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'The Ninth Wave', 1850, (1965). Creator: Ivan Ayvazovsky.

'The Ninth Wave', 1850, (1965).  Creator: Ivan Ayvazovsky.

2-708-716 - The Print Collector/Heritage Images

'The Ninth Wave', 1850, (1965). Seascape showing shipwrecked souls clinging to a piece of debris in the shape of a crucifix. Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) lived in Italy in the 1840s, and was later appointed the main painter of the Russian Navy. He produced a vast quantity of work, and was also popular outside Russia, mounting solo exhibitions in Europe and the United States. Painting, also known as 'The Highest Wave', in the State Russian Museum, St Petersburg. From "Russian Painting of the 18th and 19th Centuries" by Vladimir Fiala. [Artia, Czechoslovakia, 1965]


Image Aliases

  1. 0580050030
  1. 2-708-716
  1. 2708716

Maximum Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 5608x3690
File Size : 60626kb

Image Information

  1. Ivan Ayvazovsky, attributed to: Russian, Armenian: Artist, painter
People Related
  1. Vladimir Fiala: : Author, writer
  2. Artia: Czech: Publisher, publishers
  1. Oil
Picture Type
  1. Landscape

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