Alexander
Ivanovich the Navigator

Russia • 1869−1945

Studied in the Petersburg Academy of arts under A. I. Kuindzhi (1890-1895), in 1898, returned from popular Munich school Aschbe. After a brief stay in Warsaw and Munich Navigator in 1900 settled in St. Petersburg, he exhibited his full of light, full of poetry landscapes of Russia, Poland and Italy at the Spring exhibitions in 1903 with a group of like-minded people founded a New society of artists. In 1900-ies began his teaching career Navigator, which brought him fame in Russia and Poland.

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