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Alexander Osipovich Orlowski ""Kirghiz" and "Cossack" (Napoleonic Wars 1812/14)", two drawings, 1820
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Executed in 1820 by famous Polish-Russian artist Alexander Osipovich Orlowski these two charcoal drawings show a mounted Kirghiz from one of the Russian "500-men" cavalry regiments participating in the anti-Napoleonic campaigns of 1812/14 (each completed in the areas of Russian Empire inhabited by various Asian folks - Tartars, Bashkirs, Kirghiz etc.; mainly armed with spears, bows and sabres; see our comparison image nr.9 and CLICK HERE) and a mounted cossack from Life Guards Atamanski Regiment (see image nr.10 and CLICK HERE).
Alexander Osipovich Orlowski (1777 Warsaw - 1832 St.Petersburg) was a famous Polish-Russian horse and genre painter of the turn of the 19th century.
Our images nr.11-14 show several other drawings of this artist.
Condition: fairly good; in identical original mats and frames of the early 19th century
Creation Year: 1820
Measurements:UNFRAMED:21,2x16,8cm/8,3x6,6in FRAMED: 32,7x27,5cm/12,9x10,8in
Object Type:Framed drawing
Style: 19th century drawings
Technique: charcoal on paper
Inscription:each monogrammed and dated: 18 AO 20 (AO ligated)
Creator: Alexander Osipovich Orlowski
Creator Dates: 1777 Warsaw-1832 St.Petersburg
Nationality:Polish / Russian
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