Bogolyubov Alexey Petrovych, 1824 - 1896

An outstanding landscape painter, the representative of the academic school, painter and graphic artist. Born in the village of Pomerannya, Novgorod province. The grandson of O. Radishchev. He served in the Baltic Navy. He repeatedly participated in the voyages to the Baltic, the North Sea and the Atlantic. From 1850 until 1853 he studied in St....

An outstanding landscape painter, the representative of the academic school, painter and graphic artist. Born in the village of Pomerannya, Novgorod province. The grandson of O. Radishchev. He served in the Baltic Navy. He repeatedly participated in the voyages to the Baltic, the North Sea and the Atlantic. From 1850 until 1853 he studied in St. Petersburg Academy of Arts under the guidance of M. Vorobiyov and B. Villevalde. In 1852 and 1853, he was awarded gold medals. In 1853, he was promoted to the title of the 1st degree painter and received the right for the pension travel abroad. The same year he was appointed the artist of the Naval Staff of the Russian Empire. During 1854 - 1860 as a pensioner of the Academy of Arts, he lived in Europe, studying art in France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands. In 1858, he was awarded the title of the academician. In 1860 "for the outstanding creative work and knowledge in arts» he received the title of the professor. He participated in the exhibitions of the Academy of Arts, the Society for the Promotion of Artists, the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions, Moscow Society of Art Lovers, and the Society of the exhibitions of the works of art. Exhibitor of many international exhibitions. In 1860 in St. Petersburg, he held his solo exhibition for the benefit of the widows and orphans of the artists. In 1868, he was the author of a project to open a class of landscape painting in the Academy of Arts. Since 1893 – an active member of the Academy of Arts. He was close to the imperial court; he taught painting to the Grand Duke Olexander and the future Empress Maria Fedorivna. As an artist, he often accompanied the members of the royal family in their trips across Russia and Europe. Since 1872, he lived mainly in Rome and Paris, but every year he came to Russia. I. Repin, V. Polenov, K. Savitsky, I. Kramskoy, V. Vasnetsov and other artists worked in the artist's studio, which in 1870 became the center of the colony of the Russian artists in Paris. He painted landscapes, marines, scenes from the Russian Navy. He turned to the techniques of watercolour, lithography and etching. His works are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Museum of Fine Artsand in numerous museums of Ukraine and Russia.

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