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Art for heart's sake

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  • 1. IvanKonstantinovich Aivazovski ( 1817-1900 ) Marenici Elena Group 306 17.02.09
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    • Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was born in the family of a merchant of Armenian origin in the town of Feodosia, Crimea.  His parents were under strained circumstances and he spent his childhood in poverty.
    • With the help of people who had noticed the talented youth, he entered the Simpheropol gymnasium, and then the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he took the landscape painting course and was especially interested in marine landscapes
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    • During the period of 1840-1844 Aivazovsky, as a pensioner of the Academy of Arts, spent time in Italy, traveled to Germany, France, Spain, and Holland.
    • He worked much and had many exhibitions, meeting everywhere with success. He painted a lot of marine landscapes, which became very popular in Italy: The Bay of Naples by Moonlight (1842), Seashore. Calm (1843), Malta. Valetto Harbour (1844).
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    • His works were highly appreciated by J.W.M. Turner
    • Aivazovsky evolved his own method of depicting the motion of the sea – from memory, without preliminary sketches, limiting himself to rough pencil outlines.
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    • Aivazovsky got good commissions and became rich. He spent much money for charity, especially for his native town, he opened in Feodosia the first School of Arts (in 1865), then the Art Gallery (in 1889).
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  • 9. Thank you for attention
    • Used sites:
    • www.topofart.com
    • www.artsstudio.com