Oil on canvas
53,5 х 71,5
State Russian Museum
Пост. в 1930 из Общества им. А. И. Куинджи
Dubovskoi was an extremely productive painter, and he painted the majority of his paintings in realistic manner characteristic of the Wanderers. The artist, however, created his own kind of landscape, one that is always laconic and simple. The space, light, and air are the components of the landscape by which his work is unmistakably recognisable.
Dubovski, Nikolai Nikanorovich (1859, Novocherkassk — 1918, Petrograd)
Painter, teacher, landscapist. Studied at the Imperial Academy of Arts (1887–1881). Contributed to numerous national and international exhibitions. Academician (1898). Full member of the Imperial Academy of Arts (1900). Professor (from 1911, headed the landscape painting studio). Left by will a collection of paintings by Russian artists and a large number of paintings of his own to Novocherkassk.