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GOLDBLATT, JACOB SEMENOVICH:

Russian painter; born at Suwalki 1860; studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts from 1878 to 1888, gaining many prizes, among them the small gold medal for "Priam Imploring Achilles," and the large gold medal for "The Last Moments of Socrates." He graduated with the title of "class artist of the first degree in historical painting," and with a scholarship from the academy with which he completed his studies abroad. At present (1902) Goldblatt is at the head of a private school of painting and sculpture at St. Petersburg.

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