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27/12/2014

Russian painter Ivan Kramskoi




 

Master of genre, historical and portrait painting Ivan Kramskoi (1837-1887) was born in the city of Voronezh province Ostrogozhsk in a poor middle class family.
In his youth Kramskoj "tried" many professions: copyist, apprentices icon painter, watercolorist and retoucher in a traveling photographer.
In 1857, Ivan Kramskoi entered the Imperial Academy of Arts and became a pupil of Professor AT Markov.
In 1863, Ivan Kramskoi was one of the initiators of the so-called "revolt of fourteen", and later organized Artel of Artists and the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions.
The artist's work, which existed on the verge of portraiture and genre painting, had a significant influence on the development of art in Russia in the last third of the nineteenth century.

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Portrait of Sophia Nikolaevna Kramskoj (1863). Tretyakov Gallery

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Forest path (ok.1870). Tretyakov Gallery

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Hiver (1872). Tretyakov Gallery

                                

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Girl with her oblique (1873). Tretyakov Gallery

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Portrait of Leo Tolstoy (1873). Tretyakov Gallery

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Moonlit Night (1880). Tretyakov Gallery

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Portrait of a Woman (1881). State Picture Gallery-Kursk

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Farmer with a bridle. Mina Moiseev (1883). The Museum of Russian Art-Kiev

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Inconsolable Grief (1884). Tretyakov Gallery

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