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Georges Annenkov Net Worth

Georges Annenkov Net Worth is
$200,000

Georges Annenkov Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Yury Pavlovich Annenkov (Russian: Юрий Павлович Анненков also known as Georges Annenkov); 23 July [O.S. 11 July 1889] 1889 in Petropavlovsk, Russian Empire – 12 July 1974 in Paris, France), was a Russian artist mostly known for his book illustrations and portraits. He also worked for theatre and cinema (design). A member of Mir Iskusstva. In his essay "On Synthetism" (1922), Yevgeny Zamyatin writes that "[Annenkov] has a keen awareness of the extraordinary rush and dynamism of our epoch. His sense of time is developed to the hundredth of a second. He has the knack--characteristic of Synthetism--of giving only the synthetic essence of things."Yury Annenkov was born into a well-known family (among his ancestors was Pavel Annenkov, Alexander Pushkin's publisher); his father, Pavel Annenkov was involved with revolutionary activities that led him to exile in Siberia. The Annenkovs moved back to St. Petersburg in 1892.In 1908, Annenkov entered the University of St. Petersburg and attended Savely Seidenberg's studio classes, together with Marc Chagall. Next year, 1909, he attended Jan Ciągliński's studio. In 1911-1912, Annenkov moved to Paris to work in the studios of Maurice Denis and Félix Vallotton. In 1913, Annenkov worked in Switzerland. Upon his return to St. Petersburg in 1914, Annenkov mostly contributed to magazines (Satirikon, Teatr i Iskusstvo, Otechestvo) and worked for theatres.Maxim Gorky's fairy-tale book, Samovar, published in 1917 was his first work as a book designer. His recognition as a book illustrator came in the wake of his most known work — designing Alexander Blok's poem, The Twelve, published in 1918 and gone through three printings within a year. In the next few years Annenkov designed numerous books for Petrograd authors (Mikhail Kuzmin and Aleksey Remizov, to name a few). In 1919 Annenkov designed and staged "First Distiller, or How an Imp Earned a Hunk of Bread", a comedy by Count Lev Tolstoi.Commissioned by the Bolshevik government, Annenkov together with Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, S. Maslovski and A. Kugel, designed and staged the open-air mystery "Liberated Labour Anthem" on 1 May 1920 in Petrograd. Later that year, Annenkov staged and designed another mass show, The Storming of the Winter Palace, part of the October Revolution anniversary celebrations in Palace Square, Petrograd. In 1919-1920 Annenkov made a series of abstract sculptural assemblages and collages, influenced by the Dada movement.1922 saw his book "Portraits". It contained 80 pictures of the key-figures of Russian art of the time (Gorki, Zamyatin, Remizov, Sologub, Blok, Akhmatova a.o.) made in 1906-1921. The book also included essays by Yevgeny Zamyatin and Mikhail Kuzmin. He joined the Mir Iskusstva.Annenkov left Russia in July 1924, first living in Germany and later settling in Paris.He continued to work as an artist and served as a costume designer for motion pictures. He was co-nominated with Rosine Delamare for the Academy Award for Costume Design for their work in the film The Earrings of Madame de... (1953).
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Date Of BirthJuly 23, 1889, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia
DiedJuly 12, 1974, Paris, France
Place Of BirthPetropavlosk-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka province, Russian Empire
ProfessionCostume Designer
EducationSaint Petersburg State University
ParentsPavel Annenkov
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Costume Design, Black-and-White
Star SignLeo

Costume Designer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Impossible on Saturday1965
Der Kirschgarten1959TV Movie
Darf ich mitspielen?1958TV Movie
Modigliani of Montparnasse1958
Lola Montès1955
Le due orfanelle1954
I tre ladri1954
The Contessa's Secret1954
Appassionatamente1954as Annenkov
Raspoutine1954
Flesh and the Woman1954
The Earrings of Madame de...1953
Puccini1953
Le Plaisir1952as Annenkoff
La ronde1950
Lady Paname1950
Faust and the Devil1950
Valse brillante1949
Black Magic1949as Georges Annenkoff
Addio Mimí!1949
La Chartreuse de Parme1948as Annenkoff
The Lost One1947
Rita1947
Pastoral Symphony1946as Annenkoff
Queen's Necklace1946
Patrie1946as Annenkoff
Le père Serge1945
Le bossu1944
L'éternel retour1943as Annenkoff
Pontcarral, colonel d'empire1942
Wicked Duchess1942as G. Annenkoff
Cavalcade d'amour1940as Georges Annet
Louise1939
The Shanghai Drama1938
La principessa Tarakanova1938as Annenkoff
Nostalgie1938
The Lie of Nina Petrovna1937
Nuits de feu1937
Mademoiselle Docteur1937as Georges Annet
Tarass Boulba1936
Mayerling1936as Annenkoff
La mascotte1935
Moscow Nights1934
Faust1926

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1955OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Costume Design, Black-and-WhiteMadame de... (1953)

Known for movies


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