Arseny Meschersky (1834-1902), Fishermen at Crimea. Oil on canvas.

Meschersky Arseny (Russia, 19th Century)

Arseny Meschersky (1834-1902), Fishermen at Crimea. Oil on canvas.

List Price $12,000

Original oil on canvas, titled Fishermen at Crimea depicts two figures in a small rowboat. The male figure is standing and casting a large net into the sea while the female figure is sitting and keeping the boat steady. This painting is signed and dated.

FRAMED: HEIGHT: 21 in | WIDTH: 27 in
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 33 in | WIDTH: 39 in

Origin Russia
Category Oils
Period 19th Century
Style Realism
ConditionVery good

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"Meshchersky studied at the Academy of Arts, St. Petersburg. He was a full member of the St. Petersburg Society of Artists, founded in 1890, alongside other members such as A. D. Kivshenko, I. E. Krachkovsky, K. Y. Kryzhitsky, L. F. Lagorio, and N. A. Samokish. The Society’s major aim was the development and dissemination of arts in Russia. Following his years of study at the Academy of Arts, Meshchersky was awarded a travel scholarship to Europe and, like many of his contemporaries perfected his technique in the workshops of German and Dutch masters. He achieved the status of Academician in 1864 for Morning on the Southern Shores of the Crimea, rising to the post of Professor in 1876. "