Andrey Martynov Yefimovich( landscape)
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Biography Andrey Martynov Yefimovich
(1768 - 1826), a pupil of the Academy of Fine Arts, was formed under the leadership of Sam. Shchedrin. At the end of the course with a gold medal, sent abroad. In Rome, he worked under the influence of F. Hackert. He received the title of academician, then Adviser Academy. Accompanied Count Golovkin in Beijing and has written many kinds of Siberia and China, visited the Crimea and the shores of the Volga, whence also borrowed the plots to landscapes. He died in Rome. From his works are given two Crimean form (in the museum of Alexander III), type in the vicinity of Rome (in the museum of the Academy of Fine Arts) and the Saxon form (in the Rumyantsev Museum). Martynov played a lot of drawings in watercolor and gouache. Known to his colored lithograph of St. Petersburg.