Isaac Levitan


Isaac Levitan
Isaac Levitan, autorretrato 1880.

Isaak Ilich Levitán (Исаа́к Ильи́ч Левита́н) (Kibartai, 1861 - Moscú, 1900) fue un pintor ruso. Influido por el pintor Corot y por la estética de la Escuela de Barbizon, expresó en sus paisajes la belleza de la región del Volga. Su color y su estilo inspirarán posteriormente a pintores como Dalí o Antoni Tàpies.

Legado

El planeta menor 3566 Levitan, descubierto por la astrónoma Sovética Lyudmila Zhuravlyova en 1979 fue nombrado en su honor.[1]

Algunos de sus Trabajos

Referencias

  1. Springer Verlag, ed (2003). Diccionario de Nombres de Planetas Menores (5th edición). New York. pp. 300. ISBN 3540002383. http://books.google.com/books?q=3566+Levitan+1979+YA9. 

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