SVETOVAR FRANCISCOVICH
SVETOVAR FRANCISCOVICH
SVETOVAR FRANCISCOVICH, SVETOVAR Maria FRANCISCOVICH, S. M. Franciscovich Artist Russian / Austria born lived and died in Argentina. He was presumably in Austria o Russia, married, Sofia de Franciscovich, who also painted + S M Franciscovich, Bob Frassinetti, Private Collection Buenos Aires 2019. Born 1877 Died 1955, travelled Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia Peru, Mexico and the USA. Many of his paintings ended up in Ireland, ........... he was promoted by Mac Manus (1864 - 1929) Republican activist and journalist, Rossylongan House, Donegal and Argentina and thence by descent who returned to Donegal with many of his paintings. Buenos Aires: "C.A. Pasquier Esqre "The Graphic" With Compliments S.M. Franciscovich Buenos Aires (Diaz Velez 4313)". Peru 1916: (1916). “Exposición de S.M. Franciscovich. Critica artística por Evangelina” La Crónica (Lima) 26 Feb.: 7. Brazil, Rio de Janeiro 1917: Galería Jorge Lago Titicaca 31 de Mayo al 16 Junio 1917 Artista Argentino Information from Research by Travel Guide for Art and Antiques in Argentina Published by Bob Frassinetti Mexico 1919: Mexico: “Se encuentra en México el notable pintor argentino señor S. M. Franciscovich”, martes 5 de agosto de 1919, año III, tomo IV, núm. 871, p. 10. Junto a una fotografía del pintor sentado en una silla, se informa que viene a México a exponer su obra en un local de la calle de Madero, frente al Salón Rojo. Se dice que no es un pintor desconocido para los mexicanos y para el mundo, ya que se ha escrito sobre él en periódicos y revistas de distintos lugares. Se le nombra el pintor de montañas. S. M. FRANCISCOVICH (1915-1955) In Between these Years he travelled south America, Mexico and the USA. USA 1920: October, 1920. Vose Brothers Galeries The Autumn season at Vose Bros.' Gal leries opened with an exhibition of 30 views of Lake Titicaca by an Argentinian artist, S. M. Franciscovich, who has his own; in dividual style of painting, in character smooth and done in an overcareful and pains taking way. If one can even half-way sug gest the majesty and grandeur of the South American mountains and lakes and at the same time create a beautiful painting, the attempt is at least worth while. That Franciscovich has suggested the beauty of this scenery is clearly evident, as, for- ex ample, his canvas "Tranquility," rolling clouds piled: high on high,- their edges tinged with glowing pink deepenling towards the horizon to a deeper glow of sunset andr further up between a rift in- the clouds the white peaks of the Andes 'mirrcored in th'e placid waters of the lake. ~~ - Sidney Woodward. ' He was promoted in the USA by Henry Ladd Corbett (29 July 1881 – 22 April 1957) was an American businessman, civic leader, and politician in the state of Oregon. He was born into one of the wealthiest and most influential families in Oregon. Corbett attended Harvard University and then returned to Oregon to manage family business interests. Over the years, he served as president of the Portland Chamber of Commerce and president of Portland Port Commission. He also represented Multnomah County in the Oregon State Senate, serving two terms as President of the Senate. He served as acting governor of Oregon twice in 1927. He was well known and traveled exhibiting his world. Bob Frassinetti, Entrepreneur in the World of art, art collecting,art dealer, antiques dealer as well as free lance journalist from Argentina, Buenos Aires, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, in and on Buenos Aires, Argentina as well are neighbouring countries, Chile and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure from Route 40 and Lighthouse Adventures along the Atlantic and Pacific coast, .... Bob Frassinetti Bouchard 1170 La Lucila, Buenos Aires B1637AZJ Argentina ph: +5491144753983 alt: +541147990576 admin@frassinetti.com More Information email.
Galería Jorge Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Galería Jorge Rio de Janeiro Brazil 
 
Galería Jorge Lago Titicaca 31 de Mayo al 16 Junio 1917 Artista Argentino