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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Russian: Ива́н Константи́нович Айвазо́вский; 29 July 1817 – 2 May 1900) was a Russian Romantic painter who is considered one of the greatest masters of marine art. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, Aivazovsky was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia in Crimea and was mostly based there. Following his education at the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg, Aivazovsky traveled to Europe and lived briefly in Italy in the early 1840s. He then returned to Russia and was appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. Aivazovsky had close ties with the military and political elite of the Russian Empire and often attended military maneuvers. He was sponsored by the state and was well-regarded during his lifetime. The saying "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush", popularized by Anton Chekhov, was used in Russia for describing something lovely. One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost 60-year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time.The vast majority of his works are seascapes, but he often depicted battle scenes, Armenian themes, and portraiture. Most of Aivazovsky's works are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums as well as private collections. During his 60-year career, Aivazovsky produced around 6,000 paintings of, what one online art magazine describes, "very different value ... there are masterpieces and there are very timid works".However, according to one count as many as 20,000 paintings are attributed to him.The vast majority of Aivazovsky's works depict the sea.He rarely drew dry-landscapes and created only a handful of portraits.According to Rosa Newmarch Aivazovsky "never painted his pictures from nature, always from memory, and far away from the seaboard." Rogachevsky wrote that "His artistic memory was legendary. He was able to reproduce what he had seen only for a very short time, without even drawing preliminary sketches."Bolton praised "his ability to convey the effect of moving water and of reflected sun and moonlight." Aivazovsky died on 19 April (2 May in New Style) 1900 in Feodosia.In accordance with his wishes, he was buried at the courtyard of St. Sargis Armenian Church.A white marble sarcophagus was made by Italian sculptor L. Biogiolli in 1901.A quote from Movses Khorenatsi's History of Armenia in Classical Armenian is engraved on his tombstone: Մահկանացու ծնեալ անմահ զիւրն յիշատակ եթող (Mahkanatsu tsneal anmah ziurn yishatak yetogh),which translates: "He was born a mortal, left an immortal legacy" or "Born as a mortal, left the immortal memory of himself".After his death, his wife Anna led a generally secluded life and died on July 25, 1944. She was buried next to Aivazovsky. [from Wikipedia] Music: Alio Die "Vulnerable Choice"
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Exhibition of Aivazovsky's dramatic seascapes opens
 
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(3 Aug 2016) FOR CLEAN VERSION SEE STORY NUMBER: 4048710 LEAD IN: 150 works by the Russian seascape painter, Ivan Aivazovsky have gone on display in Moscow. Credited with creating absorbing, 3D effect paintings, Aivazovsky is considered one of the greatest marine artists of all time, STORY-LINE: A master of seascapes, Ivan Aivazovsky was born in 1817 to a merchant family in Theodosia, Crimea. And it was his native Black Sea that dominated his works. After graduating from St. Petersburg Academy of Arts with a gold medal he quickly gained international fame for his stunning scenes of boats, battleships and turbulent waves. Over his lifetime Aivazovsky created some 6,000 paintings. The new exhibition at Moscow's State Tretyakov gallery features 100 of those as well as 50 graphic works that allow visitors to see the best examples of the painter's seascapes including "The Black Sea" (1881), "The Ninth Wave" (1850), "The Wave" (1889) and "The Rainbow" (1873). State Tretyakov Gallery Director, Zelfira Tregulova, Tretyakov says: "A sinking ship, a boat or a sailing ship in rough sea - Aivazovsky was a past master of this kind of seascape. He developed an amazing technique and manner of depicting water and light (shining) through water. Strange as it may seem - I believe many (visitors) will notice it today - he is very close to the great British landscape artist William Turner." His colossal canvases draw visitors deep into his stormy scenarios creating a 3D effect that, according to exhibition curator, Galina Churak, rivals modern 3D technology. "My colleagues and I quite often use now the comparison, so familiar to modern people - 3d or 4d effect. It's the participation effect, involvement effect. Long before this modern technology was created, the artist had possessed the secret," she says. Despite living close to the sea, Aivazovsky did not create his seascapes from nature. it was his memory and imagination that were responsible for the masterpieces. Gallery deputy director, Tatyana Karpova says: "Walls were painted terra-cotta in his studio in Theodosia. There were no windows towards the sea in his studio. He worked from memory. He didn't need to have the sea always in front of his eyes although it was close, behind the walls of his house. He believed that it's impossible to draw from nature a storm, a flash of lightning, a roaring wind." Called "Ivan Aivazovsky For The 200th Anniversary," the exhibition opened on 29th July 2016 - what would have been Aivazovsky's 199th birthday. It runs until November 20th. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/70b3f434d87b320ce0f971e31ef2ffbe Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Paintings of the World - Ivan Aivazovsky - Part 1
 
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Here we see a selection of Ivan Aivazovsky's work, including: Black Sea Fleet in Feodosia (1890), The Bay of Naples (1843), The Ninth wave (1850), Towers on a rock near the Bosphorus (1853), View of the Venetian Lagoon (1853), and View of Venice (1849). Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history.
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Ivan Konstantinovich Ayvazovsky Paintings - Sea paintings
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Russian: Ива́н Константи́нович Айвазо́вский, Armenian: Հովհաննես Այվազովսկի Hovhannes Ayvazovski; 29 July 1817 – 2 May 1900) was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history.Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, Aivazovsky was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia and was mostly based in his native Crimea. Following his education at the Imperial Academy of Arts, Aivazovsky traveled to Europe and lived briefly in Italy in the early 1840s. He then returned to Russia and was appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. Aivazovsky had close ties with the military and political elite of the Russian Empire and often attended military maneuvers. He was sponsored by the state and was well-regarded during his lifetime. The saying "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush", popularized by Anton Chekhov, was used in Russia for "describing something ineffably lovely. One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost 60-year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time. Music, Rossini William Tell Overture. Please subscribe. Enjoy!!
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Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) - A collection of paintings & drawings 2K Ultra HD Silent Slideshow
 
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Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) - A collection of paintings and drawings 2K HD Silent slideshow Russian Romantic painter who is considered one of the greatest masters of marine art. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, he was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia in Crimea and was mostly based there. Following his education at the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg, Aivazovsky traveled to Europe and lived briefly in Italy in the early 1840s. He then returned to Russia and was appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. Aivazovsky had close ties with the military and political elite of the Russian Empire and often attended military maneuvers. He was sponsored by the state and was well-regarded during his lifetime. The saying "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush", popularized by Anton Chekhov, was used in Russia for describing something lovely. He remains highly popular in Russia. One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost 60-year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time. The vast majority of his works are seascapes, but he often depicted battle scenes, Armenian themes, and portraiture. Most of Aivazovsky's works are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums as well as private collections. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Aivazovsky
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky
 
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Aivazovsky was born in the town of Feodosiya (Theodosia), Crimea (Russian Empire) to a poor Armenian family. His brother was the Armenian Archbishop Gabriel Aivazovsky. His family moved to the Crimea from Galicia (then in southern Poland, now in Ukraine) in 1812. His parents' family name was Aivazian but in Poland it was written Haivazian. Some of the artist's paintings bear a signature, in Armenian letters, "Hovhannes Aivazian". His talent as an artist earned him sponsorship and entry to the Simferopol gymnasium and later the St.Petersburg Academy of Arts, which he graduated with a gold medal. Earning awards for his early landscapes and seascapes, he went on to paint a series of portraits of Crimean coastal towns before travelling throughout Europe. In later life, his paintings of naval scenes earned him a long-standing commission from the Russian Navy stationed in the Black Sea. In 1845, Aivazovsky went to İstanbul upon the invitation of Sultan Abdülmecid I, a city he was to travel to eight times between 1845--1890. During his long sojourn in İstanbul, Aivazovsky was commissioned for a number of paintings as a court painter by the Ottoman Sultans Abdülmecid, Abdulaziz and Abdulhamid, 30 of which are currently on display in the Ottoman Imperial Palace, the Dolmabahce Museum and many other museums in Turkey. His works are also found in dozens of museums throughout Russia and the former Soviet republics, including the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, and the Aivazovsky Art Gallery in Feodosiya, Ukraine. The office of Turkey's Foreign Minister, Abdullah Gül, has Aivasovsky's paintings on the wall. At 31, Aivazovsky married Julia Graves, an English governess in St. Petersburg. They had four daughters. The marriage was dissolved, and at the age of 65, Aivazovsky, married Anna Boornazian, a young Armenian widow from Theodosia. Aivazovsky was deeply affected by the Hamidian massacres of Armenians in Asia Minor in 1895, painting a number of works on the subject such as "The Expulsion of the Turkish Ship," and "The Armenian Massacres at Trevizond." and renouncing a medal which had been awarded to him in İstanbul. He spent his last years in Feodosia where he supplied the town with water from his own estate, opened an art school, began the first archaeological excavations in the region and built a historical museum. Due to his efforts a commercial port was established at Feodosiya and linked to the railway network. Aivasovsky died in Feodosiya in 1900. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I do not own the sound or cision for this upload.
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Ivan Aivazovsky, Part 2 | Virtual Museum Tour
 
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Autumn of 1845. Upon returning from a sea expedition under the leadership of Admiral Fyodor Litke, the painter Ivan Aivazovsky asked the Academy of Arts and the Main Naval Headquarters to extend his stay in Crimea so that he could finish the work he had begun. In response, he received permission to stay until May of the following year. That same year, he bought a piece of land on a deserted beach in Crimea overlooking the Black Sea and started building his own house. Throughout his life, the artist traveled back and forth between Feodosia and St. Petersburg. Then in 1847, Aivazovsky was accepted to the position of professor at the Academy of Fine Arts. _ Subscribe to UATV English: https://goo.gl/VHU7bk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English Watch UATV live: http://uatv.ua
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Ivan Aivazovsky - Russian Romantic painter. Works in HD.
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, Aivazovsky was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia and was mostly based in his native Crimea. Following his education at the Imperial Academy of Arts, Aivazovsky traveled to Europe and lived briefly in Italy in the early 1840s. He then returned to Russia and was appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. Aivazovsky had close ties with the military and political elite of the Russian Empire and often attended military maneuvers. He was sponsored by the state and was well-regarded during his lifetime. The saying "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush", popularized by Anton Chekhov, was used in Russia for "describing something ineffably lovely." One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost 60 year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time.[14][5] The vast majority of his works are seascapes, but he often depicted battle scenes, Armenian themes, and portraiture. Most of Aivazovsky's works are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums as well as private collections.
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Aivazovsky & Armenia (fragment from the film-project "Simfony of The Sea")
 
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Aivazovsky - the bridge between Russia & Armenia... Film direktor - Dmitry Lomanov, Russia, Crimea, Feodosia, 2016... Song by Irina Pirumian & Simon Sargissian - Hayastan (Look at my tears, Armenia) http://www.lomart.ru/
Ivan Aivazovsky
 
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Ukrainian-born Russian-Armenian painter Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky / Ива́н Константи́нович Айвазо́вский (1817-1900) became the most prolific Russian painter of his time. Early in his career, he was elected a member of five Academies of Fine Arts, including those of St. Petersburg (his Alma Mater). Rome, Florence, Stuttgart and Amsterdam. He was an Academician at 27, and Professor of Marine Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, at the age of 30. His works were highly appreciated by J. M. W. Turner, a leading British landscape and marine painter, when they met in Rome, in 1842. The art of the young marine painter Aivazovsky inspired Turner to devote a poem to him. Aivazovsky left over 6,000 works at his death in 1900. The funds earned during his successful career as an artist enabled him to open an art school and gallery in his hometown of Feodosiya. As of 2006, Aivazovsky's works have been auctioned for as much as $3,200,000, and his international reputation continues to grow. On June 14, 2007 his painting American Shipping off the Rock of Gibraltar sold for 2,710,000 pounds, "the highest price paid at auction for Aivazovsky". He is also said to be the most forged of all Russian painters. On April, 2012, Ivan Aivazovsky’s canvas View of Constantinople and the Bosphorus was sold at Sotheby’s auction in London for a record $5.2 million (3.2 million pounds). He is in the highest category #1 - an artist of the world fame, tested with time (for no less than a century)" in "United Artists Rating". Aivazovsky was born in the town of Feodosiya (Theodosia), Crimea (Russian Empire) to a poor Armenian family. His brother was the Armenian Archbishop Gabriel Aivazovsky. His family moved to the Crimea from Galicia (then in southern Poland, now in Ukraine) in 1812. His parents' family name was Aivazian but in Poland it was written Haivazian. Some of the artist's paintings bear a signature, in Armenian letters, "Hovhannes Aivazian". His father taught him to play the violin and speak Polish and Ukrainian fluently. His talent as an artist earned him sponsorship and entry to the Simferopol gymnasium №1 and later the St.Petersburg Academy of Arts, which he graduated with a gold medal. Earning awards for his early landscapes and seascapes, he went on to paint a series of portraits of Crimean coastal towns before travelling throughout Europe. In later life, his paintings of naval scenes earned him a long-standing commission from the Russian Navy stationed in the Black Sea. In 1845, Aivazovsky went to İstanbul upon the invitation of Sultan Abdülmecid I, a city he was to travel to eight times between 1845-1890. During his long sojourn in İstanbul, Aivazovsky was commissioned for a number of paintings as a court painter by the Ottoman Sultans Abdülmecid, Abdulaziz and Abdulhamid, 30 of which are currently on display in the Ottoman Imperial Palace, the Dolmabahce Museum and many other museums in Turkey. His works are also found in dozens of museums throughout Russia and the former Soviet republics, including the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg. The largest collections of his works are at the Aivazovsky Art Gallery in Feodosiya, Ukraine, and the National Gallery of Armenia. At 31, Aivazovsky married Julia Graves, an English governess in St. Petersburg. They had four daughters. The marriage was dissolved, and at the age of 65, Aivazovsky, married Anna Boornazian, a young Armenian widow from Theodosia. Aivazovsky was deeply affected by the Hamidian massacres of Armenians in Asia Minor in 1895, painting a number of works on the subject such as "The Expulsion of the Turkish Ship" and "The Armenian Massacres at Trevizond" and renouncing a medal which had been awarded to him in İstanbul. He spent his last years in Feodosia where he supplied the town with water from his own estate, opened an art school, began the first archaeological excavations in the region and built a historical museum. Due to his efforts a commercial port was established at Feodosiya and linked to the railway network. Aivasovsky died in Feodosiya in 1900.
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Ivan Aïvazovski - Иван Константинович Айвазовский
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Russian: Ива́н Константи́нович Айвазо́вский; 29 July 1817 – 2 May 1900) was a Russian Romantic painter who is considered one of the greatest masters of marine art. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, he was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia in Crimea and was mostly based there. Following his education at the Imperial Academy of Arts in Saint Petersburg, Aivazovsky traveled to Europe and lived briefly in Italy in the early 1840s. He then returned to Russia and was appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. Aivazovsky had close ties with the military and political elite of the Russian Empire and often attended military maneuvers. He was sponsored by the state and was well-regarded during his lifetime. The saying "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush", popularized by Anton Chekhov, was used in Russia for describing something lovely. He remains highly popular in Russia. One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost 60-year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time. The vast majority of his works are seascapes, but he often depicted battle scenes, Armenian themes, and portraiture. Most of Aivazovsky's works are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums as well as private collections. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivan_Aivazovsky
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Борьба за галерею Айвазовского в Феодосии
 
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Скандал вокруг картинной галереи Айвазовского разгарелся в Феодосии. «Мэрия» города собирается всеми доступными ей конституционными способами не допустить передачи музея из собственности города. Напомним, так называемая министр культуры Крыма Арина Новосельская сделала в конце января заявление, что оккупационное министерство рассматривает вопрос о том, чтобы объединить галерею с Феодосийским музеем древностей и забрать этот единый комплекс в республиканскую собственность. Подробнее – в сюжете «Черноморки». Мы рядом! Больше информации на www.blacksea.tv www.facebook.com/blacksea.tv
Our Crimea - Installation by Yaroslav Koporulin
 
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OurCrimea - 196K - MFA First Year Thesis Show, Exhibition View, Katzen Art Center, American University, April 2016 Installation: Approx. 11 sq. ft. Video, Sound, Beach chairs, Beach towels, Sand, Reproductions of Crimean landscapes painted by Ivan Aivazovsky. Installation “Our Crimea” is a reflection on the 2014-16 Russian-Ukrainian crisis and annexation of Crimean peninsula, a popular resort on the Black Sea. War in Ukraine undermined hundreds of years of coexistence and collaboration between two closely related nations, created deep political and economic crisis, generated hate and misunderstanding amongst people in this region. This piece is constructed as a cross-intersection of two themes: “The Resort” and “The War.” The Resort theme is portrayed as a beach setting. Two beach chairs placed on the pile of sand are facing the assembly of peaceful Crimean landscapes on the gallery wall. Landscapes are reproductions of commissioned work painted by Ivan Aivazovsky at the end of 19th century depicting city of Yalta and its surroundings. The choice of the city wasn’t a random decision: at the end of the World War II, in February of 1945 leaders of 3 leading countries involved in the war: US, UK and Russia have discussed the future of Nazi’s Germany during the conference held in Yalta. Two facing each other semi-walls with monitors are framing the War scene. Each monitor features a looping video portrait of a person reciting from A. Pushkin’s poem “Ukrainian Night” in Ukrainian and Russian languages. The reading tone escalades into a verbal war zone as two people throw poem’s words at each other but then it vanishes into a beachy sound of sea waves and seagulls flying by.
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Paintings of the World - Ivan Aivazovsky - Part 5
 
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Here we see a selection of Ivan Aivazovsky's work, including: Siege of Sevastopol (1859), Island of Ischia (1892), Morning after the storm (1888), Night at Sea (1887), Morning at Sea (1883), and VArrival of Peter I on the Neva (1853). Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history.
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Paintings of the World - Ivan Aivazovsky - Part 4
 
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Here we see a selection of Ivan Aivazovsky's work, including: Lunar Night on the Crimean coast (1852), Lunar Night on the Black Sea (1873), Lunar Night (1870), Sea view with chapel on a shore (1845), The Bay of Naples at moonlit night (1852), and The Bay Golden Horn (1845). Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history.
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The Tribute to I.K. Aivazovsky and to the Black Sea
 
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This is the tribute to the inheritance of the great Russian painter I.K. Aivazovsky. The Ukrainian text of the song is by L. Tatarenko, the music is by G. Podelsky. English translation, orchestration and singing performance, us usually, by the author.
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Paintings of the World - Ivan Aivazovsky - Part 3
 
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Here we see a selection of Ivan Aivazovsky's work, including: Black Sea Fleet in Feodosia (1890), The Bay of Naples (1843), The Ninth wave (1850), Towers on a rock near the Bosphorus (1853), View of the Venetian Lagoon (1853), and View of Venice (1849). Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history.
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Иван Айвазовский. Море в его картинах
 
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Иван Константинович Айвазовский (Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky) - знаменитый художник, главной темой картин которого было море. Родился в Феодосии 17 (29) июля 1817 в семье армянского предпринимателя. Учился в петербургской Академии художеств у М.Н.Воробьева (1833--1839). В качестве «пенсионера» Академии работал в Крыму (1838--1840), Италии (1840--1844), посетил также Францию, Англию и ряд других стран. Произведениям Айвазовского, изображающим море, корабли, борющиеся с волнами, передающим романтические эффекты освещения, присущи эмоциональная приподнятость, тяготение к героике и пафосу. Очевидец военных манёвров Черноморского флота, Айвазовский посвятил многие картины подвигам русских моряков ("Чесменский бой", "Наварринский бой"). В лучших поздних работах ("Чёрное море"), сдержанных по цвету, Айвазовский пользуется тонкими градациями светотени для более точной и естественной передачи различных состояний морской стихии, движения волн и света. Айвазовский создал около 6 тысяч картин (неравноценных по художественному качеству), много рисунков и акварелей. Музыкальное сопровождение: Krzysztof Kurkowski Guitar _____________________________________________________________________ Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky ( 29 July 1817 -- 2 May 1900) was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, Aivazovsky was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia and was mostly based in his native Crimea. Following his education at the Imperial Academy of Arts, Aivazovsky traveled to Europe and lived briefly in Italy in the early 1840s. He then returned to Russia and was appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. Aivazovsky had close ties with the military and political elite of the Russian Empire and often attended military maneuvers. He was sponsored by the imperial family and was well-regarded during his lifetime. The winged word "worthy of Aivazovsky's brush", popularized by Anton Chekhov, was used in Russia for "describing something ineffably lovely." One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost sixty-year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time. The vast majority of his works are seascapes, but he often depicted battle scenes, Armenian themes, and portraiture. Most of Aivazovsky's works are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums as well as private collections.
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Ivan Aivazovsky Paintings!
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (Russian: Ива́н Константи́нович Айвазо́вский, Armenian: Հովհաննես Այվազովսկի Hovhannes Ayvazovski; 29 July 1817 – 2 May 1900) was a Russian Romantic painter. He is considered one of the greatest marine artists in history. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, Aivazovsky was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia and was mostly based in his native Crimea. One of the most prominent Russian artists of his time, Aivazovsky was also popular outside Russia. He held numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. During his almost sixty-year career, he created around 6,000 paintings, making him one of the most prolific artists of his time. The vast majority of his works are seascapes, but he often depicted battle scenes, Armenian themes, and portraiture. Most of Aivazovsky's works are kept in Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian museums as well as private collections. Ива́н Константи́нович Айвазо́вский (арм. Հովհաննես Այվազովսկի — Ованнес Айвазян (Гайвазян); 17 июля 1817 года — 19 апреля [2 мая] 1900 года) — всемирно известный русский художник-маринист, баталист, коллекционер, меценат. Հովհաննես Կոստանդինի Այվազովսկի (ռուս.՝ Иван Константинович Айвазовский), (Հուլիս 29, 1817 - Մայիս 5, 1900) հայազգի հանճարեղ նկարիչ Ռուսական կայսրությունում, Ռուսական կայսրության պատվավոր ծովակալ, Ռուսաստանի կայսերական ակադեմիայի անդամ, համաշխարհային համբավ ունեցող նկարիչ, ապրում և աշխատում էր Ղրիմում, առավել հայտնի իր ծովանկարներով, որոնք կազմում են նրա գործերից կեսից ավելին։ Այվազովսկին համարվում է բոլոր ժամանակների ամենամեծ ծովանկարիչներից մեկը։ Նա ծնվել է Թեոդոսիա քաղաքում, Ղրիմում, աղքատ հայ ընտանիքում։ Իր ընտանիքի ազգանունն Այվազյան էր։ Նկարչի նկարներից մի քանիսը կրում են այս ստորագրությունը, հայերեն՝ «Հովհաննես Այվազյան» (ռուսերեն՝ Ованес Айвазян)։ Նրա որպես նկարչի տաղանդը, իր համար ճանապարհ բացեց դեպի Սիմֆերոպոլ քաղաքի գիմնազիա, իսկ հետագայում՝ դեպի Սանկտ Պետերբուրգի Գեղարվեստի Ակադեմիա, որը Հովհաննես Այվազովսկին ավարտեց ոսկե մեդալով։ Պարգևների արժանանալով իր վաղ շրջանի բնանկարների ու ծովանկարների համար, նա սկսեց նկարել Ղրիմի ծովափնյա քաղաքների պատկերների շարքը։ Այնուհետև Այվազովսկին մեկնեց Եվրոպայի երկրներ։ Կյանքի հետագա շրջանում նրա ծովանկարների և նավանկարների շարքերը նրան արժանացրին Ռուսաստանյան նավատորմի մշտական ծառայողը լինելու պատվին։ Նա մի քանի պատկեր է նկարել նաև Օսմանյան սուլթանի համար, որոնք ներկայումս թուրքական թանգարաններում են։ Թուրքական սուլթանը շքանշանով պարգևատրել է Այվազովսկուն, սակայն երբ Թուրքիայում 1890-ական թթ. տեղի ունեցան հայերի կոտորածները, Այվազովսկին թուրքական շքանշանը կապեց իր շան վզին, իսկ հետո տարավ և շպրտեց ծովը։ Երկարատև ստեղծագործական կյանք ապրելով, նա դարձավ ժամանակի առավել հայտնի ռուսական նկարիչը։ Նա թողել է 6000-ից ավելի ստեղծագործություն։ Վախճանվեց 1900 թվականին։ Իր հաջողակ ստեղծագործական գործունեության ընթացքում վաստակած զգալի գումարներով Այվազովսկին բացել է արվեստի դպրոց և պատկերասրահ իր հարազատ Թեոդոսիա քաղաքում։ Այվազովսկու գործերը աճուրդով վաճառվել են մինչև $2 միլիոն 125 հազար ամերիկյան դոլարով։
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Ayvazovsky.wmv
 
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Ayvazovsky
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Roberto Cacciapaglia - Oceano
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (29 July 1817 – 2 May 1900) was a Russian Romantic painter who is considered one of the greatest masters of marine art. Baptized as Hovhannes Aivazian, he was born into an Armenian family in the Black Sea port of Feodosia in Crimea and was mostly based there.
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Ivan Aivazovsky -  Música: Open Sea Morning
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (nombre real Hovhannes Aivazian) 1817-1900, nació en la familia de un comerciante de origen armenio en la ciudad de Theodosia, Crimea. Sus padres estaban bajo circunstancias difíciles y pasó su infancia en la pobreza. Con la ayuda de personas que había descubierto a jóvenes con talento, entró en el gimnasio Simpheropol, y a continuación en la Academia de las Artes de San Petersburgo, donde realizó un curso de pintura de paisaje, estando especialmente interesado en los paisajes marinos. En el otoño de 1836 Aivazovsky presentó 5 pinturas marinas en la exposición académica, que fueron muy apreciadas. En 1837, Aivazovsky recibió la Medalla de Oro principal en el Golfo de Finlandia (1836) y de las grandes vías de Kronstadt (1836), lo que le permitió realizar un largo viaje de estudios en el extranjero. Fue el primer artista que se fue a la guerra de Crimea para perfeccionarse en el género elegido de pintura del mar y puntos de vista de Crimea y las ciudades costeras. Durante el período de 1840-1844 Aivazovsky, fue titular de la Academia de las Artes, pasó un tiempo en Italia, viajó a Alemania, Francia, España y Holanda. Trabajó mucho y realizó muchas exposiciones, y reuniones en todas partes con gran éxito. Pintó una gran cantidad de paisajes marinos, se hizo muy popular en Italia: La Bahía de Nápoles, al claro de luna (1842), mar. Calm (1843), Malta. Calma (1843), Malta. Valetto Harbour (1844). Valetto Puerto (1844). Sus obras fueron muy apreciadas por JWM Turner. . En el curso de su trabajo, Aivazovsky desarrolló su propio método de describir el movimiento del mar - de memoria, sin bocetos previos, limitándose a lápiz y esbozos. Aivazovsky tenía una extraordinaria memoria y su imaginación romántica le permitió hacer todo con un brillo incomparable. El desarrollo de este nuevo método refleja el espíritu de la época, cuando la creciente tendencia romántica ponía la imaginación de un artista al frente. Cuando en 1844 el artista regresó a San Petersburgo, se le concedió el título de académico, y se convirtió en adjunto a la Sede de la Marina General. Esto le permitió viajar mucho con las expediciones de la flota rusa en misiones diferentes, visitó Turquía, Grecia, Egipto, Estados Unidos. De 1846 a 1848 pintó varios lienzos con la guerra naval en la materia; los cuadros retrata batallas históricas de la flota rusa La Batalla de Chesme (1848), La batalla en el Canal de Quíos (1848), Reunión de la Brigada de Mercurio con la Federación de Rusia Escuadrón (1848) Hacia la década de 1850 las características románticas en el trabajo Aivazovsky hizo cada vez más pronunciada. Esto puede verse claramente en uno de sus cuadros mejores y más famosos The Ninth Wave (1850) y también en Noche de luna (1849), el mar. Koktebel. Koktebel. (1853), Storm (1854) and others. (1853), Storm (1854) y otros. En el proceso que determinó el desarrollo del arte ruso en la segunda mitad del siglo 19, se ve afectados Aivazovski, una nueva tendencia consistente y realista aparece en su obra, aunque las características románticas seguían. .El mayor logro del artista de este período es el Mar Negro (1881), una imagen que revela la naturaleza del mar, eternamente vivo, siempre en movimiento. Otras imágenes importantes de los últimos años son The Rainbow (1873), Náufrago (1876), la ola (1889), Caught María en una tormenta (1892). La casa de Aivazovsky en Theodosia se volvió un lugar para la peregrinación artística. Fueron invitados allí numerosos artistas armenios y también actores y músicos donde pudieron trabajar. Fue allí que artistas como Bashinjagyan, Sureniants, Makhokhian y Shabanian empezaron su vida creativa. El sueño de Aivazovsky era crear una unión de artistas armenios de todo el mundo. Aivazovsky dejó más de 6000 imágenes, de valores muy diferente, entre ellas muchas obras maestras. Aivazovsky cobraba grandes comisiones y se hizo rico. Invirtió mucho dinero en la caridad, especialmente para su ciudad natal, abriendo en Feodosia la primera Escuela de Artes (en 1865) y la Galería de Arte (en 1889). Fue miembro de las Academias de Stuttgart, Florencia, Roma y Amsterdam . Música: Open Sea Morning (Mañana del mar abierto)
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Картины Айвазовского вывозить из Феодосии нельзя, – украинские эксперты
 
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Картины Ивана Айвазовского из феодосийской галереи планируют летом перевезти в Россию. Сначала их выставят в Третьяковской галерее, потом экспозицию переместят в Санкт-Петербург. Напомним, ещё в апреле 2014 года общественность Феодосии и руководство галереи были обеспокоены дальнейшей судьбой экспонатов музея. Тогда и директор музея Татьяна Гайдук высказывалась против того, чтобы картины художника, стоимость которых исчисляется миллионами долларов, даже на время покидали галерею. Подробности – далее в сюжете. Мы рядом! Больше информации на www.blacksea.tv www.facebook.com/blacksea.tv
From Dusk till Dawn: Animated Paintings by Ivan Aivazovsky
 
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ARTHIVE made its present to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Ivan Aivazovsky, one of the world`s greatest marine artists. Get mesmerized by 10 animated paintings of Ivan Aivazovsky, the artist who seized the Sun, the Moon and surely the Sea!
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George Dmitriev, seascape painter
 
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George Dmitriev, seascape painter Music, Valdi Sabev The modern domestic seascape painters George Dmitriev has no equal. No one but he could not bring on canvas sea elements with skill worthy of the brush by Aivazovsky. Not without reason at any exhibition viewers are surprised by what they saw as rooted to the spot, near the sea landscapes of the artist. No wonder that many of the works of George Dmitriev are in the collection of the Ministry of Culture, the Museum of Vyksa, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei (Taiwan). They are stored in galleries and private collections in Turkey, Germany, Denmark, the United States, Britain, Canada, France and Japan. With all the dissimilarity of these countries their is one common thing – relationship with the sea. They are geographically contiguous with it, and the sea powerfully invades their economies in ways of life, leaving a trace in the history of culture. Seascapes by George Dmitriev are fascinating. When you stand next to them you feel as if a sea wave splashes out of the frame and swallow a formidable whirlpool. Such manner to show sea elements was characteristic feature of the great Russian marine painter Aivazovsky. The artist expresses his admiration for the strong force of the sea and sky, dark blue, almost black, billowing clouds of dark pall hanging over the white foam of waves and streams of light cutting through the zigzags of lightning. But the main “character” of the picture, as well as in many other seascapes of George Dmitriev – is, of course, the sea wave, filled with light, majestic and beautiful in a halo of white foam. In addition to marinas artist paints still lifes. Dark background favorably shades the color and texture of old metal pitchers, walnut shells, lint-free cloth of Oriental carpets. Masterfully crafted, these still lifes, imbued voiceless quiet breath of life, can feel the atmosphere of the home life of the artist. Persistently recurring motif in still life – violin and birds, suggesting a possible link between painting and music. http://www.artrussia.ru/en/george_dmitriev The video was uploaded only for entertainment purposes and no money was earned from it! no copyright intended. The music and photos are property of authors. The video is not that of commercial advertising.
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Painting with Olga Bazanova "Ivan Aivazovsky"
 
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http://www.bazanova-art.ru/web-aivazovskiy?sj=youtube_link_ov_aivazovskiy http://www.bazanova-art.ru/
Paintings of Night in European Romanticism
 
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Music: Ludwig van Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata Contact: [email protected] The list of used paintings: 1. Georg Emil Libert - "Romantic Scene" 2. Georg Emil Libert - "Koldinghus set fra fjordsiden ved fuldmåne" 3. Georg Emil Libert- ? 4. Johan Christian Clausen Dahl - "Copenhagen Harbour by Moonlight" 5. Marcus Larson - "Stockholm in the Moonlight" 6. Caspar David Friedrich - "Mann und Frau in Betrachtung des Mondes" 7. Caspar David Friedrich - "The Abbey in the Oakwood" 8. Caspar David Friedrich - "A Walk at Dusk" 9. Caspar David Friedrich - "Moonrise Over the Sea" 10. Caspar David Friedrich - "Seashore with Shipwreck by Moonlight" 11. Ivan Aivazovsky - "Stormy Sea at Night" 12. Archip Kuindshi - "Night on the Dnieper River" 13. John Atkinson Grimshaw - "Moonlit Lane" 14. John Atkinson Grimshaw - "At the Park Gate" 15. John Atkinson Grimshaw - "Spirit of the Night" 16. Ernst Ferdinand Oehme - "Scharfenberg Castle by Night" 17. Johan Christian Dahl - "View of Dresden by Moonlight" 18. Johan Christian Dahl - "A Cloud and Landscape Study by Moonlight" 19. Carl Rottmann - "Ruine einer Kapelle in der Nähe eines Flusses bei aufgehendem Mond" 20. Hans Gude & Adolph Tidemand - "Fishing with a harpoon 21. Adolf Kósarek - "Winter Night" 22. Caspar David Friedrich - "Uttewalder Grund" 23. Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg - "Coalbrookedale by Night" 24. Ivan Aivazovsky - "The Black Sea at Night"
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Sea by Ivan Aivazovsky.
 
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Great painting works of Ivan Aivazovsky, one of the best landspace painters in Russia. Music in background: Indukti - Tusan Homichi Tuvota (album 'Idmen', year 2009).
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mesmerizing translucent waves 19th century painting ivan konstantinovich aivazovsky 1
 
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mesmerizing translucent waves 19th century painting ivan konstantinovich aivazovsky 1
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For You Only - Trading Yesterday
 
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for You only. Artwork: The Black Sea At Night by Ivan Aivazovsky (1879)
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Storm at Sea
 
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Pic: Ivan Aivazovsky Music: Dany Roy-Robert
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partenit Ukraine black sea.AVI
 
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Buddy takes a dip in the Black Sea
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I  K  Aivazovsky and his native city Feodosiya
 
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Всемирно известный российский художник-маринист, баталист, коллекционер, меценат. На его саркофаге надпись на армянском языке гласит: ‘Родившись смертным, оставил по себе бессмертную память’
Ivan Aivazovsky
 
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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (July 29, 1817 May 5, 1900) was a Russian painter of Armenian descent, most famous for his seascapes, which constitute more than half of his paintings.
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Black Sea
 
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00015MCP "The Battle of Sinop" by Ivan Aivazovsky. Magic Mug
 
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Magic Mugs are termochromic, meaning they change colours according to their temperature. Print: The Battle of Sinop on 18 November 1853 (Night after Battle) by Ivan Aivazovsky (1817–1900). This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 100 years or less. An Episode from the Crimean War of 1853-1856. The Sinop battle took place on 18 November 1853 in the old style (30 November) between the Russian and Turkish squadrons in the Turkish port of Sinop, near the southern coast of the Black Sea. It ended with the destruction of 15 of the 16 Turkish ships and a devastating fire in the city. The Russian fleet lost no ships. This was the last major battle in the history of sail fleets, and the first battle, in which the Paixhans explosive shell guns were used.
Nachtgeblüt - H. P. Lovecraft's "The Outsider" (Part I/II)
 
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Music: Nachtgeblüt - Six Piano Fugues on H. P. Lovecraft's "The Outsider". Illustration: Ivan Aivazovsky - The Black Sea at Night. Band info at: http://dark-hidden.com/nachtgeblut 0:00 I - Alone in the Dark Castle 4:13 II - A Dream of Pastoral Delights 5:46 III - The Ruined Black Tower and the Endless Forest H. P. Lovecraft - The Outsider (Original text) http://www.hplovecraft.com/writings/texts/fiction/o.aspx H. P. Lovecraft - El extraño (Spanish translation) http://editorial-alastor.blogspot.com.ar/2011/02/lovecraft-el-extrano.html
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Art Reproduction (Aivazovsky - Storm on the Sea at Night) Hand-Painted Step by Step
 
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Process of Museum Quality Hand-Painted Reproducing performer: https://www.TOPofART.com Art Reproductions Studio title: Storm on the Sea at Night, c.1849 artist: Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky location: The Grand Palace at Peterhof, St. Petersburg, Russia You can order museum-quality hand-painted reproduction of "Storm on the Sea at Night" at the following URL: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Aivazovsky/art-reproduction/27/Storm-on-the-Sea-at-Night.php Your Art Reproduction will be painted by the same artist from the video. You can see other paintings by Aivazovsky at the following gallery: https://www.topofart.com/artists/Aivazovsky/
00015MCP The Battle of Sinop
 
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Magic Mugs are termochromic, meaning they change colours according to their temperature. Print: The Battle of Sinop on 18 November 1853 (Night after Battle) by Ivan Aivazovsky (1817–1900). This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 100 years or less. An Episode from the Crimean War of 1853-1856. The Sinop battle took place on 18 November 1853 in the old style (30 November) between the Russian and Turkish squadrons in the Turkish port of Sinop, near the southern coast of the Black Sea. It ended with the destruction of 15 of the 16 Turkish ships and a devastating fire in the city. The Russian fleet lost no ships. This was the last major battle in the history of sail fleets, and the first battle, in which the Paixhans explosive shell guns were used.
Artist Ivan Aivazovsky. http://www.artistas-americanos.com/biography/aivazovskyen.html
 
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I went to sea and served more than 25 years aboard ships. THis artist manages to capture the power of the open ocean. See also the Chilean artist Thomas Jaques Somerscales http://www.artistas-americanos.com/sommerscales/images/slideshow.html biography and foto http://www.artistas-americanos.com/biography/Somerscales_bio.html When in 1844 the artist returned to St. Petersburg, he was awarded the title of Academician, and became attached to the General Naval Headquarters. This allowed him to travel much with Russian fleet expeditions on different missions; he visited Turkey, Greece, Egypt, America. From 1846 to 1848 he painted several canvases with naval warfare as the subject; the pictures portrayed historical battles of the Russian Fleet Towards the 1850s the romantic features in Aivazovskys work became increasingly pronounced. . The process, which determined the development of Russian art in the second half of the 19th century, also affected Aivazovsky. A new and consistently realistic tendency appeared in his work, although the romantic features still remained. Aivazovsky left more than 6000 pictures, which are of very different value. There are masterpieces and there are very timid works. He failed to draw landscapes, could not draw a man. 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). He was a member of Academies of Stuttgart, Florence, Rome and Amsterdam. http://www.artistas-americanos.com/biography/aivazovskyen.html
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Seascape on motives paintings by Aivazovsky. Oil. Part 2.
 
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My site and gallery works: https://sites.google.com/site/yakimenkopaint/ Download a photos of my works in good quality: https://www.etsy.com/ru/listing/488091164/artworks?ref=listings_manager_grid
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a small piece of poetry can often feel very big
 
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This new addition to the lyw channel is a video in two parts called, ‘… a small piece of poetry can often feel very big…’ In this video are collected some fragments of poetic gems and animated with a little eye-candy and background music. Click the Link to read the full blog: https://lillianywong.wordpress.com/2015/12/04/why-choose-a-poet/ Video Sources/Credits: Music: 'For Originz' by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100700 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Images: Flower in Pavement c/o http://deborahmorefield.com/db-blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/singleflower.jpg Angel statue image c/o https://www.pinterest.com/pin/374713631467739300/ Divan of Hafez image c/o "Divan von Hafiz" by Unknown - http://www.pakzad-orientteppiche.de/museum/kunsthandwerk/index.shtml. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Divan_von_Hafiz.jpg#/media/File:Divan_von_Hafiz.jpg Gustave Doré's illustration of the Divine Comedy c/o: "Gustave Dore Inferno1". Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gustave_Dore_Inferno1.jpg#/media/File:Gustave_Dore_Inferno1.jpg Statue of “Sappho” 1861 by the Sienese Giovanni Duprè: http://romapedia.blogspot.ca/2014/01/national-gallery-of-modern-art-second.html Painting 'The Black Sea at Night' by Ivan Aivazovsky c/o http://rebloggy.com/post/moon-waves-sea-moonlight-oil-on-canvas-romanticism-black-sea-ivan-aivazovsky-19/93712207603 Fishermen at Sea painting image by Turner c/o "Joseph Mallord William Turner - Fishermen at Sea - Google Art Project" by J. M. W. Turner - UwG73jK8wqshlw at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level maximum Tate Images (http://www.tate-images.com/results.asp?image=T01585&wwwflag=3&imagepos=2 ). Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Joseph_Mallord_William_Turner_-_Fishermen_at_Sea_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg#/media/File:Joseph_Mallord_William_Turner_-_Fishermen_at_Sea_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg moonlight image c/o: http://blogs.haverford.edu/hkwlab/2012/06/ Landscape painting by Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern c/o "Christian Morgenstern - Landschaft mit Waldweg und Reiter (1849)" by Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern - Lempertz 12 May 2012, lot 1513 ARCADJA auction results. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Christian_Morgenstern_-_Landschaft_mit_Waldweg_und_Reiter_(1849).jpg#/media/File:Christian_Morgenstern_-_Landschaft_mit_Waldweg_und_Reiter_(1849).jpg Reeves - Watercolour By Numbers Harbour painting by Oasis c/o http://www.amazon.co.uk/Reeves-Watercolour-By-Numbers-Harbour/dp/B000FGGA8K
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Hovhannes Aivazovsky.3gp
 
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Hovhannes Ayvazovski
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Chelsea Wolfe Sounds Like The Sea
 
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Picture - Ivan Aivazovsky Playlist 1. Gene Wilder 2. Benjamin (Daytrotter Session) 3. Hyper Oz 4. Sirenum Scopuli 5. House Of Metal 6. Mer 7. Tracks (Tall Bodies) 8. The Waves Have Come
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Herb Weidner The Ninth Wave
 
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Heavy gals on the Black Sea. Allegro for Orchestra in b-minor op.1665b. Painting by Ivan Aivasovsky
Ivan Aivazovsky Oil Painting
 
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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). His works were highly appreciated by J.W.M. Turner, a prominent English landscape and marine painter. In the course of his work, Aivazovsky evolved his own method of depicting the motion of the sea -- from memory, without preliminary sketches, limiting himself to rough pencil outlines. Aivazovsky's phenomenal memory and romantic imagination allowed him to do all this with incomparable brilliance. The development of this new method reflected the spirit of the age, when the ever-increasing romantic tendencies put an artist's imagination to the front. http://www.artisoo.com/shop-by-artist-ivan-aivazovsky-c-66_156_388.html http://www.artisoo.com/
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Bach - Passacaglia BWV 582 - Karl Richter - Organ
 
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This is one of the most famous and magnificent pieces of music of all time, it was written by Johann Sebastian Bach. I am aware of the fact that the pictures used are arranged anachronistically, so please don't comment on it . Pictures: 1.Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore: Firenze, Italia 2.Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore: Firenze, Itlaia 3.Westminster Bridge: London, England (Canaletto, 1746) 4.Basilica Papale di San Pietro in Vaticano: Roma, Italia 5.Basilica Papale di San Pietro in Vaticano: Roma, Italia ( Pannini, 1755) 6.Piazza San Marco: Venezia, Italia (Canaletto, 1730) 7.Dutch ships, including the 'Mauritius', set sail for East India (Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom, 1600) 8.Parade of the Black Sea Fleet (Ivan Aivazovsky, 1849) 9.Four Days Fight, 1114 June 1666 (Abraham Storck, 1666) 10.Battle of Gibraltar: Explosion of the Spanish Flagship 1607 (Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom, 1607) 11.Battle of Preveza 1538 (Ohannes Umed Behzad, 1866) 12.Battle of Navarino 1827 (Ivan Aivazovsky, 1846) 13.Battle of Trafalgar 1805 (William Clarkson Stanfield, 1836) 14.Pietà (Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, 1499) 15.Johann Sebastian Bach (Elias Gottlob Haussmann, 1748) 16.Battle of Mohacs 1526 (Bertalan Székely, 1866) 17.Battle of Tours 732 (Charles de Steuben ca. 1834-37) 18.Battle of Orsha 1514 (Unknown Painter taught by Lucas Cranach the Elder 1524?-1530?) 19.Battle of Hohenfriedberg 1745: March of the Prussian Grenadiers (Carl Röchling 1913?) 20.Battle of Poltava 1709 (Dennis Martens the Younger 1726)
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Dark Classic
 
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A collection of dark picture. Music by Ivan Tregub - Title: Drakkar List pictures: Antonio Muñoz Degrain, la laguna di Venezia; 1886 Arthur Rackham, The Haunted Wood; 1913 Caspar David Friedrich, The Cemetery Entrance; c. 1825 Erik Bodom, The Bondhus Glacier in Sunnhordland; 1878 Follower of Rembrandt, A Man seated reading at a Table in a Lofty Room; 1628-30 Friedrich Josef Nicolai Heydendahl (1844-1906), Untitled Giovanni Serritelli, Moonlight; 1859 Grigory Ivanovich Kapustin (1865-1925), Night landscape with moonglade Hjalmar Munsterhjelm, Moonlight over the Sea; 1876 Ivan Aivazovsky, Beach in the Moonlight; 1864 Ivan Aivazovsky, Moon Night; 1885 Johan Barthold Jongkind, Windmill on the water, Holland; c. 1843 John Atkinson Grimshaw, October after glow; 1885 John Joseph Enneking, Eventide; 1877 Joseph Mallord William Turner, Fishermen at Sea; c. 1796 Knud Baade (1808-1879), Romantic Landscape in Moonlight Louis Apol (1850-1936), A snowy woodland scene Ludwig Mecklenburg (1820-1882), Nürnberg. Vollmondnacht über den Brücken der Pegnitz Miramare Castle, Trieste; photochrome, late 1890's Sophus Jacobsen (1833-1912), Fisherman in the Moonlight
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