Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky P. II

Dear Wonderful Reader,

Here is Part 2 of Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky’s art. He was born on July 29, 1817 in Feodosia. He was a Romantic Russian painter from an Armenian descent. He lived in a poor household and gained fame at the of 25. Aivazovsky was unaffected by his new found fame and wealth, he lived a humble life by the (Black) sea  which he was fascinated with as evident in his paintings.













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3 thoughts on “Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky P. II”

  1. Wow thanks for sharing, I had never heard of this artist before – I think the first piece is my favourite 🙂

  2. your name in german to english is i’bin konstant nie no bitch i’bin besofsky. i never bitch im a drunk. sorry but i thought i might have saw the silver lining in your name. it basically means to speak your mnd.

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