Ippolit Danilovich Majkovsky
(1885 Romny, Poltava governorate – 1963, Enyo commune near Liege, Belgium).
Landscape painter. He graduated from the Kiev Art School (1910); Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Teachers: A. Arkhipov, K. Korovin, L. Pasternak.
He preferred seascapes (islands, bays, cliffs, coastal buildings) and landscapes (fishing villages on the Adriatic coast), portraits and still life. He worked as an artist in theatres in Moscow and Kiev.
He taught drawing in high schools.
He took part in many collective exhibitions from the 1920s.
Majkovsky’s solo exhibitions were held in Split (Croatia, 1922, 1927, 1930, 1937), Saraevo (1930), Belgrade (1934,1936), Zagreb (1935, 1938-1939), Ljubljana (1935, 1937, 1940).
Some of his paintings are currently kept in the Gallery of Arts in Saraevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.