Konstantín Alexeyevich Vasilyev (Russian: Константи́н Алексе́евич Васи́льев; born September 3, 1942, in Maykop, died October 29, 1976 in a railway accident near Kazan [his family did not believe the official version of his death]) was a Russian illustrator, who left more than 400 paintings and drawings. His range of works included portraits, landscapes, realistic compositions, Russian epics, Slavic and Teutonic mythology, and battle paintings.
He was buried in the village of Vasilyevo, where he lived since 1949.
- (Russian) Konstantin Vasilyev Gallery (Major Works) on tatarstan.kai.ru
- (Russian) Konstantin Vasilyev Gallery on varvar.ru
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