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Korovin illustrated a large quantity of Russian literature and decorated the Russian Village for the Universal Exposition of 1900, for which he was awarded a gold medal. He painted the decorations and created the costumes for more than a hundred ballets in the theatres of Moscow and St. Petersburg, and participated in the set and costume design of as many operas.
A Professor of the School of Fine Art of Moscow and a Member of the Academy of Fine Art in St. Petersburg, Konstantin Korovin was also created a Chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur in France. He exhibited his works throughout the principal capitals of Europe and died in 1939.