ORLOV Pimen Nikitich( Painter)
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Biography ORLOV Pimen Nikitich
(1812 - 1863), son of a peasant. Having some acquaintance with a painting by a wandering painter, . traveled to Little Russia, and write to the landowners images and portraits, . sometimes paint the roof and floors, then entered volnoprihodyaschim student in the Imperial Academy of Arts, . where his principal mentor was to,
. Bryullov. In 1841, Mr.. settled in Rome, where he made his reputation as a portraitist. Of even greater fame he acquired his paintings on subjects from the Italian national household, . what: "Autumn Festival" (in the Rumyantsev Museum), . "Girl, . returning from the harvest "(ibid.), . Young a Roman fountain (acquired by Emperor Nicholas I), . "Italian Morning" (too), . "The scene at the time of the Roman carnival" (in the Academy of Fine Arts), . "Repentance bandit" and others,
. In 1857, Mr.. Orlov, remaining until the end of life in Italy, was elevated to the rank of Academician.