Alexander Roitburd is a Ukrainian artist and important figure in the Post-Impressionist movement who became a household name in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Born in 1883 to a Jewish-Ukrainian family in Kharkov, present day Ukraine, Roitburd was a self-taught painter who studied in Europe to broaden his art education. He was inspired by the Impressionist style of art and went on to develop what is known as modern Symbolism. His works of art often feature landscapes and nature-inspired scenes, often with a focus on women, innocence, and spirituality. His most iconic works include Fallen Flowers, Wounded Nature, and Bereavement.
Alexander Roitburd, Post-Impressionist, Ukraine, Symbolism, Impressionism, Landscapes.
— Mei Wang
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