Иван Константинович Айвазовский

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Ivan Aivazovsky  (1817–1900) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q181568 s:hy:Հեղինակ:Հովհաննես Այվազովսկի q:hy:Հովհաննես Այվազովսկի
Ivan Aivazovsky
Alternative names

Russian: Иван Константинович Айвазовский (Ivan Konstantinovič Ajvazovskij)

Armenian: Հովհաննես Այվազովսկի
Description Armenian-Russian marine painter
Date of birth/death 17 July 1817 (in Julian calendar) 19 April 1900 (in Julian calendar)
Location of birth/death Feodosiya Feodosiya
Work location Italy, Russia, Turkey
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Self-portraits[edit]

Ivan Aivazovsky 
Aivazovsky portrait by Tyranov.jpg
Russian marine painter
Wikipedia
Date of birth 17 July 1817 (in Julian calendar)
Feodosiya
Date of death 19 April 1900 (in Julian calendar)
Feodosiya
Educated at
  • Repin Institute of Arts
Occupation
  • painter
Movement
Sibling
  • Gabriel Aivazovsky
Notable work
  • The Ninth Wave
  • Brig "Mercury" Attacked by Two Turkish Ships
  • Night at the Rodos island
Award received
Authority control
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Marine art[edit]

Historical seascapes[edit]

Seabattles[edit]

Shipwrecks[edit]

Shipwrecked[edit]

Crimea[edit]

Odessa[edit]

Sebastopol[edit]

Feodosiya[edit]

Italy[edit]

Bay of Naples[edit]

Venice[edit]

Saint Petersburg[edit]

Constantinople[edit]

Landscapes[edit]

Moscow[edit]

Rivers[edit]

Genre painting[edit]

Religious paintings[edit]

Portraits[edit]

Historical paintings[edit]

Others[edit]

Pushkin[edit]