MARKOV Alexei Tarasovich( Painter)
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Biography MARKOV Alexei Tarasovich
(1802 - 1878), studied at the Academy of Fine Arts under the leadership of Andrei Ivanov, A. Egorova and B. Shebuyev. Received in 1824. two silver medals in the same year he graduated from the course with a small gold medal for the program: "Priam seeks from the corpse of Hector, Achilles'. In 1830, for the picture: "Socrates converses with students about the immortality of the soul", was awarded a large gold medal and sent abroad. In Dresden, copied Raphael's Sistine Madonna, in Rome, played a copy of the fresco of the same artist: "Fire in the Borgo" (both - in an academic museum) and wrote a scene: "Fortune and the Beggar" (in the museum of Alexander III), to give him in 1836, Mr.. an academician, and the finished sketch: "Saint Eustace Plakida in the Coliseum (in the Rumyantsev Museum), for which the Academy has recognized Markov Professor 2 articles. In 1852, Mr.. promoted to professors 1 Article. Not having a particularly strong talent, but being an excellent draftsman, Markov benefited mainly Russian art teaching. From works Markov should indicate, . over above-named, . a huge painting: "Joseph, . Egypt, . meets his brothers, . in the attic of St. Isaac's Cathedral, . Two ceiling in the same temple, . the image of the iconostasis in the Church of the Annunciation cavalry regiment of the Guards, . Painting at the sails of the dome of the church Vvedensky Semenov regiment and the ceiling of the main dome in Moscow's Cathedral of the Savior, . depicting Triipostasnogo God - in which, . however, . Markov belongs only to the composition, . and its processing and letter - and,
. Makarov and. Kramskoy, H. Koshelev and K. Wenig. - Brother Markov, Mikhail Tarasovich (1802 - 30), a painter who was educated at the Academy under the guidance Shebuyev, handed high hopes, but died before they could fully justify. In the museum of Alexander III, his picture: "The Roman shepherd" at the Museum Academy - a copy of Raphael's Madonna di Foligno.