Zankovsky Iliya Nikolaevich

ZANKOVSKY (Zan’kovsky) Ilya Nikolaevich

1832/1833 — 1919

Painter, graphic artist

Ilya Zankovsky studied as a noncredit student in the Imperial Academy of Arts (IAKh, 1862–1863; he did not finish the course).

Zankovsky lived in Tiflis, served in the Military topographic department of the Caucasus military region. He painted landscapes of the Caucasus (Mount Elbrus, Georgian military road, The Darial Gorge, From the main mountain range, Mount Ushba. Hunters halt). He worked a lot in watercolor technique. His works were shown at the exhibitions of the Caucasian Society for Encouragement of Fine Arts, the Society for mutual aid of Caucasian artists, the Society of Russian Watercolorists, and at the Autumn exhibitions in the halls of the IAKh.

Zankovsky taught in the Drawing School under the Caucasian Society for Encouragement of Fine Arts in 1880s–1910s.

In 2009 the exhibition of Zankovsky’s works was held in Moscow.

Works by Ilya Zankovsky are in many museum collections, including the State Russian Museum, Odessa Fine Arts Museum, Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts named after M. A. Vrubel, and Dagestan Museum of Local History.

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