Mikhail Mikhaylovich Yarovoy

Mikhail Mikhaylovich Yarovoy (1847 Moschni – 1940 Kyiv)

“Russian Fishermen near Kiew”

Material: Oil on canvas
Dimension: 45 x 70 cm
Frame: Yes
Certificate: Yes
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Description

Mikhail Mikhaylovich Yarovoy (1847 Moschni – 1940 Kyiv)

“Russian Fishermen near Kiew”

Material: Oil on canvas
Dimension: 45 x 70 cm
Frame: Yes

About the Artist:

Mikhail Mikhailovich Yarovoy (1864-1940) was a Russian and Soviet illustrator.

He was born on February 12, 1864 in the village of Moshny, Malorossiysk province of the Russian Empire, now Cherkassy district, Cherkassy region of Ukraine.
He spent his childhood years in his parents’ estate Nechagovka, Kozelets district, Chernigov province.

In 1879 Yarovoy entered Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, where he studied under the guidance of Professor S.S. Sorokin, and graduated in 1888. He was also a pupil of Ilya Repin. In 1890 he studied in Austria and Italy. Participated in exhibitions of the Moscow Fellowship of Artists and the Association of Traveling Art Exhibitions. Was also a member of the Kiev Society of Art Exhibitions (1887-1900) and the Moscow Union of Artists (1909-1911). One of Mikhail Mikhailovich’s own pupils, Sergei Romanovich Bongart is well known.

Since 1912, was ill, almost did not work. Yaravoy died in February 18, 1940 in Kiev and is buried at Lukyanovsky cemetery (plot number 37, row 4, place 22).