Oil on canvas mounted on cardboard
53,3 х 71
State Russian Museum
Пост.: 1939 из УДИ при СНК СССР; ранее ‒ собр. Н.В.Власова (Москва)
The Impressionist period in the oeuvre of Nikolai Krymov, a leading Neoclassical artist of the 1910s, falls on the mid-1900s. His landscapes of those years often subtly combine Impressionist devices with the artistic tongue of children’s drawings.
Krymov, Nikolai Petrovich (1884, Moscow — 1958, Moscow)
Painter, graphic artist, theorist of painting. Studied under Valentin Serov and Konstantin Korovin at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1904–1911). Member of the Union of Russian Artists (from 1910). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1904). Contributed to the exhibitions of the Moscow Fellowship of Artists (1905, 1906, 1922, 1924), Union of Russian Artists (1906–1923), World of Art (1921, 1922), Association of Artists of Revolutionary Russia (1925), International Exhibitions in Brussels (1910), Rome (1911), Venice (1924) and the Exhibitions of Russian Art in Vienna (1908), Paris (1910), Prague (1912) and Berlin (1922). Taught at the Higher Art and Technical Studios (1920–1922) and the Memory of 1905 School of Art in Moscow (1934–1936). Designed for theatres in Moscow (from 1910). Corresponding member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR (1949). Merited Artist of the RSFSR (1942). People’s Artist of the RSFSR (1956).