Yevgeny Yevgenyevich Lanceray, also often spelled Eugene Lansere, was a Russian graphic artist, painter, sculptor, mosaicist, and illustrator, associated stylistically with Mir iskusstva.
About Eugene Lanceray
Russian graphic artist, painter, and sculptor associated with Mir iskusstva, or the World of Art.
He took lessons at the Drawing School of the Society for the Encouragement of the Arts in St. Petersburg, and then went to Paris.
He was honored with the Stalin Prize three years before he died.
His grandfather Nicholas Benois, and his uncle Leon Benois, were both well known architects.
He was awarded the Stalin Prize, named for Joseph Stalin.
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- Benois family
- Tbilisi State Academy of Arts faculty
- Painters from Saint Petersburg
- Académie Colarossi alumni
- 19th-century Russian painters
- Stalin Prize winners
- Alumni of the Académie Julian
- 20th-century Russian painters