Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Ivan Vladimirov

[Russia] (b 1869/d 1947)

" Vladimirov studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts (1891-97) under A. D. Kivshenko and F. A. Rubo. He was a combat artist-reporter during the Russo-Japanese War (1904-05), the Balkan War (1912-13), and World War I. He also participated in the revolutionary movement. Vladimirov was a member of the Academy of Arts of the Russian Republic. He did genre paintings, drawings based on military life, and paintings of battles and revolutionary events . Vladimirov was awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor and various medals.


Russia 1925 "20th Anniversary of the 1905 Rebellion" (6,3,1) [Des (D. Golyadkin)( N. Nikonov)] [Photo] Sc(336,...,341) [ This series has only 3 different designs but exists with and without Perforation..] [ image credit of ]

[ The Artist who designed this stamp appears in the catalogs as Y. Vladimirov or N. Vladimirov... I cannot find any data about any of them , but the coexistence in this same time frame of a known Artist with work related to this thematic , led me to conclude that the real Artist should be Ivan Vladimirov, know for his battle Paintings and scenes from Revolutionary movements that were in fact occurring during those days... If any of the viewers of this blog knows anything about this, please contact me going to the 'About' page... there is yet another point of discordance between SG and Russian Catalogs.. SG say that the stamp designed by Ivan Vladimirov was the 7k and the Russian version is that was the 14k... I present them both , but my final answer will be presented in a future update.. Until them , please consider this post as "Very Dubious" and use the information with Caution.. ]

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