(Anisimov Julian. Zemlyanoe.Tretya kniga stihov (Russian e...)
Anisimov Julian. Zemlyanoe.Tretya kniga stihov (Russian edition)
Julian Pavlovich was homeschooled and after graduated from 6th grade of the Moscow Gymnasium. In 1907 went to Paris and Italy with his father's money and attended classes at Sorbonne. He also took art lessons from Henri Matisse.
Under the influence of his wife, Julian Pavlovich got into anthroposophy and translated treatise of Jakob Böhme. He wrote a book called "The Wind" but it wasn't published. In 1912 wrote his first poetry "My poetry, tender guests...". In 1913 wrote his first book "Abode" and in 1930 wrote autobiographical story "Protection orders".
(Anisimov Julian. Zemlyanoe.Tretya kniga stihov (Russian e...)1926
Julian Pavlovich was baptised in Jelochov Bogoyavlensk Cathedral.
Julian Pavlovich supported the ideas of the Social Revolutionaries and was even arrested in 1907, 1910 and 1911.
Quotes from others about the person
Boris Leonidovich Pasternak: "Anisimov embodied poetry to an extent that created an allure of amateurism and that made it difficult to be a strong and creative person."
In 1911 Julian Pavlovich married Vera Oskarovna Stanevich.