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D. Jerry McGlynn – (07/06/38 – 01/29/15) In the comfort of his much-cherished home in Sea Ranch, CA, surrounded by his closest friends, and fortified with the Holy Sacrament, Daniel Jeremiah McGlynn died at the age of 75 on January 29, 2015. Beloved brother and brother-in-law of Joseph B. McGlynn, Jr., and Helen McGlynn; favored uncle of Joseph III, Maureen (Mo), Matthew,…
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Sergei Avksentevich Kolyada | PAINTING THE HEART OF MOSCOW: A SUSTAINED VISION The artworks of Russian artist Sergei Avksentevich Kolyada are intimately tied to his love for his home town of Moscow where he was a faithful resident for the ninety years of his life. A highly accomplished portraitist, still life and landscape artist; it is his series on "Old Moscow" that has received the greatest acclaim by critics, including renowned Russian art commentator Valentina Arzarkovich and art critic Vladimir Kostin. With time, this collection will become essential as a unique and very complete witness of a faithful picture of Old Moscow already disappeared or on the verge of disappearing. Sergei was born in Moscow in 1907. Admitted as an apprentice to famous artist Nicolai Krymov's studio at the age of 18, it was a crucial meeting for Kolyada with a master of impression and light which would have an important influence on his future artistic career. His apprenticeship was followed by four years of study at the prestigious Superior Institute of Arts and Techniques (Vhutemas – Vhutein) under Shterenberg and Guerassimov, after which he joined the OST (Society of Easel Painters) for two years prior to its disbandment by the authorities. The beginning of Kolyada's career coincided with the establishment of Soviet Socialist Realism as the only authorized style of art. Prominent artists and writers joined political authorities in declaring that art and literature must depict the "reality of Revolutionary Russia." Although he was admitted into the Union of Artists and participated in many group exhibitions, he did not gain the prestige of colleagues who fulfilled the Party's plans for realistic Art. He kept his personal and artistic integrity, perhaps at the expense of lost opportunities for advancement. In 1945, a great number of his early paintings (including a number of avant-garde works) were destroyed in a fire at his parents' home. As with numerous artists of that time, Kolyada worked not only for the state in an official capacity; but also created a large body of impressive private works, including portraits, still lives and landscapes. Co-founder of the Society of Painters of the Moscow region and of the Union of Painters of Russia, after the Second World War, he participated in a few artistic missions in the "Pouchinsky-Gory" region (which inspired Pouchkine) and in the kolkhozes of the Moscow's region during the 1950's. In the 1960s, he started painting the landscapes of "his" old Moscow; a long and patient work which he willingly and passionately continued for over 30 years. Focusing on the lesser known streets and laneways, and old condemned suburbs; the subject of each work was painstakingly researched. The artist retrieved old archival records and compiled a dossier for each work detailing the "life" of the house or building he was portraying – who its residents had been, the architect, significant design features, its unique "story." His love for the landscapes of his youth would see him complete a unique collection that with time, is becoming increasingly important as a record of the Moscow that "was" – now replaced in many instances by new housing estates and mass developments, the old buildings lost forever. In his last years, one of the (then) oldest member of the Union of Artists of Russia, Kolyada travelled, painted and exhibited outside the URSS; in Australia first, then in France in Etretat, Angers, Dinard and Paris. He died in Moscow in 1996 at the age of 89. Besides a great number of group exhibitions, Kolyada's long career is marked by important solo exhibitions in the prestigious Tretiakov Gallery, the Krimsky-Val Gallery and the Glinka Museum, as well as the famous White House (Douma) for the 850th Anniversary of Moscow foundation. Some of his works have also been included in 5 different exhibitions at the Museum of Russian Art in Minneapolis in the United States. Three important Moscow Museums hold a dozen of Kolyada's works acquired when the artist was still alive: The State Tretiakov Gallery, The Moscow Historical Museum and the Lounatcharsky Museum. All his life, Sergei Kolyada never sought fame. Modest, he always maintained recognition would come at an appropriate time. The legacy of Kolyada and his unique record of "Old Moscow" are today increasingly gaining the prominence they deserve.
Oak Grove Genealogy | dedicated to the passionate pursuit of family WHO IS THE MAN IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH? A quick search for James Laramore, Sr. of Georgia on Ancestry pulls up the following image for him in several family trees. Now, I realize that it's easy to accidentally mislabel old images of ancestors. I likely have gotten some names wrongly placed myself. But I don't believe that this photo is of James Laramore, Sr. but of one of his sons instead and that the photograph was taken by his grandson. I have a copy of this image in my possession. It was inherited a number of years ago with a large collection of family photos, many of them of the Laramore family. A number of researchers are labeling it 'James H. Laramore, Sr.' Personally, I have never found proof that he had a middle initial of 'H', or anything else for that matter, so I leave the initial out. Either way, the man I refer to was born somewhere between 1789 and 1792 in Georgia or Abbeville, South Carolina. He died 22 March 1866 in Lee, Georgia. On the back of the photograph in question is the studio name, 'BROWN & LARAMORE' Photographers, Americus, Ga. The Laramore photographer should be W. P. (William Packingham/Parkingham) Laramore. This Mr. Laramore is the only member of the Caucasian Laramore family in the area listed in census records as a photographer in Americus during this era. In the 1860 census, he was only nine years old -- obviously, too young to be a photographer. By 1870, at the tender age of 19, he lists his occupation on the census as 'Photographer.' Unfortunately, the 1880 and 1890 censuses have not been located for him. By 1900, he is listed as a 'Contractor.' His death certificate lists his occupation as a farmer. William was the grandson of the James Laramore, Sr. noted above. Again, William P. Laramore was the grandson of James Laramore, Sr. As noted, James Sr. died in 1866, which means that most likely he had passed away by the time William began his photography career (unless William began his work at the age of 15; possible but a bit unlikely). My maternal grandmother was born in 1900 and directly descended from this line. Many years ago, Grandma Ray wrote on the back of my copy of this image – in her sweet penciled cursive-- that this photo was of either John Louis Laramore or Peter Laramore. John Louis and Peter Washington Laramore are two sons of James Laramore, Sr. John Louis Laramore was the father of W.P. Laramore. Looking at other photos known to be John Louis (I have several), I most believe it to be John Louis Laramore. Below is an image I own of John Louis Laramore, born circa 1824 and died 20 Nov 1882 in Lee, Georgia. A date for the photograph is not known, but I would guess that John was around 25-30 years of age here? If so, the image may have been taken around 1855. If the image above is of John Louis and taken between 1870-1880, then John Louis would have been somewhere in his 50s when the image was taken. That looks about right (though I am guessing). Following is a copy of an original carte de visite photograph I own of Peter Washington Laramore, brother of John Louis and also a son of James Laramore, Sr. Could this be the person in our original image? Having been born in 1830, it is possible; though if this photo was taken by his nephew, W.P. Laramore, then he is too old here. So who is the Brown of 'Brown & Laramore' Photographers? I don't know and would be thrilled to figure it out. At https://www.langdonroad.com/photographers-b-2, known as 'Langdon's List of 19th & Early 20th Century Photographers', one finds a multi-page directory of photographers active in the United States from 1844 to 1950. Numerous persons by the surname of Brown are listed, but none in Georgia. I have searched elsewhere, to no avail. Please contact me if you know who our mystery photog is! For the record, most of my images of the Laramore family were taken by the well-known middle-Georgia photographer from Macon, Georgia, Mr. Thomas Benton Blackshear. He also had a studio in Americus, Georgia. I vaguely remember at some point finding an image in my records that named W.P. Laramore and T.B. Blackshear both on the back, as if they had joined forces at some point. Today, I couldn't find one, so who knows.
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