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Safonovich Bogomolov-Romanovich


Student Of The Academy Of Arts. Received medals: in 1853-2 silver; in 1854-1 silver; in 1855-2 gold for scenery "From around Serdobol and St. Petersburg"; in 1857, 1 gold for landscape "Views.". In 1859-the title of the artist XIV class. Was sent by Imperial order abroad for 3 years. In 1862 the title of academician of landscape painting for the "View near the city of Kovno". (Kondakov)

Painter of the mid-nineteenth century Alexander Sofonovych Bogomolov-Romanovich was volnoprihodyaschim student of the Academy of arts. Under the leadership of S. M. Vorobiev for years of education has achieved impressive results, received in 1853 and 1854 respectively small and large silver medals. In 1855, the academics received a small gold medal for a series of landscapes "From the vicinity of Serdobol and St. Petersburg". In 1857 Bogomolov-Romanovich finishes Academy of arts, received for software landscape "View on the island of Konevets" a gold medal, the title of class artist and a foreign pensionerstvo. In 1858, the young artist was sent to three years in Europe, but the following year returned to Russia with saving a pensioner's content. All the years he lived and worked in St. Petersburg, making a trip across the country. He painted landscapes, increasing every year workmanship. In 1862 it reached the level which gives reason to claim the title of academician for the painting "In the vicinity of Kovno" Bogomolov-Romanovich was awarded this honorary title. Although the scenery remained the main direction of works of the artist he's dabbled in the other genres of painting. So, his famous portrait of I. S. Turgeneva. Unfortunately, early death did not allow A. S. Bogomolov-Romanovich to take a more important place among the local artists-landscape painters of the nineteenth century.

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