Alexei Savrasov was a Russian landscape painter and one of the founders of the Peredvizhniki (Wanderers) movement. He was born on May 24, 1830, in Moscow, Russia, and died on October 8, 1897, in the same city.

Savrasov’s paintings were known for their poetic and emotional qualities, often depicting the beauty of the Russian countryside and the changing seasons. He was also known for his use of light and color to convey mood and atmosphere, creating works that were both realistic and romantic.

One of Savrasov’s most famous works is his painting, “The Rooks Have Come Back,” which depicts a group of birds returning to their nests in the spring. The painting has become an iconic image of Russian art and is considered a masterpiece of the genre.

Savrasov was also a respected art teacher, mentoring many young artists and helping to shape the development of Russian landscape painting. His legacy continues to inspire artists in Russia and around the world.
Today, Savrasov’s works can be seen in museums and galleries throughout Russia, and his influence can be felt in the work of many contemporary landscape painters.

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