David Burliuk

| birth_place = Riabushky, near Lebedyn, Russian Empire (now Sumy Oblast, Ukraine | death_date = | death_place = Southampton, New York, US | language = Russian | education = Odesa Art School, Kazan Art School }}

David Davidovich Burliuk (Дави́д Дави́дович Бурлю́к; 21 July 1882 – 15 January 1967) was a Ukrainian poet, artist and publicist associated with the Futurist and Neo-Primitivist movements. Burliuk has been described as "the father of Russian Futurism." Provided by Wikipedia

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1932
Izd. Marii Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1930
Izd. Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1927
Izdatelʹ Marija Nikiforovna Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1932
Izd-vo Marii N. Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1913
[s.n]

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1927
Izd. Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1925
Izd. Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1928
Izd-vo Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1912
G.L. Kuzʹmin

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1914
Zhuravlʹ

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1913
Izd. G.L. Kuzʹmina i S.D. Dolinskago

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1929
Izdanie Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1930
M.N. Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1916
Izd-vo K

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1926
Izdanie Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1928
Izd. Marii Nikiforovny Burljuk

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1915
[Studija D. Burljuk i S. Vermelʹ]

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by Burljuk, David
Published 1914
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by Burljuk, David
Published 1914
Gileja