|LC control no.||n 85264878
|Personal name heading||Korovin, Konstantin Alekseevich, 1861-1939
|Variant(s)||Korovin, K. (Konstantin), 1861-1939
Коровин, Константин Алексеевич, 1861-1939
Korovine, Konstantin Alexeievich, 1861-1939
Korovine, C. (Constantin), 1861-1939
Korovine, Constantin Alexeievitch, 1861-1939
Corovin, Constant Alexis, 1861-1939
|Place of birth||Moscow (Russia)
|Place of death||Paris (France)
|Profession or occupation||Set designers Painters
|Special note||Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
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|Found in||Basyrov, A.I︠A︡. Konstantin Alekseevich Korovin, 1861-1939, 1985.
Bolʹshai︠a︡ sov. ėnt︠s︡ikl., 3rd ed.: v. 13, p. 195 (Korovin Konstantin Alekseevich; Russian painter)
K. Korovin, 1977
The swan lake, 1941 DLC copy theater program, Ballet Russe performance, Washington, D.C. (costumes by C. Korovine)
Konstantin Alekseevich Korovin, 1963.
Bénézit. Dictionary of artists, 2006: vol. 8, p. 21-22 (Korovin, Konstantin Alekseevich, or Constant Alexis, or Korovine, Konstantin Alexeievich: studied at art institutes in Moscow and St. Petersburg; taught at Inst. of Painting, Sculpture & Architecture, Moscow; member of Momontov circle, Mir Iskusstva, Union of Russian Artists; associated with Peredvizhniki (Wanderers) around Repin and Society of Art Lovers in Moscow; considered first Russian Impressionist painter; in Russia created more than 100 stage sets and costume designs for ballet and opera; gold medal for architecture and decoration of Russian Village at Paris Exposition, 1900; active in France from 1923)
Milner, John. Dict. of Russian and Soviet Artists 1420-1970 (1993): p. 214-216 (Korovin (Korovine), Konstantin Alekseevich: sometimes signed Corovin or Korovine; influenced by Impressionist painting in Paris 1885-86; commissioned to design Imperial opera in Moscow & St. Petersburg 1898; exhibited in Russia, Paris, South of France, Venice, Rome, 1902-1911)
Sotheby's auction site, Oct. 29, 2010 Dance, theater and opera costume and decor designs, books, prints and photographs (Constantin Alexeievitch Korovine (1861-1939))
Wikipedia, Oct. 29, 2010 (Konstantin Alekseyevich Korovin (Russian: Константи́н Алексе́евич Коро́вин), the first name often spelled Constantin; b. November 23 [O.S. December 5] 1861, Moscow; d. September 11, 1939, Paris)
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