Arkhip Kuinji - Fine art prints

Arkhip Kuinji

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Kuinji Arkhip. Birch Grove. Fine art print B2
Paper Type: Silk, 300 g/m2
7.00 3-5 working days
Kuinji Arkhip. Cloud. Fine art print A3
Paper Type: Linen, 230 g/m2
3.50 Not
Kuinji Arkhip. Night on the Dnieper. Fine art print A3
Paper Type: Matte paper, 300 g/m2
3.50 3-5 working days
Kuinji Arkhip. Steppe -- Field of Grain. Fine art print B2 7.00 3-5 working days

 Arkhip Kuinji (1841-1910).
is a Russian painter. He studied painting all alone. But he might take I.K. Aivazovsky's advice. Having left for St. Petersburg in 1866 Arkhip Kuinji worked as a retoucher in a photo studio. He also attended the Academy of Applied Arts. Having made a trip to France in 1875, where Arkhip Kuinji learnt the Impressionists painting, he wished for transmitting the colours of the sky in different time of a day. In 1876 he created the picture "An Ukrainian night", in which he could transmit his seeing of a southern summer night generalizing the colour and simplifying the form by the daring that nobody saw yet. The picture was the craze in that time art.
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Canvas art print of Arkhip Kuinji's works
Arkhip Kuinji, fine art postcards

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