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Amazing Russian Painter Filipp Malyavin (1869-1940)

Born in a village of Kazanki (Samara Province) into a poor peasant family, Filipp Malyavin started his art training with icon-painting in the Afhos Monastery in Greece at the age of 16.
In 1891, a famous sculptor and professor at the Petersburg Academy of Arts, Vladimir Beklemishev, met young Malyavin in Athos and was greatly impressed with his work. Beklemishev invited Malyavin to visit him in Petersburg and later helped the young man enroll in the Academy of Arts. Malyavin was was accepted into the studio of Russian realist Ilya Repin (1892-1899).
In 1900, Malyavin traveled to Paris and caused a sensation with his debut painting "Laughter" at the International Exhibition in Paris and was awarded with a Golden medal. Later the painting was exhibited in Venice and acquired by the Italian Government for the Venetian Academy.
Amazing Russian Painter Filipp MalyavinWhirlwind

Amazing Russian Painter Filipp MalyavinDancing Peasant Woman, 1913, 210x125 cm

Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistPeasant Women, 1904



His work was in great demand.
Upon return to Russia, Malyavin married Natalia Novaak-Sarich, the daughter of a rich industrialist and a student at the Higher Art School. They settled in a village near Ryazan, and Malyavin devoted himself entirely to his art.
In 1922, Malyavin emigrated to France. The artist's family settled in Paris, where he painted portraits on commission and where his work was exhibited in 1924. In 1933, he toured Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, England, and Sweden, exhibiting his work, and in 1935 and 1937, he exhibited his work in London, Stockholm, and Nice.
In 1940, Malyavin died in Nice.


Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistFarandole, 1926


Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistSeated Nude


Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistPortrait of Alexandra Balashova, 1924

Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistVerka, 1913

Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistTwo Girls, 1910

Painting by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistPeasant Woman

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistSelf Portrait with Wife and Daughter, 1911

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistGossip

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistPeasant Woman in Red Scarf

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistThree Women, 1902

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistSelf Portrait with Family


Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistNude

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian Artist

Paintings by Philipp Malyavin Russian ArtistSwing

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinWoman with Child, 1901

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinLaughter

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinBaba in Yellow

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinCountry Dance

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinPortrait of the Artist's Sister

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinPrincess and Lobster

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinPortrait of M.Oliv

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinSinging Peasants

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinLaughing Baba

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinSelf Portrait with Icons in the Background

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinPortrait of Artist K.Somov

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin1903

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin1903

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinSleigh Rides, 1933

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinPeasant Women, 1925

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin

Portraits by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinOld Woman. The Portrait of D.Tatarinzeva


Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp MalyavinGreen Shawl, 1914

Paintings by Russian Artist Philipp Malyavin

6 comments:

  1. These are amazing. I am bedazzled by the peasant and Baba works especially. So glad you posted these inspirational works.

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    1. Bridget, I apologize - Baba is Abram Arhipov's work, I was corrected by a reader.

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  2. You included some images of paintings which are not Malyavin work but Abram Arhipov !!!!

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    2. BABA was Arhipov's, that's right, which else? you said they were some of them

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