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Fechin

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Product description

Nicolai Ivanovich Fechin (1881- 1955) was a Russian-American painter known for his portraits and works featuring Native Americans. After graduating with the highest marks from the Imperial Academy of Arts and travelling in Europe under a Prix de Rome, he returned to his native Kazan, where he taught and painted. He exhibited his first work in the United States in 1910 in an international exhibition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After immigrating with his family to New York in 1923 and working there for a few years, Fechin developed tuberculosis and moved West for a drier climate. He and his family settled in Taos, New Mexico, where he became fascinated by Native Americans and the landscape. After leaving Taos in 1933, Fechin eventually settled in southern California. Heavy book in Fine condition, appears unread but has a little shelf wear on the dust jacket. Full of colour illustrations.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce book
Author(s):
Tuluzakova, Galina
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
31cm x 24.5cm
Edition:
2014
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1906509220
ISBN-13:
9781906509224
Number of pages:
299
Publisher:
Unicorn

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Nicolai Ivanovich Fechin (1881- 1955) was a Russian-American painter known for his portraits and works featuring Native Americans. After graduating with the highest marks from the Imperial Academy of Arts and travelling in Europe under a Prix de Rome, he returned to his native Kazan, where he taught and painted. He exhibited his first work in the United States in 1910 in an international exhibition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After immigrating with his family to New York in 1923 and working there for a few years, Fechin developed tuberculosis and moved West for a drier climate. He and his family settled in Taos, New Mexico, where he became fascinated by Native Americans and the landscape. After leaving Taos in 1933, Fechin eventually settled in southern California. Heavy book in Fine condition, appears unread but has a little shelf wear on the dust jacket. Full of colour illustrations.

Added value:
Scarce book
Author(s):
Tuluzakova, Galina
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
31cm x 24.5cm
Edition:
2014
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1906509220
ISBN-13:
9781906509224
Number of pages:
299
Publisher:
Unicorn

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