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    Konstantin Egorovich Makovsky (1839-1915), "The Muse of Poesie", 1886 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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    KONSTANTIN EGOROVICH MAKOVSKY 1839- 1915 - Russian Painter

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    The Muse of Poesie (1886). Konstantin Yegorovich Makovsky (Russian, 1839–1915). Oil on canvas. In the 1880s he became a fashioned author of portraits and historical paintings and was both highly appreciated and highly paid. Many democratic critics considered him as a renegade of the Wanderers’ ideals, producing striking but shallow works, while others see him as a forerunner of Russian Impressionism.

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