Klodt Mikhail Petrovich, 1835 – 1914

Russian painter, watercolourist, draftsman. Born in St. Petersburg. P .K. Klodt's son and the cousin of N. K. Klodt. Studied under the guidance of O. Agina (1848 - 1851). He studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (from 1852). He worked in France (1857 - 1860) and Germany (1862 - 1865). Exhibitions participant since 1855 (Academy of Arts, ...

Russian painter, watercolourist, draftsman. Born in St. Petersburg. P .K. Klodt's son and the cousin of N. K. Klodt. Studied under the guidance of O. Agina (1848 - 1851). He studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (from 1852). He worked in France (1857 - 1860) and Germany (1862 - 1865). Exhibitions participant since 1855 (Academy of Arts, Peredvizhniki, Society Russian Watercolorists etc.). The works were exhibited at the World Exhibitions in London (1862, 1872), Paris (1878), Antwerp (1885) and others. He taught at the Art School of the Society for the Encouragement of Artists in St. Petersburg (1865 - 1867 and 1875 - 1913). Academician since 1867. Founding member of Peredvizhniki (1871). Full member of the Academy of Arts 1895. In 1895 - 1914 he worked as a restorer at the Hermitage. He was an illustrator of the works of Russian and foreign writers (Gogol, Lermontov, Dostoyevsky, H.-Ch. Andersen, Ch. Dickens and others). He worked for the magazines "Vsemirnaya Illyustratsiya", "Niva", "Pchela", "Sever". The works are kept in the State Tretyakov Gallery, State Russian Museum, many Art Museums of Russia and former Soviet republics.

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