Ivan Vladimirov

Born: 1869/70, Vilna (Lithuania)
Died: 1947, Leningrad

Painter, graphic artist. Born in the family of Alexei Vladimirov and his British artist wife in Vilna (now Vilnius) in Lithuania (1869/70). Studied under Bogdan Gottfried Willewalde and Franz Roubaud at the Imperial Academy of Arts (1891–97) and in Édouard Detaille’s studio in Paris (1897). Full member of the Fellowship of Artists and the Imperial Society of Russian Watercolourists. Painted battle and genre scenes and history and revolutionary pictures. Honoured Artist of the RSFSR (1946). Died in Leningrad (1947). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1893). Contributed to the exhibitions of the Imperial Academy of Arts (1893–97, 1898–1918), St Petersburg Society of Artists (1895, 1896), Exhibition of Three Pictures in St Petersburg (1896), Blanc et noir (1903), Fellowship of Artists (1904, 1906–10, 1912, 1916), Imperial Society of Russian Watercolourists (1913–18), Society of Travelling Art Exhibitions (1916, 1918), I State Free Exhibition of Works of Art (1919), Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia (1923–29), Arkhip Kuinji Society (1926, 1927), Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St Louis (1904, silver medal) and Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne in Paris (1937).

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