Kosakovsky, Johann Henrich (1853-1894).
Discover a collection of 19 etudes hailing from the 16th to 17th-century Russian ojaloo-themed paintings, meticulously crafted with pencil on paper. Among these is an exquisite study of women’s fashion from the Biedermeier era. This treasure trove of artistry stems from the renowned Johann Henrich Kosakovsky, whose accomplishments include multiple medals during his study years at the Petersburg Academy of Arts. Accompanying this collection are two poignant drawings by A. Gusev, depicting a reclining woman from 1896 and a posthumous representation of Johan Kohler from 1889. Each piece tells a story, capturing moments in time with finesse and attention to detail.
|Dimensions||40 × 355 cm|
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