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Bogdanov Mykola Grygorovych (1850 - 1892)

A Russian painter. Born in St. Petersburg. In the years of 1870 - 1879 he studied at St. Petersburg Academy of Arts and received small and large silver medals (1874, 1877). In 1879 was awarded the title of a class artist of the 3rd degree, in 1882 - the title of a class artist of the 1st degree and the right for a pensioners trip abroad. In the years of 1882 -1884 he was a pensioner of the Academy in Germany, France and Italy. Upon his return he lived in St. Petersburg. Participated in academic exhibitions (since 1881), in the art events of the Association of Itinerant Art Exhibitions (1880 - 1889, with interruptions), and all-Russian Art and Industrial Exhibition in Moscow (1882). The memorial exhibition was held in Odessa in 1894. He had become widely famous as a master of genre painting. The works are presented in the State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, and in the art museums of Irkutsk, Krasnodar, Penza, Nyzhnyi Novgorod, Chelyabinsk Picture Gallery, etc.

Painters works:

Auction 15 Lot 21



«Oriental etude», late 19thC
canvas on cardboard, oil; 1523,5


Price: 5 000 8 000 $


Auction 22 Lot 44



«Danbarton. New Hampshire», 1944
canvas, oil; 6176


Price: 4 000 6000 $