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ZARYANKO Sergey Konstantinovich (b. 1818, Lyady, d. 1871, Moscow) Nationality : Russian

Russian painter of Belarusian birth. He bought himself out of serfdom in the mid-1820s and went with his family to St Petersburg. Zaryanko first studied painting with Vasily Mikhaylovich Avrorin (1805-55), a pupil of Aleksey Venetsianov, and soon attracted the interest of Venetsianov himself, who in 1834 sent Zaryanko to the St Petersburg Academy of Arts. Along with other pupils of Venetsianov, Zaryanko painted interiors of the Winter Palace, such as View of the Field-Marshals Hall in the Winter Palace (1836) and View of the Throne Room (1838; both St. Petersburg, Hermitage).

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