Vasily Vasilevich Vereshchagin, aka Basil Verestchagin
(Russian, 1892 - 1904)
Vassili Vereščagin, Russian painter

References:
[1887] Wilfrid Meynell: The Modern School of Art, Volume II, London 1887, pp. 91-101.

[1887] Vassili Verestchagin: Painter - Soldier - Traveller. Autobiographical Sketches, Translated by F.H. Peters, Volume I (London 1887), Volume II (London 1887).

[1888] Exhibition of the Works of Vassili Verestchagin: Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue, New York 1888 (American Art Galleries)..

[1899] "Illustrated Interviews: M. Vasili Verestchagin", in: The Strand Magazine. An Illustrated Monthly, Vol. XVII (Jan. to June), London 1899, pp. 396-408.

[1900] Eugen Zabel: Wereschtschagin, Bielefeld - Leipzig 1900 (Künstler-Monographien XLVII) (in German).

[1902] Catalogue of Paintings by Vassili Verestchagin: Including The Campaign of Napoleon I. in Russia and The Battle of San Juan Hill, on Exhibition in the Astor Gallery of the Waldorf-Astoria from Friday, Nov. 14th, to Wednesday, Nov. 26th. (1902)

[1970] Elaine S. McAllister, Joseph O. Baylen: "Vassili Vereščagin et l'Exposition universelle de Paris", in: Cahiers du monde russe et soviétique, Vol. 11 (1970), pp. 621-25.

[1993] Vahan D. Barooshian: V.V. Vereshchagin: Artist at War, Gainesville: Univ. Press of Florida 1993.

[2003] Heather S. Sonntag: Tracing the Turkestan Series - Vasily Vereshchagin's representations of late-19th-century central Asia, M.A. thesis University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2003.

[2009] David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye: "Vasilij V. Vereshchagin's Canvases of Central Asian Conquest", in: Cahiers d'Asie centrale (online), nos. 17-8 (2009), pp. 179-209.

[2009] Natasha Medvedev: The Contradictions in Vereshchagin's Turkestan Series: Visualizing the Russian Empire and Its Others, PhD Thesis University of California, Los Angeles 2009 (= UMI Microform 3364114, Ann Arbor).

Name:Vasily Vasilevich Vereshchagin
Dates:1892 - 1904
Nationality:Russian
Sex:No data
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Tretyakov Gallery - Moscow20 artworks
Private collection3 artworks
Uknown owner2 artworks
Kiev National Museum of Russian Art1 artworks
Hermitage Museum - St-Petersburg1 artworks
Scientific Research Museum1 artworks

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Explanation:
This person died over 70 years ago (in 1904).