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Peredvizhniki

A. V. Paramonov

Peredvizhniki

1870-1970

by A. V. Paramonov

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Published by Izdatel"stvo Iskusstvo .
Written in English


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Statement[compiled by] A.V. Paramonov.
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Open LibraryOL19844597M

Каталог XXVIII Передвижных Худ. Выставок; Peredvizhniki RUSSIAN Art Catalog. Very rare and unique, limited edition, , illustrated catalog of the 28th exhibition of the largest artistic society of the second half of the XIX century, the Society for Travelling Art Exhibitions, also known as the Rating: % positive. Peredvizhniki painted mainly landscapes; some, like Polenov, used plein air technique. Two painters, Ivan Shishkin and Isaak Levitan, painted only landscapes of Russia. Shishkin is still considered to be the Russian "Singer of forest", while Levitan's landscapes are famous for their intense moods. The Russian landscape gained importance as a.

  Valkenier, Elizabeth Kridl. Russian realist art the state and society: the Peredvizhniki and their tradition. Ann Arbor: Ardis, Valkenier's book is a extremely thorough examination of the Wanderers and their history. It is divided into seven sections: I. The Institutional and Social Background II. Free Art and Professional Autonomy III. Peredvizhniki - Russian Realism and Repin is the second exhibition in the series Art Around in International Perspective at the Drents Museum. The Glasgow Boys - Scottish Impressionism was the first exhibition in this series ().

  The art of the Peredvizhniki has been tremendously popular in Russia since its foundation but is still little known to the public in the West. This book and accompanying exhibition presents the art of the Peredvizhniki on the largest and most comprehensive scale ever seen outside of : An itinerant is a nomad. Someone of no fixed address who spends their days journeying from place to place. In Russian culture one very particular group of 19th century itinerants consisted of a coterie of realist artists who formed a society based on freedom of movement and thought in protest at what they perceived to be the academic restrictions being imposed upon them by the ruling elite.


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