In about 1930, Somov met Boris Mikhailovich Snejkovsky (born 23 July 1910), "the twenty-year old young man who would inspire several of Somov's best later works. He would sit for straightforward portrait drawings, beautiful, mildly suggestive oil paintings, and he may have been the model for more erotic watercolors.
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Boris Mikhailovich Snejkovsky naquit né le 23 juillet 1910 à Odessa. Son père était capitaine de navire dans la flotte russe de volontaires. Au moment de la Révolution, Boris, âgé de sept ans, et sa mère ont parcouru tout le pays - d'Odessa à Vladivostok - pour rejoindre le père et son navire.
In the years 1937-1946 - artist of the Leningrad Comedy Theater. Since 1946 - actor of the Studio Theater of the film actor in Moscow. In the years 1955-1962 - actor of the Moscow Theater of Satire. Since 1962 - actor of the Moscow Drama Theater on Malaya Bronnaya. Since 1974 - actor of the Academic Theater named after Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Born Jan. 26 (Feb. 7), 1887, in St. Petersburg; died July 10, 1946, in Leningrad. Soviet stage director, actor, and teacher. People’s Artist of the RSFSR (1944). Sushkevich worked at the Moscow Art Theater and later became an actor there.
His unique versatile talent reveals individuality in which warmth, soft lyrism, and hidden irony of a smart man. Boris Mikhailovich played more than 40 roles in the V. F. Komissarzhevskaya Theater! The actor is also successful in the movies, where he played more than 60 roles. Boris Mikhailovich tried himself in directing.
1937–2002. Awards. Boris Mikhailovich Sichkin ( Ukrainian: Бори́с Миха́йлович Сі́чкін; Russian: Бори́с Миха́йлович Си́чкин; 1922–2002) was a Soviet film actor, dancer, choreographer, master conversational genre, composer.
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