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Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski

Russian Federation (1869 -  1924 ) Wikipedia® : Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski
MAKOVSKI Aleksandr Vladimir. Study For A Portrait Of Emperor Nicholas Ii

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Jun 6, 2011
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Variants on Artist's name :

Makowskij Alexander Wladimir.

Makovsky Aleksander Vladimir.

Makovski Aleksandr Vladimirovich

 

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Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Two Peasant Girls

Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Two Peasant Girls

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Description: *MAKOVSKY, VLADIMIR (1846-1920) Two Peasant Girls, signed and indistinctly dated 1877. Oil on canvas, 29 by 19 cm . Provenance: Important Russian Pictures Including The Somov Collection, Christie\’s London, 28 November 2007, lot 206. Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov. Authenticity has also been confirmed by the expert N. Ignatova. Exhibited: Possibly, 5-ia Peredvizhnaia khudozhestvennaia vystavka, St Petersburg, Odessa, Kropyvnytskyi (Elisavetgrad), Kharkov, Kursk, Kiev, Moscow, 1876–1877, No. 42. Literature: Possibly, G. Romanov, Tovarishchestvo peredvizhnykh khudozhestvennykh vystavok. 1871–1923. Entsiklopediia, St Petersburg, Sankt-Peterburg Orkestr, 2003, p. 29, No. 5–42, listed as Etiud baby s devochkoi.
Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Outside The Church

Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Outside The Church

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Alexander Wladimirowitsch Makowski
(Russia 1869–1924)Outside the Church, signed in Cyrillic script, dated AlexanderMakowski 1922, oil on board, 22.5 x 32 cm, framed, (Rei)
We are grateful to Dr. Olga Sugrobova-Roth forher assistance in cataloguing this work.
Александр Владимирович Маковский
(Москва, 1869 – 1924, Ленинград)Перед Крестным ходомХолст, масло. Справа внизу подпись и дата: Александр Маковский1922. РамаС большой долей вероятности можно предположить, что настояшаякартина возникла в процессе работы А. Маковского над композицией«Крестный ход на Флора и Лавра» (1921 – 1923, ныне – Музей историирелигии, С.-Петербург)
Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Market Day In Pylos

Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Market Day In Pylos

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Aleksander Makovsky (Russian, 1860-1924)

Makovsky was born in Moscow, the son of well-known painter Vladimir Makovsky. He was a graduate of the Moscow School of Painting Sculpture and Architecture in 1880, he continued his training at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg in 1894 where he studied under Ilya Repin. Well known for his portraits of notable aristocrats as well as members of the Royal family, Makovsky\’\’\’\’s depictions of country life are among his most beloved works. His curiosity led him to travel extensively into distant towns and villages where rural traditions remained strong. His style is characterized by quick and deft brushstrokes that, combined with his bright palette of colors, enhance his compositions with a painterly luminosity and technical brilliance.
Market Day in Pylos
from 1919 features a group of villagers in the summer, selling their wares to soldiers, church spires rising in the distance.

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Not lined. The surface is stable and has good impasto. Under the UV light, there is a light wash to the sky. Otherwise in fine condition.

Aleksander Makovsky, Market Day in Pylos, 1919
Oil on canvas
Continental Europe, 1919
Signed and dated in Cyrillic 'Aleksandre Makovsky 1919' lower left
Dimensions: 12 3/4 x 15 in.; 32.4 x 38.1 cm.
Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Evening In Rostov

Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Evening In Rostov

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MAKOVSKY, ALEXANDER
1869-1924
Evening in Rostov
, signed, inscribed in Cyrillic "Rostov Velikiy" and indistinctly dated 19.., further titled in Cyrillic and numbered "N6" on the reverse.
Oil on canvasboard, 38.5 by 57.5 cm.
Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov.
Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Study For A Portrait Of Emperor Nicholas Ii

Aleksandr Vladimir. Makovski - Study For A Portrait Of Emperor Nicholas Ii

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Alexander Makovsky (1869-1924) Study for a portrait of Emperor Nicholas II, Chief of the GuardHussar Regiment oil on canvas 18¾ x 24¾ in. (47.5 x 62.9 cm.) Painted circa 1908
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Emperor Nicholas II (1868-1918). Gift from the above to Major-General Vladimir Voeikov (1868-1947),Commander of the Guard Hussar Regiment between 1907-1913. By bequest to Vladimir Volkov (1909-2000).
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Alexander Makovsky's finished official portrait of EmperorNicholas II, for which the present oil is a study, was commissionedfor the headquarters of His Majesty's Hussar Regiment of the Guardsin Tsarskoe Selo and completed in 1908. It is now held in thecollection of the Tsarskoe Selo museum. The oil study was paintedfor the consideration of the Emperor and then remained at theAlexander Palace in Tsarskoe Selo.
Major-General Vladimir Nikolaevich Voeikov, Commander of the GuardHussar Regiment between the years 1907-1913, received the study asa gift from the Emperor, Chief of the Regiment. In fact, as therecipient himself acknowledged, Major-General Voeikov askedNicholas II whether he could possibly have the study. The Emperoragreed. The study then hung in Voeikov's office until 1913.Furthermore, the Emperor informed Voeikov that he was notaltogether satisfied with the colours of the study (in particularwith the colour of his beard). Makovsky made the minor changesrequested by the Emperor for the finished composition.
General Voeikov was, through his important post, in frequentcontact with the Emperor and was held in high regard by him.Voeikov's marriage to Baroness Eugenie Freedericksz, daughter ofthe minister of the Imperial Court, Count Vladimir Freedericksz,brought the Voeikovs even closer to the Imperial family. Severalpersonal gifts, a wedding icon and an icon presented by the Emperorand Empress during a personal visit to the home of the Voeikovs,bear witness to this fact.
As a result of Baroness Eugenie Freedericksz's Finnish ancestry(her family were technically Finnish subjects as recipients of thetitle of Baron within the Finnish House of Nobility), the Voeikovswere able to leave Russia legally at the time of the Revolution.Furthermore, they also had the right to bring with them householdgoods, personal belongings and their book collection. A good numberof the personal belongings of both families were thus saved. Theylived for a number of years in Terijoki, Finland, before moving toHelsinki to join the Baroness's father, Count Freedericksz, and hersister, Countess Emma Freedericksz. In the 1940s, as the risk ofSoviet occupation of Finland grew, the Voeikovs and CountessFreedericksz moved to Sweden (the aged Count Vladimir Freederickszhaving died in 1927).
In Sweden, the legal and financial affairs of the family werehandled by, among others, Vladimir Volkov, son of Vladimir Volkovand Varvara Petrovna, neé Countess Heiden. Known to be trustworthyand from a well-known Russian family, Volkov was given the task ofdrawing up the testaments of many Russians in emigration, includingthose of the Freedericksz' sisters and General Voeikov.Major-General Voeikov bequeathed the Makovsky study of the Emperorto Volkov on his death.
We are grateful to Dr Ulla Tillander-Godenhielm for providing thisnote.
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