The Savitsky Collection and more Russian Avantgarde.

The Russian avant-garde reached its creative and popular height in the period between the Russian Revolution of 1917 and 1932, at which point the ideas of the avant-garde clashed with the newly emerged state-sponsored direction of Socialist Realism. All images found on savitskycollection.org
131 Pins134 Followers
Still-life with a Chair. Alvin Shpade (1935-)  The initial artistic education Shpade received at the Ashkhabad Art School. She moved to Karakalpakstan in 1960 where she met with Savitskiy. She worked at the Artistic Fund of the Karakalapak and simultaneously at the department of art history of the Karakalapak, where she had been invited by Savitskiy. These years in many aspects determined not only the whole life of the artist but also a circle of her interests. A.Shpade continued her study…

유 Still Life Brushstrokes 유 Nature Morte Painting by Alvina Shpade

Aristarkh Lentulov — ilya-mashkov:   Still Life. Apples by Ilya Mashkov...

ilya-mashkov: “Still Life. Apples by Ilya Mashkov Medium: oil on canvas”

Autumn in Shakhaman. Amangeldy Utegenov (1951- He is a self-taught artist without a special artistic education, but with original brushwork and natural talent. Savitskiy and his museum promoted the development of his talent. Now the museum possesses dozens of his paintings. Utegonov’s landscapes are amazingly beautiful with their brown and golden colour range combined with acute impression of nature and simplicity and logic clearness of its conveyance. His emotional perception of nature…

Autumn in Shakhaman. Amangeldy Utegenov (1951- He is a self-taught artist without a special artistic education, but with original brushwork and natural talent. Savitskiy and his museum promoted the development of his talent. Now the museum possesses dozens of his paintings. Utegonov’s landscapes are amazingly beautiful with their brown and golden colour range combined with acute impression of nature and simplicity and logic clearness of its conveyance. His emotional perception of nature…

Illustration for the book “Scryabin in a Dance of Lukin”. 1922-1923.  Grigoriy Zimin (1901-1983. In 1919, he entered the State Free Art Studios in the studio of sculptor,He was art director in charge of decorating celebrations in honour of the revolution and decorated three pavilions for the Agricultural Exhibition, one of which was on horse. Experimented with graphics and decorative and applied arts.

Illustration for the book “Scryabin in a Dance of Lukin”. 1922-1923. Grigoriy Zimin (1901-1983. In 1919, he entered the State Free Art Studios in the studio of sculptor,He was art director in charge of decorating celebrations in honour of the revolution and decorated three pavilions for the Agricultural Exhibition, one of which was on horse. Experimented with graphics and decorative and applied arts.

Samarkand. Evening. Ulugbek madrasah. 1943. Nikolay Ulyanov 1875-1949. Icon-painting studio 1887-1889, classes in painting1888-1889, the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture 1889-1900. He worked as an assistant in the 1900-1903 and as a teacher 1901-1907. Italy (1907) France and Germany 1909-1912. He worked as a teacher of drawing at the Fine Arts Department 1919-192. In 1942-1944, Ulyanov was sent to Transcaucasia then to Samarkand, where he worked as a professor of Art.

Samarkand. Evening. Ulugbek madrasah. 1943. Nikolay Ulyanov 1875-1949. Icon-painting studio 1887-1889, classes in painting1888-1889, the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture 1889-1900. He worked as an assistant in the 1900-1903 and as a teacher 1901-1907. Italy (1907) France and Germany 1909-1912. He worked as a teacher of drawing at the Fine Arts Department 1919-192. In 1942-1944, Ulyanov was sent to Transcaucasia then to Samarkand, where he worked as a professor of Art.

Still-life with a Lilac-coloued Jingil (Tamarisk) Sarsen Baybosinov (1957-) Graduated from the Art School in Nukus. Among his paintings prevail genre scenes and still-lifes, where the main motif is associated with colourful tonality. His pastel compositions with domination of silvery and lilac tones and touches of reddish and brown paints give an impression of colour and light, airiness. One can feel material tangibility of depicted objects in his works, although their contours are not…

Still-life with a Lilac-coloued Jingil (Tamarisk) Sarsen Baybosinov (1957-) Graduated from the Art School in Nukus. Among his paintings prevail genre scenes and still-lifes, where the main motif is associated with colourful tonality. His pastel compositions with domination of silvery and lilac tones and touches of reddish and brown paints give an impression of colour and light, airiness. One can feel material tangibility of depicted objects in his works, although their contours are not…

Illustration for the book “Sodom” - After a Prick. 1924.  Grigoriy Zimin

Illustration for the book “Sodom” - After a Prick.

Group with red cloth. Lev Zhegin (1892-1969)  Studied at the School of Painting and Drawing 1910 and the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture 1911-1918. In 1913 L.Zhegin for several months studied the modern Western European art. Zhegin regularly presented his works at the exhibitions. He participated in decoration of Moscow devoted to the first anniversary of revolution (1918), worked as a teacher at the House of Art in  Moscow (1920), the Moscow Proletcult studio (1920-1925).

Group with red cloth. Lev Zhegin (1892-1969) Studied at the School of Painting and Drawing 1910 and the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture 1911-1918. In 1913 L.Zhegin for several months studied the modern Western European art. Zhegin regularly presented his works at the exhibitions. He participated in decoration of Moscow devoted to the first anniversary of revolution (1918), worked as a teacher at the House of Art in Moscow (1920), the Moscow Proletcult studio (1920-1925).

Selling trousers. Valentin Yustitskiy 1892-1951. He studied in Art Studio in Vilnus. In 1913 sculpture in Paris. 1915 he participated the artist-fantasts, a group “13”.In 1918-1935, he headed the studio of painting and drawing in Saratov. In 1923, his solo exhibition was held in Saratov. In 1936, he lived in Moscow, where he illustrated books. In 1937 he was sentenced  9 years imprisonment and 5 years of exile. Yustitskiy returned to his work only in Saratov 1946 where he was sent into…

Selling trousers. Valentin Yustitskiy 1892-1951. He studied in Art Studio in Vilnus. In 1913 sculpture in Paris. 1915 he participated the artist-fantasts, a group “13”.In 1918-1935, he headed the studio of painting and drawing in Saratov. In 1923, his solo exhibition was held in Saratov. In 1936, he lived in Moscow, where he illustrated books. In 1937 he was sentenced 9 years imprisonment and 5 years of exile. Yustitskiy returned to his work only in Saratov 1946 where he was sent into…

Pinterest
Search