4 edition of The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism found in the catalog.
October 1, 1997
by Parkstone Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Masters of Nineteenth-Century Russian Paint-ing, p. Count Lev Tolstoi (). The preeminent Russian novelist of the nineteenth ccntury, he virtually gave up fiction in the early s to propound new ethical and religious ideas in personal and private life, literature and art by: 1. Description: Ilya Repin was a leading Russian painter and sculptor who is most famous for his involvement with the Russian Itinerant movement. This book invites readers to discover the wonderful artworks of this progressive realist painter whose work would eventually define and influence social artistic movements in the future.
- Painter, graphic artist. Known as a Genre painter and portraitist. Considered the father of Russian domestic genre painting. See more ideas about Painting, Artist and Russian art pins. The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism(), by Yelena Nesterova, is a study of Russian Realist art, particularly painting, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Women in Society: Russia (), by E. M. Kotliarskaia, is a study of the social conditions of women in Russia.
I have been captivated by Russian / Soviet art since I discovered the book The Wanderers – Masters of 19th-Century Russian Painting many years ago. I love how – to me – the barriers between realism and impressionism seem to . Ukrainian-born Ilya Repin’s life spanned the turn of the 20 th century, a particularly turbulent period in Russian history. A member of the Itinerants, he is one of the most celebrated social realist painters of all time, painting the lives of poor peasants and revolutionaries in exquisite detail, eschewing the burgeoning contemporary European impressionist movement.
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This group of Russian painters, whose work is little known in the West, was the most remarkable in the history of Russian art. Founded in the midth century, the Society for Itinerant Art Exhibitions (known as Peredvizhniki in Russian) consisted of a group of realist painters who decided that the best way for their work to be seen was to hold exhibitions in the Salon style of Reviews: 3.
The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism (Schools & Movements) by Elena Nesterova. This is a book to lose oneself in. Much has been said about the `Russian soul`, but here you may well find it. A book of unexpected beauty which, along with the artists themselves, should be far better known.
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The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism: Second Half of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries (Schools & Movements) User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict In late Imperial Russia, a group of painters called the Society for Itinerant Art Exhibitions popularized their realistic paintings by exhibiting in salon-style shows that traveled.
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Elena Nesterova's profusely illustrated text, "The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism," attempts to amend the situation by revealing the varieties of Russian Realism from the late 19th.
This group of Russian painters, whose work is little known in the West, was the most remarkable in the history of Russian art.
Founded in the midth century, the Society for Itinerant Art Exhibitions (known as Peredvizhniki in Russian) consisted of a group of realist painters who decided that the best way for their work to be seen was to hold exhibitions in the 4/5(1). The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism (), by Yelena Nesterova, is a study of Russian Realist art, particularly painting, in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Realism was an art movement that began in France in the s and later spread to other nations with the most prominent equivalent movements arising in Russia and the U.S. The Realists rejected the then dominant movement of Romanticism, which focused on glorification of the past and of instead decided to portray, with uncompromising truth and.
The Itinerants: The Masters of Russian Realism by Elena Nestorova – Hardcover: pages; Parkstone Press (Dec 1, ) Reader review: I would highly recommend this book to any person who takes interest in Russian painting.
"The Itinerants" is an excelently illustrated volume that provides invaluable information on Russian art of the end if 19th century.
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Women in Society: Russia. Socialist Realism had its roots in Neoclassicism and the traditions of realism in Russian literature of the 19th century that described the life of simple people. It was exemplified by the aesthetic philosophy of Maxim Gorky, prior work of the Peredvizhniki (the Itinerants or Wanderers – a Russian realist movement of the late 19th/early 20th.
Pero in Russian means pen. Sermon in a Village by Vasily Perov () InVasily Perov received his first painting lessons, at the age of twelve, at the Alexander Stupin Art School in Arzamas. Stupin was a painter of the classicism genre, whose school was the first of its type in provincial Russia.
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This autumn's major exhibition at the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, "The Peredvizhniki - Pioneers of Russian Painting", features over works from the most remarkable period in the history of Russian art.
The Itinerants, as they are know in English, had a profound impact on the work of the artists of the Russian Realism. The Itinerants. The Masters of Russian Realism Second Half of the 19th and Early 20th Centuries by Nesterova, Yelena.
Bournemouth, UK: Parkstone Publishers. Quarto Size [approx 24cm x cm]. Very Good condition in Very Good Dustjacket. DJ protected in purpose-made plastic sleeve. A nice copy. Neat previous owners signature to front free. John Constable. Though his work arose from the Romantic movement of the late 18th and early 19 th centuries, the British landscape artist John Constable can be considered a pioneer of Naturalism.
Constable engaged in hours of near-scientific observation of the landscapes of south-east England, at different hours and seasons, and was an innovator of plein air painting. The latter two were more geographically isolated, although all three were conscious of their cultural isolation.
Each had a frontier tradition in which raw nature figured heavily. Each had a "frontier" art movement: the Australian Heidelberg School, the American Hudson River School and the Russian Itinerants.Elizabeth Kridl Valkenier (born 13 November ) is a Polish-American art historian and a specialist in nineteenth century Russian work on the Peredvizhniki, first published inwas part of a re-evaluation of their aims in breaking away from the Russian academy.