Las ˇleos de todo Konstantin Makovsky


ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
74283  
Konstantin Makovsky, A young boyarina
 
 A young boyarina   Oil on panel 41 X 27 cm (16.14 X 10.63 in) cjr
75689  
Konstantin Makovsky, A young boyarina
 
 A young boyarina   Medium Oil on panel Dimensions 41 ?? 27 cm (16.1 ?? 10.6 in) cyf
59689  
Konstantin Makovsky, Agents of the False Dmitry kill the son of Boris Godunov
 
 Agents of the False Dmitry kill the son of Boris Godunov   Agents of the False Dmitry kill the son of Boris Godunov, 1862
59696  
Konstantin Makovsky, Alexander
 
 Alexander   Alexander II, 1881
59697  
Konstantin Makovsky, Boyar wedding feast
 
 Boyar wedding feast   Boyar's wedding feast, 1883
75332  
Konstantin Makovsky, Boyarina
 
 Boyarina   Date 1885(1885) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 37 X 26.25 in (93.98 X 66.68 cm) cyf
59694  
Konstantin Makovsky, Boyaryshnya
 
 Boyaryshnya   Boyaryshnya
59688  
Konstantin Makovsky, Charon transfers the souls of deads over the Stix river
 
 Charon transfers the souls of deads over the Stix river   Charon transfers the souls of deads over the Stix river, 1861
59687  
Konstantin Makovsky, Children of the Artist,
 
 Children of the Artist,   Children of the Artist, 1882
83041  
Konstantin Makovsky, Golovka portret U Makovskoy
 
 Golovka portret U Makovskoy   Date late 1890s cyf
74284  
Konstantin Makovsky, Ophelia
 
 Ophelia   Oil on canvas 221 X 136 cm (87.01 X 53.54 in) cjr
75690  
Konstantin Makovsky, Ophelia
 
 Ophelia   Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 221 ?? 136 cm (87 ?? 53.5 in) cyf
59692  
Konstantin Makovsky, Portrait of Countess Maria Mikhailovna Volkonskaya
 
 Portrait of Countess Maria Mikhailovna Volkonskaya   Portrait of Countess Maria Mikhailovna Volkonskaya
84398  
Konstantin Makovsky, Portrait of Countess Maria Mikhailovna Volkonskaya
 
 Portrait of Countess Maria Mikhailovna Volkonskaya   1905(1905) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 177 x 137 cm (69.7 x 53.9 in) cyf
80347  
Konstantin Makovsky, Portrait of Countess Yekaterina Pavlovna Sheremeteva
 
 Portrait of Countess Yekaterina Pavlovna Sheremeteva   1877(1877) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 105 x 83 cm (41.3 x 32.7 in) cjr
59691  
Konstantin Makovsky, Portrait of Empress Maria Feodorovna
 
 Portrait of Empress Maria Feodorovna   Portrait of Empress Maria Feodorovna
95445  
Konstantin Makovsky, Portrait of Maria Fyodorovna
 
 Portrait of Maria Fyodorovna   19th century Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 80 x 63 cm cyf
89914  
Konstantin Makovsky, Satyr and Nymph
 
 Satyr and Nymph   1863(1863) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions ? x ? cm cyf
59700  
Konstantin Makovsky, Tamara and Demon
 
 Tamara and Demon   Tamara and Demon, 1889
84857  
Konstantin Makovsky, The Bride-show of tsar Alexey Michailovich
 
 The Bride-show of tsar Alexey Michailovich   Date 1887(1887) Medium Oil on canvas cjr
88706  
Konstantin Makovsky, The Bride-show of tsar Alexey Michailovich
 
 The Bride-show of tsar Alexey Michailovich   1887(1887) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
59702  
Konstantin Makovsky, The Bulgarian martyresses
 
 The Bulgarian martyresses   The Bulgarian martyresses, 1877
59701  
Konstantin Makovsky, The kissing custom
 
 The kissing custom   The kissing custom
59699  
Konstantin Makovsky, The Russian Bride Attire
 
 The Russian Bride Attire   The Russian Bride's Attire, 1889
59695  
Konstantin Makovsky, Volkov family
 
 Volkov family   Volkov's family

Konstantin Makovsky
1839 September 17 [O.S. September 30] 1915) was an influential Russian painter, affiliated with the "Peredvizhniki (Wanderers)". Many of his historical paintings, such as The Russian Bride's Attire (1889), showed an idealized view of Russian life of prior centuries. He is often considered a representative of a Salon art. Konstantin was born in Moscow as the older son of a Russian art figure and amateur painter, Yegor Ivanovich Makovsky. Yegor Makovsky was the founder of Natural class, the art school that later became as the famous Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. Among the friends of the family were Karl Briullov and Vasily Tropinin. All children of Yegor became notable painters (see Makovsky). Later Konstantin wrote For what I became I think I should thank not the Academy or Professors but only my father. In 1851 Konstantin entered the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture where he became the top student, easily getting all the available awards.



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