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
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Date of birth17 July 1817 (in Julian calendar)
Feodosiya
Date of death19 April 1900 (in Julian calendar)
Feodosiya
Place of burial
Country of citizenship
Residence
Educated at
  • Repin Institute of Arts
Occupation
Movement
Sibling
  • Gabriel Aivazovsky
Notable work
  • Brig "Mercury" Attacked by Two Turkish Ships
  • Night at the Rodos island
  • The Ninth Wave
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]