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Orest Adamovich Kiprensky, Portrait of a Young Sculptor

Monogrammed and dated lower left: O.K.S. 1830Orest Kiprensky was born out of wedlock and named after his birth town of Koporje. He was raised by a serf named Adam Schwalb and began his studies at the Royal Art Academy of St. Petersburg at the tender age of six, remaining there until 1803. A portrait of his adoptive father Schwalb painted in 1804 was the beginning of Kiprensky's stellar career as a portrait painter, which would eventually earn him the moniker “the Russian van Dyck”. A planned educational sojourn financed by the Russian Tsarina had to be cancelled several times due to war, but Kiprensky eventually arrived in Italy in 1816, where he travelled between Rome and Naples until 1822. After returning to Russia for a period of six years, he returned to Italy in 1828, where he died in 1836 and was buried in Sant´Andrea delle Fratte. Kiprensky had contact to several sculptors over the course of his life. As a young man in Moscow he was acquainted with Ivan Martos, and later with Antonio Canova and Berthel Thorvaldsen in Rome, but the young sculptor in this work has not yet been identified. The piece was painted in Rome in 1830 and displays the Romantic tendencies characteristic of many of his works. Oreste Kiprensky's portraits are among the finest examples of Russian painting from the first quarter of the 19th century. Today, his works can be found in many important collections, such as the Tretyakov, which houses a charming self-portrait from 1828, among other pieces.Leggi di più

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