the Museum of Russian Impressionism. The work was purchased directly Alexander Garin’s collection of Konstantin Korovin’s art, which he purchased in 1930s Paris. For a long time, Garin’s heirs held the painting and did not want to part with the masterpiece.
“Girl by the Window” is an example of the late works of Konstantin Korovin. Even in his early works in the 1880s, the marks of his characteristic style began to show. His work is characterized by his loose style of painting and dynamic, pulsating brushstrokes, along with brightness, richness of colors, attention to lighting effects, and freshness of color.