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Rylov Arkady

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Rylov Arkady (1870-1939) – Russian artist, landscape writer, animal painter. He was taught by K. Krigitsky (1888-1891) and at the same time at the drawing school of Art Encouragement Society and then at the Art Academy (1894-1897)where Kuinji was his tutor. Since 1915 – he an academician of an art, since 1918 – doctor. He was the most consistent follower and developer of Kuinji’s plastic system, having created the row of bright, romantic images in painting. Rylov have been getting attached forever to the romantically high and generalizing, integral images, the lighting effects, the decorative understanding of color.

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Vasnetsov Victor. Flying Carpet. Fine art print A3
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Vasnetsov Victor. Sivka-Burka. Fine art print A3
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Vasnetsov Victor. Frog Princess. Fine art print A3
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Vasnetsov Victor. Koshchei the Immortal. Fine art print A3
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Vasnetsov Victor. Knightly galloping. Fine art print A3
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A girl with a cockatoo. Fine art postcard A6
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Tough nut. Fine art postcard A6
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Winter skating. Fine art postcard A6
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Lake in the mountains. Fine art postcard A6
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Zhukovsky Stanislav. The white house. Fine art postcard A6
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