RABUS Karl Ivanovich( Painter-landscape)
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Biography RABUS Karl Ivanovich
1800 - 1857
defined by their guardians, in 1810, a pensioner of the Academy of Fine Arts. It initially showed a great ability to historical painting, but then, behind diseases of the eye from the other academy students, took up the scenery and the number of students enrolled in Professor MM. Ivanova. In 1821, received a small gold medal for the "View seaside town", was released from the academy with a certificate of degree 2. Soon after he had a chance to go to the Ukraine, where made a trip to Crimea. For Type Gurzuf "(in the museum of the Academy of Fine Arts) received in 1827, Mr.. title of academician. A year after the first visit to Crimea Rabus visited, except the Crimea and Odessa, Constantinople, the Bank of Greece and Italy, Tyrol, Vienna, Germany and some items for a long time he lived in Dresden, where he has compiled a close acquaintance with the arts and literature. On his return to Russia, has repeatedly been in the Ukraine and 1834. lived in Moscow, . state teacher perspectives in the Kremlin palace architecture school and in the Constantine landmark Institute and a professor of landscape painting and perspective drawing in the Stroganov School and the School of Painting, . Sculpture and Architecture,
. Not having a strong talent, Rabus was a very hardworking, very much fond of art, clever, heartfelt, and perhaps the most educated of all Russian artists of his time. In his youth, he has contributed significantly to the development of curiosity in his school friend, the famous AA. Ivanovo. He had many friends in the circle of artists, writers and scientists. Almost all of Moscow's landscape artists formed in 1835 - 1856 respectively, had him as their leader. Of the many paintings Rabusa enough to point to the View of St. Basil (in the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow), "View of the Kremlin in the moonlight" (in the Moscow Armory), "The fishing hut on the shores of the Marmara Sea" (with AV. Kapnist) and "View of the Moscow Kremlin's Spassky Gate in the moonlight" (in the museum of Alexander III). Rabus was known among Muscovites as witty caricaturist. A. P-in.