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      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Jan. 07, 2024

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Oct. 08, 2023

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Jul. 02, 2023

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $900 - $1,150

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • IVAN VLADIMIROV (1870-1947) View of Sevastopol
        Jun. 28, 2023

        IVAN VLADIMIROV (1870-1947) View of Sevastopol

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        oil on canvas 27 x 38 cm huile sur toile 27 x 38 cm

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • IVAN VLADIMIROV (1870-1947) Refugees from Vilna
        Jun. 28, 2023

        IVAN VLADIMIROV (1870-1947) Refugees from Vilna

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        signed, titled in Cyrillic and dated 'I. Vladimirov/ 1916/ a flood of refugees from Vilna' (lower left) pastel on paper 30.5 х 42.5 cm painted in 1916 signé, titré en cyrillique et daté 'I. Vladimirov/ 1916/ un flot de réfugiés de Vilna' (en bas à gauche) pastel sur papier 30.5 х 42.5 cm peint en 1916

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • IVAN VLADIMIROV (RUSSIAN 1869-1947)
        Jun. 15, 2023

        IVAN VLADIMIROV (RUSSIAN 1869-1947)

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        IVAN VLADIMIROV (RUSSIAN 1869-1947) Agitation, oil on board 33 x 45 cm (13 x 17 3/4 in.) framed dimensions: 44 x 57 cm (17 3/8 x ) signed lower right

        Shapiro Auctions LLC
      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Apr. 09, 2023

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2023

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $950 - $1,250

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (russisch, 1869 - 1947), Jagdhund, Öl auf Leinwand
        Dec. 10, 2022

        Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (russisch, 1869 - 1947), Jagdhund, Öl auf Leinwand

        Est: -

        Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (russisch, 1869 - 1947), Jagdhund, Öl auf Leinwand, unten links bezeichnet, Maße: H. 62 cm, B. 70,5 cm, Rahmen: H. 109,5 cm, B. 87 cm. Guter altersbedingter Zustand, restauriert.

        Auktionshaus Demessieur
      • Vladimirov, Ivan A - Russische Kavallerie (Kosaken…
        Nov. 11, 2022

        Vladimirov, Ivan A - Russische Kavallerie (Kosaken…

        Est: €450 -

        Vladimirov, Ivan A Russische Kavallerie (Kosaken). Öl auf Holztafel. Links unten signiert (kyrill.). Um 1910. Bildgröße: 54 x 36 cm. Im goldbronzierten Leistenrahmen mit aufmontiertem "militärischen" Stuck. Ivan A. Vladimirov (1869-1947) wurde vor allem als Maler militärischer Szenen bekannt. Er erhielt seine künstlerische Ausbildung an der Petersburger Akademie bei F. Rubo, B. Villeval'de und A. Kivshenko, wurde Mitglied der Peredvizhniki und arbeitete bei Détaille in Paris. Als zeichnender Militärkorrespondent in mehreren Kriegen schuf er zahlreiche Entwürfe und Skizzen, auf die sein späteres Werk aufbaute. 1917 dokumentierte er die Ereignisse der Revolution, wurde später Mitglied der AHRR und schuf auch Plakate. Bekannt sind auch "inoffizielle" Zeichnungen. Arbeiten des Künstlers sind in Sammlungen bekannter russischer Museen vertreten. - Es sind mehrere, rechts unten signierte und teilweise beglaubigte Wiederholungen der Komposition durch den Künstler bekannt (als Ölbild und Aquarell). - Mit wenigen kleinen Fehlstellen im Bild, leicht fleckig, Rahmen mit restaurierten Brüchen im Stuck sowie Goldabplatzungen.

        Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Oct. 09, 2022

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $1,000 - $1,300

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

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      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Jul. 03, 2022

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $1,050 - $1,350

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ivan Vladimirov (1869-1947) - Wold War I. Soldiers in the front line
        Jun. 26, 2022

        Ivan Vladimirov (1869-1947) - Wold War I. Soldiers in the front line

        Est: €8,000 - €10,000

        Ivan Vladimirov (1869-1947) Wold War I. Soldiers in the front line signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘I Vladimirov 1916’ (lower left) oil on canvas 56 x 75 cm Painted in 1916 Literature: RUSSIAN REALISM. XIX-XX CENTURIES, exh. cat., the State Gallery of Art, Sopot, Poland, 2014, p. 126 Exhibited: RUSSIAN REALISM. XIX-XX CENTURIES, the State Gallery of Art, Sopot, Poland, 2014

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • VLADIMIROV, IVAN ALEKSEEVICH: Scheuneninterieur mit Familie am Klavier.
        May. 06, 2022

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN ALEKSEEVICH: Scheuneninterieur mit Familie am Klavier.

        Est: CHF2,000 - CHF3,000

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN ALEKSEEVICH (Vilnius 1869 - 1947 Leningrad) : Scheuneninterieur mit Familie am Klavier; Öl auf Leinwand; 49x66 cm; sig. u. dat. 1922 u.r.

        Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
      • ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting
        Apr. 17, 2022

        ATTR TO Ivan Vladimiroff (Russia,1868-1947) oil painting

        Est: $1,050 - $1,350

        ARTIST: ATTRIBUTED TO Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Lithuanian, Russian, 1868 - 1947) NAME: Train Passing through Village MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: One faint scratch 1" long. Minor craquelure. No visible inpaint under UV light. Wear to frame. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 29 inches / 60 x 73 cm FRAME SIZE: 33 x 38 inches / 83 x 96 cm SIGNATURE: lower right CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120212 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov - Russian, Soviet painter and draftsman, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Known as an artist of the realistic school in painting, a battle painter and the author of a series of documentary sketches of the revolutionary events of 1917, the everyday life of war communism in 1918-1921.Ivan Alekseevich was born in Vilna (Vilnius) in the family of a priest Alexei Vladimirov (born 1830) and an Englishwoman Kate Vladimiroff (Waghorn). Father, at one time worked as a librarian at the Moscow English Club. Mother was a watercolorist.At the age of 12, Ivan was already working as a coal miner. He traveled a lot alone in England and Polissya. He received his artistic education at the Vilna Drawing School of Ivan Trutnev. He studied at the St. Petersburg cadet school, left the service due to illness. In 1891-1893 he studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he specialized with Bogdan Villevalde, Alexei Kivshenko and Franz Roubaud.He volunteered for the 210th Izhora Battalion of the Russian Army. In 1894 he attended the Military Infantry School.Every year he spent summers in the Caucasus in mountain villages, bringing from there material for paintings that were awarded large and small silver medals: "The Capture of the Turkish Redoubt", "Dressing Station during the Caucasian War". For the painting "Dressing station during the Caucasian War" in 1893 he received the title of class artist of the second degree, which gave him the opportunity to start independent work. In 1897, for the painting "The Battle of the Adyghes on the Malka River" he was awarded the title of class artist of the first degree.He was an art correspondent for the Niva magazine during the Russian-Japanese (1904-1905), Balkan (1912-1913) and World War I.Vladimirov owns copies and sketches of the remains of the painting of the X-XI centuries of the Sentinsky temple in the Teberdinsky gorge of Karachay-Cherkessia.Being an opponent of modernism in art, he offered his paintings for the exhibition of artists "World of Art", but was rejected as an outdated realist. Then he painted several paintings on Finnish subjects in the manner of the World of Art, and under a Finnish pseudonym he gave these paintings to the exhibition. He was accepted, received flattering words from Alexandre Benois, the paintings were sold.And only at the end of the exhibition, Vladimirov exposed the whole intrigue with a letter to the newspaper. The artist received a lot of sympathetic letters, even a postcard from Ilya Repin, congratulating Vladimirov on a successful modernist prank: "Dear Ivan Alekseevich! I hasten to greet you for your magnificent joke on impudent mazilki and pathetic pygmies who imagined themselves to be innovators of our native art. Your joke dealt a deadly blow to all the decadents and other muffins - the enemies of realism in painting."In the 1910s he lived with his wife and two daughters at his dacha on Morskaya Street. Now the territory of the former dacha of Vladimirov is part of the governor's dacha of the village of Komarovo.In 1917-1918, while working in the Petrograd police, he painted portraits of wanted criminals. He made a large series of documentary sketches of the events of 1917-1918 ("The Arrest of the Tsarist Generals" (1918), "Petrograd. Spring 1918" (1918), etc.).In 1921, he collaborated with the American Relief Administration (ARA), primarily with Frank Golder and Donald Ranshaw, as well as with the Youthful Christian Association (YMCA) - with Spurgeon Milton Keene and Ethan Theodore Colton. All four bought his drawings, which were then taken to the United States.During the Soviet-Finnish war, due to his age, he could not go to the front and, according to newspaper reports, he created the paintings "Surrender of the White Finns", "Entry of Soviet troops to Vyborg".During the Great Patriotic War, he was in besieged Leningrad, prepared posters, made sketches and sketches, painted pictures ("The Battle for Tikhvin", 1943; "Fight on the Streets of Berlin", 1946), kept a diary of the blockade.He died on December 14, 1947 in Leningrad at the age of 78. He was buried at the Serafimovsky cemetery in St. Petersburg.The works of I. A. Vladimirov are kept in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, in museums and private collections.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Russian, 1869-1947) Train depot
        Dec. 01, 2021

        Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Russian, 1869-1947) Train depot

        Est: £800 - £1,200

        Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (Russian, 1869-1947) Train depot signed in Cyrillic and dated '1920' (lower right), titled in Cyrillic (lower left) watercolour on paper 27 x 34.5cm (10 5/8 x 13 9/16in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • IVAN VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) - An episode from the First World War. D…
        Nov. 25, 2021

        IVAN VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) - An episode from the First World War. D…

        Est: €4,000 - €5,500

        IVAN VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) An episode from the First World War. Departure of the Cossacks on the village outskirts signed in Cyrillic «Petrovichev 1918» (lower right) oil on board 13 x 32 cm executed in 1916 ИВАН АЛЕКСЕЕВИЧ ВЛАДИМИРОВ (1869 / 1870-1947) Эпизод из Первой Мировой войны. Разъезд казаков у деревенской околицы подпись справа внизу ‘И. Владимировъ 1916’ картон, масло 13 x 32 см 1916 год Знаменитый художник-баталист. Начальное художественное образование получил в Виленской рисовальной школе. С 1888 года – вольнослушатель в батальном классе петербургской Академии художеств (у Б. Виллевальде.) В 1889-1891 занимался в Одесском училище изящных искусств. В качестве художника посещал театры боевых действий восстания в Китае (1900), русско-японской (1904-1905), балканской и Первой мировой (1914-1917) войн. Художник-корреспондент журналов ‘Нива’, ‘Огонек’, ‘Dailygraphic’. С 1946 года – заслуженный деятель искусств РСФСР. Работы хранятся в Государственной Третьяковской галерее, Государственном Русском музее и многих собраниях России.

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian
        Oct. 15, 2021

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian

        Est: $300 - $400

        Ivan Alekseevic Vladimirov (1869-1947) ; the first half of 20 century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; 16 x 22 cm (6 x 9 in.) ; signed lower left

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      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        Aug. 12, 2021

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $400 - $500

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40

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      • Ivan Alekseevich VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) An episode from the First World War. Departure of the Cossacks on the village outskirts
        Jun. 16, 2021

        Ivan Alekseevich VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) An episode from the First World War. Departure of the Cossacks on the village outskirts

        Est: €4,000 - €5,500

        Ivan Alekseevich VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) An episode from the First World War. Departure of the Cossacks on the village outskirts signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1916’ (lower right) oil on board 13 x 32 cm executed in 1916 Иван Алексеевич Владимиров (1869 / 1870-1947) Эпизод из Первой Мировой войны. Разъезд казаков у деревенской околицы.подпись справа внизу ‘И. Владимировъ 1916’ картон, масло 13 x 32 см 1916 год Знаменитый художник-баталист. Начальное художественное образование получил в Виленской рисовальной школе. С 1888 года – вольнослушатель в батальном классе петербургской Академии художеств (у Б. Виллевальде.) В 1889-1891 занимался в Одесском училище изящных искусств. В качестве художника посещал театры боевых действий восстания в Китае (1900), русско-японской (1904-1905), балканской и Первой мировой (1914-1917) войн. Художник-корреспондент журналов ‘Нива’, ‘Огонек’, ‘Dailygraphic’. С 1946 года – заслуженный деятель искусств РСФСР. Работы хранятся в Государственной Третьяковской галерее, Государственном Русском музее и многих собраниях России.

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • IWAN ALEKSEEVITSCH WLADIMIROFF 1870 Vilno - 1947 Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Abschiednehmende Bauern
        Apr. 16, 2021

        IWAN ALEKSEEVITSCH WLADIMIROFF 1870 Vilno - 1947 Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Abschiednehmende Bauern

        Est: €5,000 - €10,000

        IVAN ALEXEJEVITCH VLADIMIRIOFF 1870 Vilno - Leningrad (St. Petersburg) 1947 Abschiednehmende Bauern VALEDICTORY PEASANTS Öl auf Leinwand. 48 cm x 69 cm. Unten rechts in Kyrillisch signiert 'I. Wladimirow', verso Oil on canvas, 48 by 69 cm, lower right in Cyrillic signed 'I. Vladimirov', on the backside dated '1930'. Provenienz: Auktion Bonhams London, The Russian Sale, 28.11.2005, Los 102. Provenance: Auction Bonhams London, The Russian Sale, 28.11.2005, lot 102. IWAN ALEKSEEVITSCH WLADIMIROFF 1870 Vilno - 1947 Leningrad (St. Petersburg) Abschiednehmende Bauern Öl auf Leinwand. 48 cm x 69 cm. Unten rechts in Kyrillisch signiert 'I. Wladimirow', verso datiert '1930'. Provenienz: Auktion Bonhams London, The Russian Sale, 28.11.2005, Los 102.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian
        Dec. 11, 2020

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian

        Est: $300 - $400

        Ivan Alekseevic Vladimirov (1869-1947) ; the first half of 20 century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; 16 x 22 cm (6 x 9 in.) ; signed lower left

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      • IVAN ALEKSEEVIC VLADIMIROV (1869-1947)
        Oct. 27, 2020

        IVAN ALEKSEEVIC VLADIMIROV (1869-1947)

        Est: €10,000 - €15,000

        War. Soldiers in the Front Line signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1916’ (lower left) oil on canvas 56 x 75 cm painted in 1916 ИВАН АЛЕКСЕЕВИЧ ВЛАДИМИРОВ (1870-1947) Война. Солдаты на фронтовой. подпись и дата ‘Владимиров 1916’ (слева внизу) Холст, масло 56 х 75 см 1916 год

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        Oct. 09, 2020

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $400 - $500

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40

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      • Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian
        Feb. 15, 2020

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian

        Est: $300 - $400

        Ivan Alekseevic Vladimirov (1869-1947) ; the first half of 20 century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; 16 x 22 cm (6 x 9 in.) ; signed lower left

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      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        Dec. 07, 2019

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $400 - $500

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40

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      • Painting of Russian soldiers "Card Game"
        Jun. 11, 2019

        Painting of Russian soldiers "Card Game"

        Est: €700 - €1,000

        Painting with the daily routine scene of Russian soldiers "Card Game". Signature "И Владимиров 1918". Ivan Alekseevich Vladimirov (1870-1947) - a Russian and Soviet painter. Dimensions with the frame: 36 x 30 cm.

        Baltic Auction Group
      • IVAN ALEXEIEVITCH VLADIMIROFF RUSSIAN 1869-1947
        Jun. 08, 2019

        IVAN ALEXEIEVITCH VLADIMIROFF RUSSIAN 1869-1947

        Est: $1,500 - $3,000

        Cossack Patrol, mixed media, 13 1/2 x 9 3/4 in (34.3 x 24.8 cm), signed lower right, PROVENANCE: Bonhams, London 2007 to a private collection New York

        Trinity International Auctions & Appraisals, LLC
      • Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian
        Apr. 06, 2019

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian

        Est: $300 - $400

        Ivan Alekseevic Vladimirov (1869-1947) ; the first half of 20 century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; 16 x 22 cm (6 x 9 in.) ; signed lower left

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      • Ivan Vladimirov ( Russian, 1869-1947 )
        Mar. 27, 2019

        Ivan Vladimirov ( Russian, 1869-1947 )

        Est: $2,000 - $2,500

        Ivan Vladimirov ( Russian, 1869-1947 ), oil on canvas, 14 x 30.5 cm, signed l.r.

        Arman Antiques LLC
      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        Feb. 16, 2019

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $400 - $500

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40

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      • IVAN ALEXEEVICH VLADIMIROV | Soldiers with Prostitute
        Nov. 27, 2018

        IVAN ALEXEEVICH VLADIMIROV | Soldiers with Prostitute

        Est: £7,000 - £9,000

        oil on board

        Sotheby's
      • Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian
        Sep. 01, 2018

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian

        Est: $300 - $400

        Ivan Alekseevic Vladimirov (1869-1947) ; the first half of 20 century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; 16 x 22 cm (6 x 9 in.) ; signed lower left

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      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        Sep. 01, 2018

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $300 - $400

        "Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40"

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      • Ivan Alekseevich VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) - Episode from the First Wor…
        Jun. 29, 2018

        Ivan Alekseevich VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) - Episode from the First Wor…

        Est: €4,000 - €5,000

        Ivan Alekseevich VLADIMIROV (1869 / 1870-1947) Episode from the First World War. Departure of the Cossacks on the village outskirts1916Oil on cardboard13 x 32 cmSigned on the lower right: "I.Vladimirov 1916".Иван Алексеевич ВЛАДИМИРОВ (1869/1870-1947)Эпизод из Первой Мировой войны. Разъезд казаков у деревенской околицы. 1916 год.картон, масло13 х 32 см.Подпись справа внизу: «И.Владимировъ 1916 г».Иван Алексеевич Владимиров - знаменитый художник-баталист. Начальное художественноеобразование получил в Виленской рисовальной школе. С 1888 г. – вольнослушатель в батальном классепетербургской Академии художеств (у Б. Виллевальде). В 1889-1891 занимался в Одесском училищеизящных искусств. В 1892-1897гг. учится в Академии у А. Кившенко и Ф. Рубо. В 1897 г. берет уроки уЭ.Детайля в Париже. В качестве художника посещал театры боевых действий восстания в Китае (1900),русско-японской 1904 - 1905, балканской и Первой мировой 1914 - 1917 войн. Художник-корреспондентжурналов «Нива», «Огонек» и «Dailygraphic». С 1946 – заслуженный деятель искусств РСФСР.Работы хранятся в Государственной Третьяковской галерее, Государственном Русском музее и многихдругих собраниях России.

        Hermitage Fine Art
      • VLADIMIROV Ivan Alexéevitch (1869-1947) La caravane juive
        Nov. 20, 2017

        VLADIMIROV Ivan Alexéevitch (1869-1947) La caravane juive

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        VLADIMIROV Ivan Alexéevitch (1869-1947) La caravane juive Aquarelle sur trait de crayon Signée à l’encre en cyrillique et datée « I. Vladimiro 1915 » en bas à droite. 19 x 28 cm. Esquisse à la mine de plomb au dos et cachet de collection 305 Peint en 1915 ВЛАДИМИРОВ ИВАН АЛЕКСЕЕВИЧ, Kараван; акварель, карандаш, подпись и дата справа внизу, эскиз карандашом с оборотной стороны и печать коллекции 305, написана в1915 г.

        Leclere - Maison de ventes
      • VLADIMIROV Ivan Alekseevic 1869-1947
        Nov. 07, 2017

        VLADIMIROV Ivan Alekseevic 1869-1947

        Est: €500 - €600

        VLADIMIROV Ivan Alekseevic 1869-1947 "Theater costume" Watercolor on paper signed lower right 34 x 21 cm

        The Bru Sale Gallery
      • Original Vintage 1910s Russian World War I Bonds Poster
        Oct. 14, 2017

        Original Vintage 1910s Russian World War I Bonds Poster

        Est: $360 - $600

        Artist: Vladimirov, Ivan Alekseevich 1869 - 197. 5 1/2% War Loan (Russian Text). Technique: Lithograph ca. 1916. Size: 38.1 x 26.7 in. (97 x 68 cm)Printer: no information. Condition Details: (A) on linen, minimal tears and creasing. Estimate: 600. Reserve / Starting Price: 360.

        PosterConnection Inc.
      • IVAN A. VLADIMIROV (1869-1947). ["NIVA" MAGAZINE.] 1914. 39x27 inches, 99x69 cm. Neva, Petrograd.
        Aug. 02, 2017

        IVAN A. VLADIMIROV (1869-1947). ["NIVA" MAGAZINE.] 1914. 39x27 inches, 99x69 cm. Neva, Petrograd.

        Est: $400 - $600

        IVAN A. VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ["NIVA" MAGAZINE.] 1914. 39 1/4x27 1/4 inches, 99 3/4x69 1/4 cm. Neva, Petrograd. Condition B: tears and creases at edges; staining in upper margin; small stickers and pencil notations in lower image; pin holes in corners. Mounted on period linen.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947)
        Nov. 30, 2016

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947)

        Est: £7,000 - £9,000

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947) Night Patrol, signed and dated 1904. Oil on canvas, 53 by 93.5 cm. Provenance: Private collection, Europe. Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov.

        MacDougall's
      • VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947)
        Nov. 30, 2016

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947)

        Est: £8,000 - £12,000

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947) Earnest Letter, signed and dated 1899. Oil on canvas, 71.5 by 36.5 cm. Provenance: Collection of N. Pushkov, Leningrad, in the 1970s. Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov. Exhibited: Spring Exhibition, Imperial Academy of Arts, St Petersburg, 1899. Literature: A. Roshchin, Ivan Aleksandrovich Vladimirov. Zhizn i tvorchestvo. 1869–1947, Leningrad, Khudozhnik RSFSR, 1974, p. 76, listed under works from 1899 as Serioznyi otvet.

        MacDougall's
      • Ivan Vladimirov ( Russian, 1869-1947 )
        Nov. 28, 2016

        Ivan Vladimirov ( Russian, 1869-1947 )

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Ivan Vladimirov ( Russian, 1869-1947 ), oil on canvas, 14 x 30.5 cm, signed l.r.

        Arman Antiques LLC
      • IVAN ALEKSEEVICH VLADIMIROV (1869-1947). [5½% WAR LOAN / YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE LOAN GIVES NEW STRENGTH TO OUR VALIANT TROUPS.] Circ
        Aug. 03, 2016

        IVAN ALEKSEEVICH VLADIMIROV (1869-1947). [5½% WAR LOAN / YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE LOAN GIVES NEW STRENGTH TO OUR VALIANT TROUPS.] Circ

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        IVAN ALEKSEEVICH VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) [5 1/2% WAR LOAN / YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE LOAN GIVES NEW STRENGTH TO OUR VALIANT TROUPS.] Circa 1916. 38x26 1/2 inches, 96 1/2x67 1/2 cm. Condition A: minor creases in margins and image. Borkan p. 239.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947), Winter Scene with Two Cossack Horsemen, signed and dated 1916.
        Jun. 08, 2016

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947), Winter Scene with Two Cossack Horsemen, signed and dated 1916.

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        VLADIMIROV, IVAN (1870-1947), Winter Scene with Two Cossack Horsemen, signed and dated 1916, Oil on canvas, laid on cardboard, 32.5 by 48 cm. Provenance:  Collection of the Danish Consul General in St Petersburg, Michael Arentz Langberg, and his wife, Lidia Autz. Private collection, UK. Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov.

        MacDougall's
      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        May. 29, 2016

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $400 - $500

        "Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40"

        Art-Torg
      • VLADIMIROV Ivan Alekseevic 1869-1947
        May. 10, 2016

        VLADIMIROV Ivan Alekseevic 1869-1947

        Est: €120 - €150

        Watercolor on paper Signed and titled lower center 27,5 x 19 cm

        The Bru Sale Gallery
      • Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia
        Apr. 23, 2016

        Ivan VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russia

        Est: $500 - $700

        "Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) ; early 20th century ; watercolor on paper ; framed ; dimensions 16 x 10 cm (6 1/3 x 4 in.) ; signed lower left ; Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 , National post with tracking service - $80 ; Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 , National post with tracking service - $40"

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      • Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian
        Feb. 20, 2016

        Ivan Alekseevic VLADIMIROV (1869-1947) Russian

        Est: $300 - $400

        "Ivan Alekseevic Vladimirov (1869-1947) the first half of 20 century watercolor on paper ; framed 16 x 22 cm (6 x 9 in.) signed lower left Shipping to USA: DHL - $160 ; National post with tracking service - $80 Shipping to Europe, Russia, Middle Assia: DHL - $100 ; National post with tracking service - $40"

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