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Paul Andréevitch Mansouroff or Pavel Mansurov (Павел Мансуров) (1896 in Saint-Petersburg – 2 February 1983 in Nice, France) was an understated painter of the Russian avant-garde movement of the 1920s. Mansouroff's contribution to the avant-garde in Russia was a wholly non-objective art that used elongated vertical surfaces to explore questions of space and spatial correlations.

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