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Ivan Aivazovsky
Ivan
 Aivazovsky
Russia 1817−1900
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Aivazovsky that you have never seen in the book "the Unknown Rockwell", published on the 200th anniversary of the artist
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In publishing the SLOVO year he published a book Gianni Cafiero and Ivan Samarin "Unknown Aivazovsky". The publication was prepared with the participation of the auction house Sotheby's and is dedicated to the upcoming bicentennial of Ivan Aivazovsky and a Grand exhibition of his paintings in the Tretyakov gallery on the Crimean Shaft. The authors – top experts on the work of the great marine painter. The difference of this book from other biographical books about Aivazovsky in the first place that the life of an artist considered in the context of the era. But in this case – almost a century. After all, the hero of the story "born in the age of Napoleon, David and Beethoven, and died in…
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Grandchildren Aivazovsky, who became artists, their paintings and fate
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Ivan Aivazovsky and Julia Graves, his first wife, had four daughters. None of them chose painting as her paths. Other children Aivazovsky no. And he, of course, I wanted someone to give her name (and he even did something about it for this, staying within the bounds of fidelity to his wife, for the second at the time), wanted to teach her, the mother of painting, to convey to him the secrets of mastery. Had to rely on grandchildren, and the calculation is justified. Pictured above: Ivan Aivazovsky with his grandchildren and sons-in-law. From left to right: Konstantin Artseulov with small Bones Artseulov on hand, Ivan Aivazovsky, Mikhail latri. Behind Alexander Latry. Extreme right -…
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Aivazovsky and sausages, Van Gogh and geranium, Klein and gold bars… ARTHIVE flashes back to some artists’ professional fees that were too curious and offbeat even by standards of such a bizarre, unpredictable, and hardly explicable phenomenon as the art market.

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Storms, eruptions, hurricanes, and tornadoes brought big moments to many artists. We picked ten canvases to prove this to you.

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Artworks by the artist
total 847 artworks · 1 offered for sale
Ivan Aivazovsky. The black sea
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The black sea
1881, 149×208 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Chesme battle in the night from 25 to 26 June 1770
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Chesme battle in the night from 25 to 26 June 1770
1848, 220×188 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Among the waves
65
Among the waves
1898, 284×429 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Kerch
31
Kerch
1839, 51×71 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Ice mountains in Antarctica
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Ice mountains in Antarctica
1870, 110.5×130 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Rainbow
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Rainbow
1873, 102×132 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. Shipwreck
32
Shipwreck
1876, 136×170 cm
Ivan Aivazovsky. The Pushkin farewell to the sea (in collaboration with Ilya Repin)
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The Pushkin farewell to the sea (in collaboration with Ilya Repin)
1877
Ivan Aivazovsky. The ninth wave
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The ninth wave
1850, 221×332 cm
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