4 19th Century Russian Artist Fyodor Vasilyev

19th Century Russian Artist Fyodor Vasilyev

Posted on February 23, 2015 by tim

The life of Fyodor Vasilyev was drastically short: he lived only for twenty three years from 1850 to 1873, just imagine. But in this very short span of his life he has left a whole legacy of his artwork telling about the life in Russia and Russian village. As this first picture above. More are inside:

Not much comments on those just take a look if you like art and history of Russia.


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4 Responses to “19th Century Russian Artist Fyodor Vasilyev”

  1. Rob Normann says:

    What a painter he was. Just incredible how he painted with light. And so amazing to see how they lived so long ago.

  2. Erik says:

    What an amazing land and the scenes he put on canvas !!!
    What loss .
    Thank you

  3. Voivode says:

    A natural born painter, he was obsessed with art, showed a great interest in painting and drawing when he was just a child, dedicated all of his free time to painting and perfected his artist skills. There is little doubt that he would have achieved greater fame if he hadn’t died so early.

  4. regulator says:

    There are plenty of pictures among the shown, which are not from Fyodor Vasilyew, for example the first three on the third page, which are “View from Mount Holyoke, Northampton, Massachusetts, after a Thunderstorm—The Oxbow” by Thomas Cole and “Indian by a lake in a majestic California landscape” and “Nevada Falls, Yosemite” by T.Hill.

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