top of page

Constantine Popov

Constantine Popov (1965) was born in small village near Vladivostok, his great grandmother was Marina Ivanovna

Tsvetaeva, a Russian and Soviet poet. Her work is considered amongst some of the greatest in twentieth century

Russian literature. His great grandfather was Ivan Vladimirovich Tsvetaev, who founded the Alexander III Museum,

which is now known as the Pushkin Museum of Fine Art. Constantine previously lived in Europe before settling in


Paintings have sold for up to $12,500 in past auctions in Sydney.

'Day At The Nippers'

'Rest Time'

bottom of page