(1881 - 1944)
Ilya Ivanovich Mashkov was active/lived in Russian Federation. Ilya Mashkov is known for portrait, still life.
Ilya Mashkov was born in the Tsaritsyn (Volvograd) region in 1881. He studied at the Moscow college under Korovin, Sreov, Arkhipov and Pasternak, 1900-09 but he also taught at a private studio from 1905. He traveled widely visiting Turkey, Egypt, Spain, Germany, Italy and Britain. He became a portrait and still-life painter of extraordinary fluency and strength of color. He was included in museum and gallery shows all over the Soviet Union, winner of numerous prizes and a member of many Russian art organizations.
Around 1920 he was experimenting with boldly patterned paintings which showed the influence of postimpressionist and Fauve art. After the Revolution, he fell into line and began to turn out realistic still lifes which made ... Displaying 750 of 2225 characters.