Russian surrealist Pavel Tchelitchew (21 September 1898, Moscow – 31 July 1957, Rome) left Russia in 1920 and spent parts of his artistic career in Germany, France, and the United States, where he became a citizen in 1952. His first show was at the New York Museum Of Modern Art, and below is what is perhaps his most famous piece, Hide And Seek, which is still on display there.

Read a more in-depth biography of Tchelitchew here.

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