KONSTANTIN MAKOVSKY: The Tsar's Painter in America and Paris
This survey positions the 19th-century painter's work at the crossroads between late Imperial St. Petersburg, Belle-Epoque Paris, and America during the Gilded Age. Specific focus is given to three great canvases celebrating Russia's traditional wedding customs: A Boyar Wedding Feast (1883); Choosing the Bride (1887); and The Russian Bride's Attire (1889). Fully illustrated in color.
Size: 10¼x8½ inches
Item #: 3836568