Nil Gogolinsky

Born: 1844, Toropets (Tver Province)
Died: 1895, Bobyri (Smolensk Province)
Arts and Crafts

Painter, teacher. Studied at the Imperial Academy of Arts (1864–70). Awarded two minor silver medals (1868), two major silver medals (1869) and the titles of third-class artist (1870) and second-class artist (1872). Full member of the Society of Russian Watercolourists. Taught at the School of Drawing of the Society for the Encouragement of Artists (1870–95) and gave private lessons to Princess Maria Tenisheva (1892–95). Worked every summer at Talashkino (1892–95) and in the village of Khotylevo in Bryansk Province (1895) . Died in the village of Bobyri near Talashkino (1895). Contributed to the exhibitions of the Society of Russian Watercolourists (from 1885).

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