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Vasili Vasilievich Vereshchagin

 (1842 - 1904)
Vasili Vasilievich Vereshchagin was active/lived in Russian Federation, Germany.  Vasili Vereshchagin is known for portrait, figure, landscape and genre painting.

Vasili Vasilievich Vereshchagin

Works from Vereshchagin's important Balkan series, which documented his first-hand impressions of the Russo-Turkish War from 1877-78 were included in Vereschagin's 1888 exhibition in America which traveled from New York to Chicago, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston.  The painting titled The Spy was sold in 1891 at the landmark American Art Galleries auction in New York.

The incident depicted in The Spy was witnessed by Vereschagin while he was posted in the fortified town of Giurgevo on the lower banks of the Danube.  He often used to walk along the avenues and boulevards with General Skobelev, who one day took him to witness the following scene: "Come and see them leading away a spy,"  ...  Displaying 750 of 11683 characters.

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About  Vasili Vasilievich Vereshchagin

Born:  1842 - Ljubez (Nowgorod)
Died:   1904 - Port Arthur
Known for:  portrait, figure, landscape and genre painting