Vlasov, Sergei Alekseevich, (1873 – 1942). Russian artist. Guslyar. (1931)
This piece titled “Guslyar” from 1931 showcases the impeccable talent of Sergei Alekseevich Vlasov. Rendered in oil on cardboard, it epitomizes Vlasov’s deep connection with his roots and his keen observation of the world around him. The texture and hues of the artwork beckon viewers, revealing a snippet of Russian life and history. As a student at the Higher Art School at the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg, under the tutelage of IE Repin, Vlasov honed his artistic skills and later rose to prominence. His paintings were not just mere illustrations but narratives, telling tales of the Galich environs, historical monuments, and the heart of Russia. This piece, like many of his works, stands as a testament to Vlasov’s dedication and the love he held for his homeland.
|Dimensions||79.8 × 61 cm|
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