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ACADEMIC REALISM (45 paintings @page - 2)

Vladimir Borovikovsky was born on 24 Jul 1757 in the small Ukrainian town of Mirgorod. His father, Luka Borovik, belonged to the local Cossack Sergeant, owned a house and two small plots of land. Following the tradition, four of his sons served in Mirgorod regiment, but Vladimir to the rank of Lieutenant he retired and devoted himself to painting.

Dad, who wrote the icons for rural churches, taught icon painting to children and the dynasty was famous for porcini in a local art cooperative. In the Kiev Museum of Ukrainian art and the Russian Museum of icons painted by the young painter.
in Addition to the icons, he wrote and portraits, in the spirit of the semi-naive painting, which was widespread in Ukraine.

Case helped him part with a deaf province.
the Fate of Vladimir lukić radically changed two allegorical paintings to decorate the Kremenchug Palace, one of" путевых palaces", erected in the path of Catherine II in the Crimea.

this work attracted his friend, the poet Vladimir Kapnist (who was exiled for daring work from St. Petersburg in his native Ukraine), as the Marshal of nobility of the Kiev province formed projects" потемкинских villages" for ceremonial meetings of Catherine II.

Paintings like the Empress and flattered her vanity. One of them was a picture of Peter I in the form of a husbandman, and Catherine II, were seeded field, and the other — Empress in the guise of Minerva surrounded by the sages of Ancient Greece.
Royal praise opened the Boletus road in Petersburg.

Who-то from the Suite of the Empress paid attention to these paintings and their author. Most likely, it was N..Lviv (architect, musician, poet and artist), because in September 1788 Borovikovsky was in St. Petersburg (where he changed his name to Borovikovsky), and it is in the home city.

the Academy of fine Arts 30-летний painter to do could not and therefore received private lessons from his illustrious compatriot D. G. Levitsky and 1772 — have well-known Austrian painter, who worked at the court of Catherine II, I. B. Lampi, and copied the best samples of European painting and the work of their mentors.

This he was enough to to master professional skills.

for About 4 Dec 1794 Lampi asked the Council of the Academy of fine Arts a letter in which he asked to award the pupil V. L. Borovikovskiy the title of academician. Obviously, he was presented the “Portrait of Catherine II on a walk”. This request shows the appreciation of the talents of a Russian student, which gives him the artist-иностранец. After his four-year stay in the Northern capital Lampi gave Borovikovsky his workshop that speaks about good relation of teacher to student.

From his teachers he learned a brilliant technique, ease of writing, compositional skills and the ability to flatter the person being portrayed. In the circle of the famous architect, poet and musician N..The city, in whose house he lived for ten years, Borovikovsky was among the prominent figures of art of Russia, the ideas of symbolism. A new trend was in tune with a quiet, elegiac mood artist, simple way of life is not affected neither fame nor money. Vladimir Lukich was fully absorbed in the art, and his skill was highly appreciated by our customers.



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