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46 Discovered works of art  •  ID: #16561
The painter Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin is considered one of the most important Russian artists of the early 20th century. His early work was strongly influenced by the then popular style of the Symbolists. A strong influence of Art Nouveau is evident in Petrov-Vodkin's first works. In the course of the 1910s he developed after the careful study of Italian painting of the early Renaissance, his typical post-academic Malart. In addition, the Russian artist had great interest in the genre of icon painting, which was particularly extensively practiced in his homeland and was especially popular with religious people. Petrov-Vodkin also drew inspiration from the progressive French post-impressionism of artists Paul Gauguin and Henri Matisse.

Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov-Vodkin himself was the son of the simple shoemaker. Petrov-Vodkin received his initial artistic training as an assistant in the workshop of a painter before completing a three-year degree in Free Arts in the city of Samara. At the Central School for Technical Drawing of Baron Alexander Stieglitz in St. Petersburg, the ambitious painter continued his education.

In 1901, the inquisitive young man traveled to Europe. He stopped in Warsaw, Prague, Leipzig and Munich. A year later, he received his first award: the aspiring young artist was awarded a gold medal for the painting titled "Family Shoemaker". In the same year, Petrov-Vodkin and the artists Kuznetsov and Utkin were given the opportunity to decorate the Church of Our Lady of Kazan in the city of Saratov. The religious Petrov-Vodkin also created several paintings for the Basilius Zlatoverkh-Ovruch Church, the Marine Cathedral in Kronstadt, the Russian Church in the Italian city of Bari and the Trinity Cathedral in the city of Sumy.

From 1905 to 1908 the talented painter went on trips again. This time it hit him in the city of London and Italy. In addition, he often stayed in France, where he visited friends and took lessons at the school of R. Kolarossi. Back in Russia, he lived from 1908 in St. Petersburg. A year later, a Russian magazine printed works by Petrov-Vodkin for the first time. In the magazine "Apollo", readers were able to admire his painting sketches and drawings made in Africa, Paris and the Pyrenees.

Petrov-Vodkin was a member of a group of artists who conducted several group exhibitions in major Russian cities. Among other things, his pictures "The Red Horse" and "Mother" were shown here. Both works enjoyed great popularity with both the public and the press. In addition, the successful painter took part in further exhibitions of the so-called Union of Russian Artists. As a sinner, he taught painting at the school of Elizabeth Zvantseva. The professional success of the gifted Russian grew steadily. His solo exhibitions in 1936 at the State Russian Museum in Leningrad and a year later in Moscow both received excellent reviews. © Meisterdrucke


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1915 | Oil on canvas

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1922 | Oil on canvas

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1916 | Oil on canvas

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1912 | Oil on canvas

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Portrait of Anna Akhmatova (1889...
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Portrait of Anna Akhmatova (1889...
1922 | Oil on canvas

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1917 | Oil on canvas

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1907 | Oil on canvas

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1921 | Oil on canvas

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1934 | Oil on canvas

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1911 | Oil on canvas

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1926 | Oil on canvas

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1907 | Oil on canvas

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1934 | Oil on canvas

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Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov Vodkin
 
1911 | Oil on canvas

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1924 | Oil on canvas

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1920 | Oil on canvas

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1908 | Oil on canvas

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Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov Vodkin
 
1918 | oil oilcloth

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1935 | Oil on canvas

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1918 | Oil on canvas

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Stage design for the opera 'The ...
1912 | watercolour, gouache and ink on paper

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1912 | watercolour, gouache and ink on paper

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Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov Vodkin
 
1917 | Oil on canvas

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Undated | watercolour on paper

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Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov Vodkin
 
Undated | oil on canvas laid on panel

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Kuzma Sergeevich Petrov Vodkin
 
1918 | Oil on canvas

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1927 | Oil on canvas

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1927 | watercolour on paper

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