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Ivan
Petrovich Volsky

Russia 
1817−1868
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Student of the Academy of Arts from 1833 to 1836 he Received 2 silver medals. In 1839 he graduated from the course with the rank of artist of painting perspective; 1849 - "assigned"; 1856 - academician of watercolor painting. In 1863 the honorary free member. (Kondakov)

Brush Wolski belong watercolors depicting the front interiors of the palaces, held in the collections of the State Hermitage.

"Among the watercolors that were performed with the aim of documenting, dominated by the ceremonial Palace interiors. They deserted and dressy and in addition to mastery of watercolors and reflect the craftsmanship of architects and designers. Great master, who created them, was academician Ivan Petrovich Volski, a talented pupil of Maxim Nikiforovich Vorobiev. Artist in watercolors "Interior of the Palace near Peterhof and the Winter Palace" perfectly solves the difficult long-term task, skillfully conveys light and air. His works are precise delicate and picturesque stroke of reproducing all shades of the decoration and material objects." (Princesa)

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