Oskar Petrovich Gryun (1874 – 1931) Russian 🇷🇺Textile Designer

Female Pioneers, 1928/32 Art Institute, ChicagoOskar Petrovich Gryun

Oskar Petrovich Gryun (1874 – 1931) was a Russian Textile Designer.

Education

He studied at the Central Art Institute of A. Stiglitz, St. Petersburg, to 1897.

Biography

Between 1899-1919 and 1922-31, he worked as a textile designer in the textile combine known as Troikhgornaya Manufacture, Moscow. He participated in several Soviet exhibitions abroad.

Sources

Byars, M., & Riley, T. (2004). The design encyclopedia. Laurence King Publishing. https://amzn.to/3ElmSlL

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