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Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky

Russian Federation (Feodossija 1817 -  Feodossija 1900 ) Wikipedia® : Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky
AIVAZOVSKY Ivan Constantinovich The Black Sea Fleet Enters The Port Of Sevastopol

Palais Dorotheum
Oct 24, 2018
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Variants on Artist's name :

Ajwazowskij Iwan Konstantinovicz

Aiwasowskij Iwan

Aiwasoffski Iwan Konstantinow.

 

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Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Street In Bakhchisarai

Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Street In Bakhchisarai

Original 1892
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Lot number: 16
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Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) Street in Bakhchisarai signed in Cyrillic, further signed and dated 'Aivazovskii/1892/Aïvasovsky' (lower right); further signed 'Aïvasovsky' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 9 ½ x 15 1/8 in. (24 x 38.5 cm.) Provenance Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 3 June 2014, lot 101.
Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - The Black Sea Fleet Enters The Port Of Sevastopol

Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - The Black Sea Fleet Enters The Port Of Sevastopol

Original 1852
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Lot number: 658
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Feodosia 1817–1900) The Black Sea Fleet enters the port of Sevastopol, signed in Cyrillic script, dated 1852, on the reverse exhibition labels Sotheby\’s 2012, Istanbul 2001, oil on panel, 17.7x25cm, framed, (Rei) Catalogued and illustrated in: Gianni Caffiero, Ivan Samarine, Seas, Cities and Dreams. The paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky, London 2000, p. 258, no. 190. Gianni Caffiero, Ivan Samarine, Light, Water and Sky. The paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky, London 2012, p. 275, CS 1852–003. The present painting has been included in the catalogue raisonné edited by Gianni Caffiero and Ivan Samarine. Иван Константинович Айвазовский (Феодосия, 1817 – 1900) Черноморский флот входит в Севастопольскую бухту Подпись и дата слева внизу: И. Айвазовскiй 1852 Дерево, масло. 17,7 x 25 см. Рама На обороте выставочные этикетки Стамбул 2001 и Sotheby\‘s 2012 Картина каталогизирована и воспроизведена в изданиях: Gianni Caffiero, Ivan Samarine, Seas, Cities and Dreams. The paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky, London 2000, S. 258, Nr. 190; Джанни Каффьеро, Иван Самарин. Неизвестный Айвазовский. Москва, Slovo, 2016, CS-1852-003 (= номер списка произведений Айвазовского, составленного Каффьеро и Самариным) Картина включена Д. Кaффьеро и И. Самариным в каталог п Specialist: Mag. Dimitra Reimüller
Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Ukrainian Landscape At Night

Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Ukrainian Landscape At Night

Original 1870
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Lot number: 99
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Description: AIVAZOVSKY, IVAN Ukrainian Landscape at Night signed and dated 1870 . Oil on canvas 75 by 92.5 cm . Provenance: A gift from the Soviet government to Akhmed Mukhtar, Ambassador of Turkey to the USSR, 1920s. Thence by descent. Russian Day Sale. Paintings, Sotheby\’s London, 12 June 2007, lot 37. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. Private collection, UK. Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov. Literature: G. Caffiero, I. Samarine, Water and Sky. The Paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky, London, Alexandria Press, 2012, p. 159, pl. 83, illustrated; p. 294, No. CS-1870-009, illustrated and listed. Ukrainian landscapes, at night, at dawn or sunset, were painted by Aivazovsky throughout his life. Even during his student days at the Imperial Academy of Arts under Maxim Vorobiev, the young artist had become interested in finding artistic ways of conveying the complex effects of light in a nocturnal landscape. This is already apparent in his 1837 painting By the Lighthouse, which enabled him to graduate two years earlier from the Academy, and take a two-year research trip to Crimea, followed by a six year trip abroad. The present work Ukrainian Landscape at Night was painted during Aivazovsky\’s mature period, when his artistic vision was fully formed, primarily under the influence of European art — in particular Italian, French and Dutch painting — and when the master had received international recognition at exhibitions in Rome, Paris, London and Amsterdam. The painting offered here for auction not only captivates the viewer with the artist\’s masterful rendition of light and shade on the animal and human figures, in the flecks of moonlight on the river surface and drops of water trickling from the oars; but it also reflects his deep love of the nature of his native land. In comparison to his turbulent seascapes, these lyrical scenes of everyday life, conveying the tranquility of warm Ukrainian nights, show Aivazovsky\’s unrivalled talent in representing the most diverse impressions and images. It comes as no surprise that the master\’s Ukrainian landscapes, alongside his seascapes, hold pride of place in the most distinguished European collections and museums. Ukrainian Landscape at Night, in addition to its artistic merits, also boasts an impressive provenance: in the 1920s, it was gifted by the Soviet government to Akhmed Mukhtar, the Ambassador of Turkey to the USSR.
Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Stormy Seas

Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Stormy Seas

Original 1900
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Lot number: 16
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Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) Stormy seas signed with initial 'A' (lower right); further signed in Cyrillic and dated 'Aivazovskiy/1900' (on the reverse) oil on panel 8 x 10 ¾ in. (20.4 x 27.1 cm.) together with a letter signed by Vasilii Burtsev and dated 21 October 1929, Terijoki Provenance with Avantso antique shop, 9 Bolshaia Morskaia street, St Petersburg. Acquired from the above by Vasilii Evgen'evich Burtsev in 1902 (corroborated in Burtsev's letter dated 21 October 1929). Acquired by the grandparents of the present owner in Helsinki circa 1930.
Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Ship At Sea

Ivan Constantinovich Aivazovsky - Ship At Sea

Original 1895
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Lot number: 1986087
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Ivan Aivazovsky (Russian, 1817-1900) Ship at Sea. Oil on canvas, signed with the monogram lower right and signed in Cyrillic with the date 1895 en verso; also bearing a Russian exhibition label en verso 20" x 27" Frame: 26.25" x 33.25" , There are possibly thin retouches in the sky, not very visible under blacklight. There is an oval retouched area above the ship, but it was not a tear. There is nothing visible on verso. There are fine cracks in the sky and water, mostly in the dark blue areas.
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