Also, it is a larger size painting than most by this artist. I acquired it from a very well known and beloved antique and art dealer from the South Shore MA Boston area, they had owned it for many years. One of the more important oil paintings we have ever listed.It will need restorations - there are 4 small tears in the canvas and 1 small wear spot not torn but no canvas pieces are missing; the canvas needs to be professionally cleaned and I would recommend having it relined. The original carved wood frame has wear to the finish but is still solid and sturdy. Please see my 12 detailed photos.
Vladimir Pavlosky was an artist by family tradition, born into a long line of Russian interior decorators skilled in painting, gilding and carving. He immigrated to the United States at age twenty, five years after the death of his father, to avoid service in the Tsar's Army. Upon arriving in New York, he quickly left for Boston, which was known internationally as the center for learning and art in America, and set up a small studio. Because of his father's reputation and his own skills as an allegorical painter, Pavlosky soon received mural commissions from churches and theatres in the Boston area, including St. Mary's Polish Church, The Fenway Theater, the Orpheum Theater and the Strand Theater in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Vladimir Pavlosky (1884 - 1944) was active/lived in Massachusetts / Ukraine, Russian Federation. Vladimir Pavlosky is known for Genre, figure, landscape, still life. A resident of Boston, Massachusetts, Vladimir Pavlosky was a painter, especially known for allegorical subjects and marine scenes. Favorite locations were Gloucester, Massachusetts and the coast of Maine. He was born in the Ukraine of Russia, and studied with his father, Gregiory Pavlosky, a decorator of religious interiors.
He emigrated to America at age 20 to avoid being drafted into the Tsar's Army. Pavlosky was a member of the Boston Watercolor Society and the Gloucester Art Association and exhibited widely including the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Gloucester and Rockport Art Associations, and the North Shore Art Association. Among his commissions are interior paintings and murals in St. Mary's Polish Church in Boston and also murals in the Fenway and Orpheum Theaters of that city.
This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "spooknook" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.