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All Franz Roubaud 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Boat on the shore, Franz Roubaud
 Boat on the shore   1889(1889) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 27 x 35 cm cyf
Caucasian scene, Franz Roubaud
 Caucasian scene   oil on canvas Dimensions 70 x 90.5 cm cyf
Circassian rider, Franz Roubaud
 Circassian rider   oil on panel Dimensions 33 X 22 cm cyf
Cossacks, Franz Roubaud
 Cossacks   oil on canvas Dimensions 52 X 75 cm cyf
Count Argutinsky crossing the Caucasian range, Franz Roubaud
 Count Argutinsky crossing the Caucasian range   1892(1892) Oil on canvas cjr
Count Argutinsky crossing the Caucasian range, Franz Roubaud
 Count Argutinsky crossing the Caucasian range   Date 1892(1892) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
Horsemen in the hills, Franz Roubaud
 Horsemen in the hills   1894(1894) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 42 X 72 cm cyf
Poststation im Kaukasus, Franz Roubaud
 Poststation im Kaukasus   1913(1913) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 60 X 82 cm cyf
Tatar horseman, Franz Roubaud
 Tatar horseman   oil on panel Dimensions 29.5 X 22 cm cyf
The Attack, Franz Roubaud
 The Attack   Unknown date Medium oil on canvas cyf
The caucasian warrior, Franz Roubaud
 The caucasian warrior   oil on cardboard Dimensions 46 x 30 cm cyf
The hay card, Franz Roubaud
 The hay card   oil on canvas Dimensions 73 X 96 cm cyf
The Kidnapping, Franz Roubaud
 The Kidnapping   oil on canvas Dimensions 59.5 x 83.5 cm cyf
The Return from the Hunt, Franz Roubaud
 The Return from the Hunt   oil on canvas Dimensions 62.2 x 39.3 cm cyf
Troika racing through the snow, Franz Roubaud
 Troika racing through the snow   oil on canvas Dimensions 62 X 82 cm cyf

Franz Roubaud
was a Russian painter who created some of the largest and best known panoramic paintings. Roubaud was born on 15 June 1856 in Odessa and attended an art school there. In 1877 he went to Munich, where he studied at the Munich Academy. He then settled in Saint Petersburg, working in the Imperial Academy of Arts and painting huge panorams of historical battles - Storm of Achulgo (1896, Tiflis, now under the restoration in the museun of graphic arts in Makhachkala), Siege of Sevastopol (1854) (unveiled in 1905, damaged during the Siege of Sevastopol (1942), restored in the 1950s), Battle of Borodino (1911, moved to Poklonnaya Hill in Moscow in 1962) and the Russo-Persian War (1804-1813). His works were so large that they had to be exhibited in pavilions specially built for that purpose. In 1913, Roubaud left Russia for Munich, where he died on 13 March 1928.

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