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Abel Pann

Alexander Aizenshtat

Alexander Ivanovich Morozov

Alexander Kiselyov (painter)

Alexander Liberman

Alexander Melamid

Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Sauerweid

Alexander Stupin

Alexei Ivanovich Belsky

Alexei Stepanov

Alexey Tarasovich Markov

Alla Goniodsky

Andrei Rublev

Andrey Ivanovich Ivanov

Andrey Matveyev (painter)

Arseny Meshchersky

Auguste-Joseph Desarnod

Berman brothers (painters)

Boris Kondrashin

Boris Orlov

Boris Smirnoff

Cosroe Dusi

Dionisius

El Lissitzky

Elena Samokysh-Sudkovskaya

Ernst Friedrich von Liphart

Ernst Lissner

Eugene Ivanov (artist)

Evgraf Fedorovich Krendovsky

Fedor Antonov

Felix Lembersky

Fyodor Petrovich Tolstoy

Gennady Ladyzhensky

Gleb Ilyin

Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia

Igor Chetvertkov

Igor Kalinauskas

Igor Samsonov

Irina Nakhova

Ivan Firsov

Ivan Ivanovich Belsky

Ivan Lubennikov

Ivan Trutnev

Iwan Jakowlewitsch Bilibin

Jack of Diamonds (artists)

Joseph Tepper

Józef Oleszkiewicz

Kirill Gorbunov

Kirill Lemokh

Konstantin Pervukhin

Kārlis Hūns

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Maxim Kantor

Michail Grobman

Mikhail Botkin

Mikhail Chapiro

Mikhail Peskov

Misha Brusilovsky

Misti Pavlov

Mykola Samokysh

Nadia Benois

Nicholas Roerich

Nicolai Fechin

Nicolas de Staël

Nikas Safronov

Nikolai Chekhov

Nikolaos Himonas

Nikolay Ivanovich Fedorov

Nikolay Makovsky

Nikolay Shustov

Oleg Tselkov

Olga Volchkova

Pavel Brullov

Pavel Filonov

Peter Fishman

Pinchus Kremegne

Prokhor of Gorodets

Pyotr Basin

Pyotr Vereshchagin

Ry Nikonova

Römer + Römer

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Salvatore Tonci

Serge Segay

Sergei Kolyada

Sergei Korovin

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Vasily Petrovich Vereshchagin

Vasily Romanenkov

Vasily Shebuyev

Vasily Sternberg

Viktor Michailovich Ladviščenko

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Trefilov

Vladimir Begma

Vladimir Dubossarsky

Vladimir Mayakovsky

Vladimir Tatlin

Vyacheslav Schwarz

Wassily Kandinsky

Wilhelm August Golicke

Woldemar Hau

Yefim Volkov

Yuri Gorbachev

Yuriy N.Yegorov

Yury Kharchenko


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Russia Beyond the Headlines
Tue, 26 Jan 2016 06:37:30 -0800

Vladimir Makovsky (26th January, 1846 – 21st February 1920) was a brilliant painter and a true master of genre art. He was born and raised in Moscow in an artistic family. His brother Konstantin Makovsky and father Egor Makovsky were also eminent ...
 
Gallerix.ru
Sun, 28 Mar 2010 00:25:15 -0700

Я тоже увидел на лице крестьянки доброту. Еще немного грусти и смирение. Не надо осуждать тех, кто этого не видит. Может быть увидят когда-нибудь... 10) 25/01/2016 Гость: А пожалуйста подскажите когда Абрам Архипов написал эту картину ...

The Moscow Times (registration)

The Moscow Times (registration)
Thu, 08 Oct 2015 10:21:59 -0700

Vladimir Filonov / MTDrawings, landscapes and theater designs, as well as comprehensive exhibition notes, help visitors see a well-known artist in an unfamiliar light. The Tretyakov Gallery has put on display over 250 works of a beloved Russian artist, ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Thu, 29 Oct 2015 11:27:04 -0700

But while the world is familiar with figures such as Akhmatova, Chekhov, Dostoevsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, Tolstoy and Turgenev, it is less familiar with the Russian painters of the time. Figures such as Repin, Mikhail Vrubel and Alexander ...
 
Russia Beyond the Headlines
Fri, 05 Jun 2015 20:46:46 -0700

Source: Press photo. The life and work of Varvara Bubnova, the 'most Japanese' of all Russian painters and the 'most Russian' of all Japanese, still stands as one of the most well-known examples of seamless fusion of Russian and Japanese cultures today.
 
The News Herald
Sat, 07 Nov 2015 11:30:00 -0800

When what you can expect to see comes to life, it is very gratifying... a whole lot of hands come in, and Russian painters take the original vision and elevate it.” He doesn't worry about how much the design will cost once it is built, especially when ...
 
San Jose Mercury News
Thu, 24 Sep 2015 12:03:35 -0700

Q I own a seascape (approximately 6-by-9 inches) allegedly done by the Russian painter Ivan Aivazovsky. His signature is in the lower right-hand corner, and the detail of the Greek inscription, "Aivazovsky's work," is on the back side. As far as I can ...

Inside Higher Ed (blog)

Inside Higher Ed (blog)
Mon, 04 Jan 2016 00:13:55 -0800

I had no familiarity with Russian painters of his time, except for Repin, who sometimes shows a Chekhovian clarity but can also be like idealized Courbet. As I flipped through slides of late nineteenth-century Russian paintings and held them to the ...
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