Fedor Yakovlevich Alekseev (c. 1753 – November 23, 1824) was an early Russian painter of landscape art.
Fedor Alekseev Online Art Gallery
- Fedor Alekseev and his pupils
- Red Square in Moscow
- The Foundling Hospital in Moscow
- Town Square in Kherson
- View of the English Embankmant from Visilievsky Island in St Petersburg
- View of the Kazan Cathedral in St Petersburg
- View of the Mikhailovsky Castle in St Petersburg
- View of the Palace Sea front From the Fortress of St-Peter and Paul
- View of the Stock Exchange and the Admiralty from the Fortress of St-Peter and Paul
After training in the Saint Petersburg Imperial Academy of Arts, he spent three years in Venice studying the works of famous French and Italian landscape painters.
Returning to Saint Petersburg to work, his popularity grew over time. In 1800, Emperor Paul of Russia commissioned a series of paintings of Moscow from him.
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