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Astudin Mykola Lvovych (Astudin Nikolai von, 1847 - 1925)

Russian and German artist. Born in Moscow in a family of the diplomat, a Major of the Imperial Guard of Nicholas I. Received an education in St. Petersburg. In 1862, through Berlin, he got to Paris, where he took lessons from the renowned watercolorist and professor of the landscape painting A. Cassan. The acquaintance with Claude Monet and C. Rottmann made a strong influence on the artist . He travelled extensively around Italy and Finland, and exhibited his works in various galleries of Europe. In the years of 1876 - 1878 he held his solo exhibitions in Berlin, and in 1885 - in Zurich. Until 1904 he had lived and worked in Kassel and during 1904 - 1905 - in Bonn. He was widely known for his landscapes and urban views. He worked in watercolour, pastels, and collage technique. His works are stored in many museums and galleries of Western Europe and in private collections around the world.

Painters works:

Auction 18 Lot 15



«Alpine landscape»,
1871
canvas, oil; 4968;
at the bottom in the middle Astudin. 71.


Price: 8 000 12 000 $


Auction 8 Lot 8



«A city street», last quarter19thC
canvas, oil; 29,534


Price: 3 000 6000 $


Auction 24 Lot 17



«Old Town», the last quarter of the XIX century.
Oil on cardboard, 62.5 x47,5


Price: 60 000 - 80 000 uah


Auction 24 Lot 33



«In the mountains», in 1878
oil on canvas; 81x120


Price: 150 000 - 200 000 uah


Auction 25 Lot 16



«Castle on the Coast», 1908
il on canvas, 50x82,5


Price: 120 000 - 140 000 uah