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In the Cart. 1871

Lanceray Yevgueni,
Bronze
32 х 66 х 36

State Russian Museum

Annotation

Among the many compositions that were cast in bronze from Lanceray’s models, several on "peasant" subjects can be found. Lanceray’s works, replicated in bronze, were a worthy success, distinguished by their close attention to detail, genuine warmth, and the focus on everyday life among the
inhabitants of the vast expanses of Russia.

Author's Biography

Lanceray Evgeny

Lanceray, Evgeny Alexandrovich (1848, Morshansk, Tambov Gubernia — 1886, Neskuchnoe, Kursk Gubernia)
Sculptor. Studied at the Law Department of St. Petersburg university (1866–1870). Got no systematic art education, attended Nikolai Lieberich’s studio. Made a trip to Paris to study art of bronze casting (1867). Conferred title of class artist of the 2nd degree for his works shown at the Exhibition of the Imperial Academy of Arts (1869), conferred title of class artist of the 1st degree (1872). Honoured member of the Imperial Academy of Arts (1874). Worked mainly in easel sculpture, author of numerous genre, historical and ethnographic compositions.


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