The Last Snow by Konstantin Korovin

State Memorial Historical, Artistic and Natural Museum-Reserve VD Polenov, Tula Region. The last snow, like many of Savrasov’s landscapes, is full of charm and intimacy, discovered in the unspoiled corner

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Pier in Gurzuv by Konstantin Korovin

Creativity dedicated to the Crimea – a separate page in the work of Konstantin Korovin. The artist purchased a site on the shore of Gurzuf Bay, where he built a

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Self-portrait by Konstantin Korovin

The last self-portrait of the artist is full of vivid expression. According to the depth of expressed feelings, on the confident modeling of the head it can not be said

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Paper Lanterns by Konstantin Korovin

In the late 1890’s. Korovin continued to work on the sets for performances, in particular, he helped to arrange the staging of the operas of Gluck and Rimsky-Korsakov. It is

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At the tea table by Konstantin Korovin

To the first truly impressionistic works of Korovin it is customary to refer, so-called, “zhukov” paintings. The cycle was named after the village of Zhukovka, where the Polenovs’ dacha was

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Moskvoretsky Bridge by Konstantin Korovin

Being a native Muscovite, Konstantin Korovin nevertheless rarely depicted his native city landscapes, although, undoubtedly, he derived inspiration from this, so the painting “Moskvoretsky Bridge” can be called with certainty

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In the summer by Konstantin Korovin

The harmony of man and the world around him, the inseparability of their existence – this is what is expressed both in the dacha and the girl on the threshold,

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Winter in Lapland by Konstantin Korovin

The north literally charmed Korovin, he enthusiastically told Serov: “What a wonderful land, North Wild! And there is not a single bit of anger from people here… And what kind

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Spring by Konstantin Korovin

Konstantin Korovin is rightfully considered one of the founders of Russian impressionism. Favorite student Savrasov, a follower of Nesterov and Levitan, he created so bright and colorful works that, against

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On the World by Konstantin Korovin

In the painting, for the first time in our painting, there is a sharp conflict typical of the Russian village of that time: at a rural meeting a poor peasant,

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