Vladymyrov Ivan Alekseevych, 1869 - 1947

Russian and Belarusian painter, graphic artist, aquarellist. Born in the town of Vilno, Belarus, lived and worked there and in St. Petersburg. He also had been to the Crimea and the Caucasus. He studied at Vilno Drawing School of I. Trutnyev (1888), in St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1891 - 1897) under the teaching of B. Villevalde, O. Kivshenko...

Russian and Belarusian painter, graphic artist, aquarellist. Born in the town of Vilno, Belarus, lived and worked there and in St. Petersburg. He also had been to the Crimea and the Caucasus. He studied at Vilno Drawing School of I. Trutnyev (1888), in St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1891 - 1897) under the teaching of B. Villevalde, O. Kivshenko, and F. Roubaud. In 1897, he worked in Paris in the studio of E. Detaille. He was the artist-correspondent at the fronts of the Balkan, Japanese and First World Wars. Member of the art associations, including the association of Russian sculptors (1913 - 1918), the association of Itinerant Art Exhibitions (1916 - 1918), the ArtistsХ Association n.a. A. Kuindzhi, the ArtistsХ Association of the Revolutionary Russia- Association of Russian Artists (1923 - 1929). Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1946). He is well known as a landscape painter, genre painter, master of battle and historical painting.

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