Monday, December 10, 2012

Final Post

Well, folks, this is it for the Glory of Russian Painting. With this batch my Russian collection has been entirely posted. I hope you've enjoyed it. Please check out my other blogs (on the sidebar to the right). I'll be starting more painting blogs soon, so stay tuned!

 Sergei Semenovitch Egornov: Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich Watching the Fire in Moscow (1903)

 Sergei Yudin: Kishlak in Novy Margelan (1893)

 Vasiliy Yefimovich Ekgorst: Winter Landscape with Cottages (1872)

Yakov Bilit: Girls Sewing

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  2. Well, folks, this is it for the Glory of Russian Painting. With this batch my Russian collection has been entirely posted. I hope you've enjoyed it. Please check out my other blogs (on the sidebar to the right). I'll be starting more painting blogs soon, so stay tuned!
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  3. I am trying to find a painting I saw once, and maybe you can help. I think I saw it while studying 19th c. Russian art, but I have combed the internet and my slide list and can't find what I am looking for. It was a woman lounging on a carpet or bed. (There may or may not have been a man or djinn present). The painting was highly ornate and I recall that it was packed full of details such as patterns on fabric etc. I can't remember the clarity of the brushstrokes. If you have any indication of what it could be, please let me know, or refer me elsewhere if you can. I can't get this painting out of my head!

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    1. I'm sorry, Paige - this isn't much to go on ("a woman lounging on a carpet or bed"). I would look on Orientalist art sites - sounds like it could be a harem scene.

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  11. Thanks for all this beautiful paintings, most of them in realistic way.

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  12. Dear sir

    I have just discovered your amazing blog about Russian painting.

    If possible, i would like to send you by e-mail a picture from a painting. It is a portrait of a young woman. One believes it is a work by VENETSIANOV, but I have my doubts on it. Maybe you can recognize it.

    Best regards
    Peter Vanbrabant
    BELGIUM

    p.vanbrabant@telenet.be

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