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ANDREI EFIMOVICH MARTYNOV. 1768-1826

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Kirgiz with a Falcon. 1806–1808. Water color, Indian ink, quill and lacquer on paper. 52,7 х 36,5
22 september 2014—3 november 2014
The exhibition presents about a hundred works by Andrei Martynov - prominent Russian painter, drawer, aquarellist and engraver of late XVIII - early XIX centuries. Martynov is known mainly for his landscapes, and his artistic evolution in this genre will be presented by examples of both painterly and graphic works from The State Russian Museum, State Hermitage and private collection. The exhibition also provides a unique opportunity to get acquainted with Martynov's album of drawings "Mongolian Types" from the collection of A. Egorov, created during the journey of the Russian embassy to China in 1805-1806. This album was little known before and will be exhibited for the first time. The exhibition also includes Martynov's works from the "Views of St. Petersburg and its outskirts" series and images of Moscow and the other towns of Russia.

Landscape with a Hunters. 1822. Water color, Indian ink, quill and lacquer on cardboard. 27,6 х 35,4. A View on Dacha of D.Naryshkin from the Side of Krestovsky Island. 1813. Water color, Indian ink, quill and lacquer on paper. 47,1 х 67,8 Peasant Women (Types of People of Russia and Mongolia. From the Trip with the Russian Embassy to China). St.Petersburg, 1808. Soft colored lacquer on paper. 37,7 х 29,7 A View of St. Michael’s Castle in St. Petersburg. 1815. Oil on canvas. 66 х 81.5 A View of Makariev Monastery. 1805–1807. Water color on paper. 34.7 х 51.5.

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