Konstantin Korovin, Russian, 1861 to 1939, oil painting on masonite depicting a still life with flowers in the Crimean coastal seascape. Signed lower left. Framed. Circa the 1910s to 1920s. Framed. Konstantin Alekseyevich Korovin was a leading Russian Impressionist painter. Arriving for the first time in Crimea in 1889, the artist was so imbued with the beauty of the sunny peninsula that he decided to take root here. He especially fell in love with the small village of Gurzuf. Most of the Crimean paintings were written by Korovin in Gurzuf, where he spent a lot of time. In addition to Gurzuf, Korovin wrote in Yalta, Alupka, Sevastopol, Bakhchisarai, Simferopol. It is to the Crimean period of the artist's work that his most vivid and colorful paintings belong. Antique Russian Impressionist Oil Paintings, Wall Art, Home Decor, and Collectibles. One of a kind artwork.