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Julius von Klever (Tartu 1850 - St. Petersburg 1924)


Russian Wood

Lot-No. 51

Proceeds : 24.800,00 €


Oil/canvas, 101 x 70,5 cm, lo. le. cyrillic Yulij Klever, min. dam., relined to the margins. - Estonian landscape painter, studied at the St. Petersburg academy since 1867 under M. Clodt u. M.N. Worobjew, repeatedly decorated already as student he became professor at the St. Petersburg academy in 1881 a. was ennobled in 1893, exhibited at all major exhibitions in Europe where he was considered to be the most important Russian landscape painter, he is the main exponent of the "paysage intime" in Russia, depicting with unrivalled virtuosity the melancolical beauty of the Baltic coasts a. of the Russian woods. - Mus.: Moskau (Tretyakov Gall.), St. Petersburg (Russ. Mus.), Tartu u.a. - Lit.: Boetticher, Thieme-Becker, Bénézit.

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Julius von Klever: Russian Wood


Julius von Klever (Tartu 1850 - St. Petersburg 1924)

Russian Wood

Lot-No. 51

Proceeds : 24.800,00 €

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Oil/canvas, 101 x 70,5 cm, lo. le. cyrillic Yulij Klever, min. dam., relined to the margins. - Estonian landscape painter, studied at the St. Petersburg academy since 1867 under M. Clodt u. M.N. Worobjew, repeatedly decorated already as student he became professor at the St. Petersburg academy in 1881 a. was ennobled in 1893, exhibited at all major exhibitions in Europe where he was considered to be the most important Russian landscape painter, he is the main exponent of the "paysage intime" in Russia, depicting with unrivalled virtuosity the melancolical beauty of the Baltic coasts a. of the Russian woods. - Mus.: Moskau (Tretyakov Gall.), St. Petersburg (Russ. Mus.), Tartu u.a. - Lit.: Boetticher, Thieme-Becker, Bénézit.

Russian Wood