Makarov Evgeniy Kyrylovych, 1842 - 1884

A Russian painter. Born in Dushet, Tiflis province. From 1860 till 1871 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the class of historical painting of F. Bruni. During his studying he received three silver medals, a small (1869) and a large gold medals (1871). In 1872 "for excellent success in painting" he was awarded the title of the 1st ...

A Russian painter. Born in Dushet, Tiflis province. From 1860 till 1871 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts in the class of historical painting of F. Bruni. During his studying he received three silver medals, a small (1869) and a large gold medals (1871). In 1872 "for excellent success in painting" he was awarded the title of the 1st degree class artist and pension trip abroad (1872 - 1874). In 1872 he accompanied the Grand Duke Mykola Mykolayevich Senior in his journey to Turkey and Palestine. He lived in St. Petersburg. He repeatedly traveled to Chernihiv province. In the late 1860s - early 1870s he was a member of a friendly circle, which included V. Vasnetsov, A. Kuindzhi, I. Repin. In 1870 together with I. Repin and F. Vasylyev he traveled down the Volga. In 1877 he was in the theater of war operations during the Russian-Turkish war, together with V. Vereschagin he entered into a suite of Olexander II. He worked on the imperial familyХs order. He participated in the exhibitions of the Academy of Arts (1869 - 1874), of the Society of the exhibitions of the works of art (1880 - 1881), the Society for the Promotion of Artists (1882 - 1883). He was a teacher at the drawing school of the Society for the Promotion of Artists (1881 - 1884). In 1883 he made a trip to Paris. He painted portraits, landscapes, biblical scenes, genre and battle scenes. He painted on ceramic. His pictures are stored in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, in the Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts, etc.

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