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    Mar 04,  · Michelangelo Buonarroti, the greatest of the Italian Renaissance artists, is born in the small village of Caprese on March 6, The son of a government administrator.
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    Feb 16,  · Pavel Nikolayevich Yablochkov was born on 14 September to Nikolai Pavlovich and Elizaveta in Serdobsky, an impoverished village in the Saratov region of the Russian Empire. Yablochkov showed an interested in science and engineering at an early age and, while still a youth, invented a goniometer which was used for land surveys conducted by.
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    Gen. Mikhail Moiseyev, former chief of the Soviet general staff. Col. Gen. Alexander Samsonov, former Leningrad military commander and suspected coup supporter. Advertisement.
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    Biography Early years. Nikolay Ivanovich Muralov was born in on a farm (khutor) near Taganrog, a port city on the Sea of Azov. His father had attended a classical gymnasium for six years and had been a volunteer in the Russian Army during the Crimean War, in the process earning Russia's highest military decoration, the Order of St. George, fourth class, for bravery.
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    Other articles where Tsanko Lavrenov is discussed: Bulgaria: The arts: scenes of his native country; Tsanko Lavrenov, a noted graphic artist and art critic who also painted scenes of old Bulgarian towns; Zlatyo Boyadjiev, noted for his village portraits; and Ilya Petrov, who painted scenes and themes from Bulgarian history. After World War II, Socialist Realism dominated Bulgarian artistic.
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    Domotkanovo" (, Tretyakov Gallery), "Woman in a Cart" (, Russian Museum) and "Haystack" (, Saratov Art Museum), depicted in the narrow range of ochre hues natural for Russia's "modest" nature, enlivening them with scenes from everyday village life. it was these works that igor Grabar termed "Serov the peasant".