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Aleksei Isupov was a son of a woodcarver. He studied in the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1908-1913), under A.Vasnetsov, A.Arkhipov, K.Korovin, V.Serov. He lived in Moscow until 1915 and again in 1922-1925, and in Central Asia in 1915-1921, where he did his military service (1915-1917); later he moved to Italy (1926 onwards). He participated in exhibitions as of 1908. While in Central Asia, he painted numerous views of Tashkent and Samarkand and copied the ornamental designs of unique architectural monuments in Bukhara, Samarkand and Tashkent. He also set up and illustrated the journal Young Inhabitant of Turkestan, and worked as a teacher at the Turkestan Regional Public Art School in Tashkent (1918-1921). His students, among others, included N.Karakhan, M.Kupriyanov, S.Chuykov. In 1926, he went for medical treatment to Italy. During the Second World War, he was an active participant of the resistance movement in Rome.
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It is called docking, and it is an abominable practice.


LOL! I do not know jandchris :-)

A very interesting picture - what has happened to the Horse's tail I wonder?


And I thank you Bill_I_Am for your feedback ツ


This is beautifully done. I like it very much! Thanks, oynot.


Thanks mother123456 and Isaly for your comments. After I have finished my replies I'm off to look for more Russian art :-)


From the number of solves of this painting I'm not the only one that loves this Russian artist's painting. Another brilliant painting oynot. Hope you have a good day and are feeling better now. Sending big hugs your way...

Alovely picture and a great story! Thanks,oynot.

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