In 1872−1876, he studied in Vilnius gymnasium, then at the Moscow school of painting, sculpture and architecture. From 1885 she lived in St Petersburg and took private lessons from Ilya Repin.
Having become acquainted with the Wanderers exhibited at their exhibitions realistic portraits. Famous works of this period — «Jew» (1886), «Litwin», «the standard-Bearer of the Izmailovsky regiment» (both from 1892).
In 1896 moved to Munich. Here in 1909 he organized the new Association of artists — the first group of avant-garde, which was also included Wassily Kandinsky, Alexei Jawlensky, Gabriele Munter, the Austrian Alfred Kubin and others. The band later broke up and one part was United with the «Blue rider», which belonged to the German expressionist albert Mack, Frank Marc, Paul Klee. The first world war forced Marian Verevkina to move to Switzerland. She settled in Ascona. Soon with local artists organized a group of «Big dipper».
Participated in numerous exhibitions: 1908 gallery «Secession» in Berlin, 1909 and 1910 — the first and the second exhibition of the New Association of artists in Munich, 1911 — gallery «Cassirer» in Berlin, 1912 — organized the «Blue rider» exhibition in the gallery «Sturm» in Berlin, 1913 — autumn salon in Berlin, 1916 — gallery «Corray» in Zurich, 1919 — in art salon «Wolfsberg» in Zurich, 1920 — biennial in Venice, 1925 — the exhibition «the Big dipper» in the gallery of Nierendorf in Berlin, 1938, in Zurich and Berne Kunsthause Kunsthalle — personal exhibition.
Participated in the spring exhibition of the Vilnius art society (VDD) in 1914, sent from Munich 10 untitled works in tempera, in 1914−1915 organized an exhibition in Vilnius together with B. Zuckerman and A. Jawlensky.
The paintings of Marianne Verevkina kept in the Museum of modernism in Ascona, in the museums of Germany and Switzerland, and in private collections.