Ukrainian illustrator from the Russian Futurism movement and known for “Dokhlaya Luna” from 1914 as well as other works. He was known as the daddy of Russian Futurism. He examined on the Royal Academy in Munich with the Moscow College of Painting. He became a member of the Jack port of Diamond jewelry group in 1910 and started concentrating on poetry after 1911. He released the reserve, “The Support from the Muses,” within the springtime of 1915. His family members was of Ukrainian Cossack ancestry. His sibling was famed musician Volodymyr (Wladimir) Burliuk. His wife Marussia was one of is own portrait versions. He respected the Impressionist paintings of Claude Monet.