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Longin Christianovich Fricke "Coastal motif by Tsar's residence Peterhof", drawing, 1849 1200 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 900,00 EUR
Longin Christianovich Fricke "Coastal motif by Tsar's residence Peterhof", drawing, 1849
1200 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 900,00 EUR
Same as the author's similar work housed in private Moscow collection of Tatiana and Sergei Podstanitski (see our image nr.10), this drawing shows a coastal motif by the Tsar's residence "Peterhof" in the suburb of St. Petersburg.
Longin Christianovich Fricke (1820 St. Petersburg - 1893 Crimea) began studying at the St. Petersburg Imperial Academy of Fine Arts in 1833 and was awarded a golden medal upon his graduation in 1839. Shortly afterwards, he received an academic scholarship that allowed him to study in Italy, and, as result, spent six years in this country. In 1847, he returned to St. Petersburg. He was bestowed with the title of an "Academician" for the works completed during his stay in Italy.
Creation Year: 1849
Measurements: UNFRAMED:15,2x22,1cm/6,0x8,7in FRAMED: 24,4x31,6cm/9,6x12,4in
Object Type: Framed drawing
Style: 19th century Russian paintings
Technique: pencil and watercolor on brownish paper; matted and framed
Inscription: signed and dated: "L. Fricke /6 N.(ovember) 1849"
Creator: Longin Christianovich Fricke
Creator Dates: 1820 St. Petersburg-1893 Crimea
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