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Petersburg, Russia, and there he studied drawing at the Imperial Academy of Science.
Since there are few examples of 19th-century Russian paintings to be seen outside the country, woefully few art lovers in Western Europe or America have even heard of the Russian breakaway group, the Peredvizhniki (The Wanderers, or Itinerants), who rebelled against the repressive regime at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St Petersburg at almost exactly the same time as the Impressionists began their journey away from academic art in France.
The artist was born in Massachusetts in 1834 and moved to St Petersburg with his family for several years as a child, taking private art lessons before enrolling in the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts at the age of 11.
Milan thrived on dance from the sixteenth century, but the task of starting a ballet school, then known as the Royal Imperial Academy, was not begun until 1813.
Most visitors to his house down the lane from the Imperial Academy and Confucian temple are foreigners collecting curios.
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Showing early talent, he arrived in St Petersburg to study at the Imperial Academy in 1863, at a time when its pronounced conservatism was breeding revolt among its students.
The patriarch of this group was Ilya Repin (1844-1930), professor at the Imperial Academy in St.