich and Saint Petersburg, where he eventually resided. In 1925 he emigrated to Paris, and his paintings were exhibited in an art museum there. Later in 1933 he finally moved to New York City and taught at Boston's School of the Museum of Fine Arts.