Large colourful Russian winter landscape created in ca. 1890-1900s by well-renowed Estonian-Russian landscape and genre artist Andrej Egorov( 1878 Aruküla by Revel ( now Tallinn) - 1954 Tallinn). Untill 1921 he lived and worked in St.Petersburg, later in Tallinn. He was deaf and dumb, at first time of his Petersburg´s life he studied in the special institute for deaf people, afterthen - in the Drawing School (OPH) in 1898-1901 and in the Art Academy by Ilya Repin and D.H.Kardovsky (1902-1904). In 1909 for his painting "In the village" he recieved title of master painter. Since 1911 he was a member of art society of Arkhip Kuinji and participant of exhibitions since 1907. main motives of his works nature and people of Russia and Estonia.
Literature : in German: Thieme/Becker "Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon", Leipzig, 1999; in Russian: Solovjev V.D."Russian Painters of 18-20 centuries"(in russian), Moscow, 2005
Inscription: signed lower right.
Technique: framed mix media on paper.
Measurements: unframed w 39 1/3" x h 28" (100 x 71 cm), framed w 44 1/8" x h 32 3/4" ( 112 x 83 cm).
Condition: in very good condition.