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Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was the prodigal Russian-Armenian artist who cherished a well earned success for no other artists of the contemporary times attained such brilliance in capturing the sea with such vividness and sublime conviction, not to mention an almost apparent ease. He explored what was considered to be the most difficult of all subjects for a painter—the changing moods of the sea. He was appointed as a professional marine painter and he spent much of his times by the sea while he loved it sincerely.\n

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ivan konstantinovich aivazovsky the elements

Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky- The elements of romanticism in Marine Art

Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovskywas the prodigal Russian-Armenian artist who cherished a well earned success for no other artists of the contemporary times attained such brilliance in capturing the sea with such vividness and sublime conviction, not to mention an almost apparent ease. He explored what was considered to be the most difficult of all subjects for a painter—the changing moods of the sea. He was appointed as a professional marine painter and he spent much of his times by the sea while he loved it sincerely. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s love for sea never was left unspoken; he took to the brushes to express his curiosity, his devotions, his devastation his craze for the sea. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s paintings, often the seascapes and the shipwrecks quote to the romantic painter in him. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s paintings represented romanticism in an entirely new light of marine paintings. During those pioneering days, his paintings rode on the romantic tide speaking of the spells of imagination, far beyond the realms of realism. Yet, they were minutely detailed and apt.

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Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky- The elements of romanticism in Marine Art

Beginning his career in art, Aivazovsky entered in a world, the world of Russian art which was immensely dominated by Romanticism. And Russian landscape paintings were no exceptions, it was the romantic mood that fine-tuned the terms for Russian landscape painting, during the second half of the nineteenth century. It’s barely surprising that the paintings of Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky bear the elements of romanticism too, traces tying back to both his early works as well as his in most of his later works. The reflection of the romantic period can be seen in the choice of his subjects on which he based his art— for example, his love for the devastation of the sea, the changing moods, the colours the dramatic tones. He repeatedly returns back to the moments of shipwreck, the turmoil that evokes primal emotions. Even his choice of depicting the raging sea battles or the storms lurking evoke such strong sensation that the echo of the romanticism cannot possibly be escaped. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky always struggled through the emotions but always found the shore, he never lost his way mid-sea. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s paintings of the shipwreck and the stormy night evokes emotions, titillates the psyche of its audiences. Explore his art. Buy Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s paintings online.

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Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky- The elements of romanticism in Marine Art

Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky was deeply drawn towards Karl PavlovichBryullov’s work, “The Last Day of Pompeii”. The great success of the painting made a lasting impression on him. To Aivazovsky; the painting was a symbol of the victory of Romantic school in Russian art scene of late nineteenth century. Both the painting as well as its maker Bryullov impacted Aivazovsky deeply it played an important role in stimulating him towards his own creative development. See how he captured the time and the tide through his depictions. Check out Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s art online and you will see the connecting dots to Bryullov’s work.

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Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky- The elements of romanticism in Marine Art

His love for the romantic school wasn’t just a repercussion of the time, he was raised as an artist to create art following the very school, touching upon the very subjects of romanticism, bringing together the pieces of emotions that creative minds bury deep down only to erupt at a fateful moment of storm when the ship finally wrecks. Aivazovsky was brought up as an artist in the spirit of romanticism by his teacher Maxim NikiforovichVorobiev (1787-1855) who taught Aivazovsky in the Academy’s landscape class. The early days of the nineteenth century art, the first half, generally combined a touch of realism with romanticism in Russia. The audience can very well notice the same in the compositions of Aivazovsky who often interweaved borh the principle of expressions together. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s art works stretched the boundaries of romanticism, shaped and contributed to the new genre, marine paintings. Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky’s marine paintings are available online. Explore the journey of the romantic painter Ivan KonstantinovichAivazovsky.

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