He painted in a painterly (visible brushstroke), Impressionist style both in the Russian phase of his career and later in France.
As I mentioned in the earlier post, he carries this further that I prefer. This is best for landscapes, but the first portrait shown below works well when not seen enlarged (as you can do by clicking on it if you're viewing this on a desktop computer or possibly on a laptop).
All that said, Korovin's works were often pleasing and interesting.
It isn't easy to do a convincing portrait of a young woman using strong brushwork, but Korovin succeeded here.
Perhaps due to it being nearly a full-figure work, his sketchy approach is less effective on Pertseva.
Russian Empire resort town.
Different transliterations from the Cyrillic, same place in Crimea the following summer.
The Kremlin is at the left, St. Basil's Cathedral is above the streetcar on the bridge over the Moskva River.
Another summer resort painting in the 1920s or 1930s.