Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was born in merchants of Armenian inception in Feodosia, Crimea. His folks were under stressed conditions, and he spent his adolescence in neediness. With the assistance of individuals who had seen the ability for painting, he entered the Simferopol gym and the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, where he took the scene painting course and was particularly intrigued by marine scenes. In 1836 Aivazovsky introduced five marine pictures to the Academic show that were profoundly valued. In 1837, Aivazovsky got the Major Gold Medal for Calm in the Gulf of Finland and The Great Roads at Kronstadt, which permitted him to go on an all-inclusive investigation trip abroad. Notwithstanding, the craftsman previously went to Crimea to consummate himself in his picked classification by painting the ocean and perspectives on Crimean waterfront towns.
Aivazovsky left in excess of 6000 oil works of art, which are of altogether different worth. There are show-stopper artworks, and there are bashful works. He neglected to paint scenes and couldn't draw a man. Aivazovsky got great commissions and got rich. He gave a lot of cash to a good cause, particularly for his local town; he opened Feodosia, the principal School of Arts, and the Art Gallery.