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Artist: Nicholas Roerich (Russian 1874-1947)

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Nicholas Roerich, And We Do Not Fear Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
And We Do Not Fear
Nicholas Roerich, Star of the Hero Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Star of the Hero
Nicholas Roerich, Old Pskov Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Old Pskov
Nicholas Roerich, Sergius the Builder Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Sergius the Builder
Nicholas Roerich, The Book of Doves Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Book of Doves
Nicholas Roerich, Glory to the Hero Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Glory to the Hero
Nicholas Roerich, The Last Angel Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Last Angel
Nicholas Roerich, Mother of the World Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Mother of the World
Nicholas Roerich, Madonna Oriflamma Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Madonna Oriflamma
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Roerich, Nicholas
1874-1947

Roerich, Nicholas Biography

Educated at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts, he was not only a scenic designer but also an archaeologist and landscape painter. Roerich's paintings evidence an intense feeling for the epic dimensions and mystery of nature, particularly prehistoric nature. As a scenic designer Roerich worked within the conservative tradition of the picture-frame stage.

In 1920 Nicholas Roerich emigrated to the United States, where he fashioned a reputation as a painter, seer, guru, and peacenik, especially among the well-to-do, who provided him funds and even built him museums, one of which still stands in New York City. In 1930 Nicholas Roerich befriended Henry Wallace, who, after becoming secretary of agriculture in the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration, sent him on a botanical expedition to the Gobi desert to determine whether conditions there had answers for America's Dust Bowl. Ignoring his mission for the most part, Roerich waded into Asian politics, roaming with a Cossack bodyguard and vainly urging Buddhist masses to revolution.

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