Pavil Ilya Anatolyevich (1873, Odessa, Russia – 1948, Rabat, Morocco).
Painter, graphic artist. Russian émigré artist, representative of The Parisian School
After leaving Russia in 1892, Pavil settled in Paris where he studied at the studios of Adolphe-William Bouguereau and Eduard Detaille. His favourite subjects were street life scenes and views of Paris which he created in the impressionistic manner. Pavil became a constant exponent of the French Artists’ Salon (since 1905), The Autumn Salon as well as of The Independent Salon (since 1906). His personal exhibitions were organized in several Parisian galleries: Petit, Bernheim, Charpentier etc. The government of France awarded him with the National Order of the Legion of Honor for his creative achievements.
Ilya Pavil’s works are displayed in the collection of The National Museum of Modern Art in Paris, in other museum and private collections.
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