AMERICA MARTIN

AMERICA MARTIN

Robert Falk

Robert Falk

Spring in Crimea Robert Falk - 1938

Spring in Crimea Robert Falk - 1938

Robert Falk (Russian 1886–1958) [Post-Impressionism, Neo-Impressionism, Avant-Garde, Futurism] Lisa in the Sunlight 1907.

Robert Falk (Russian 1886–1958) [Post-Impressionism, Neo-Impressionism, Avant-Garde, Futurism] Lisa in the Sunlight 1907.

Books Robert Falk - 1921

Books Robert Falk - 1921

Portrait of Kira Alexeyeva, 1919 Robert Falk (1886-1958) State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow  In 1916 in Crimea Falk met Kira Alexeyeva (1891-1977), the daughter of the famous theatre director and theoretician Konstantin Stanislavsky (1863-1938). Like Falk, Alexeyeva belonged to the new generation of avant-garde artists. They married in 1920 but separated in 1922. She later became director of the Stanislavsky Museum.

Portrait of Kira Alexeyeva, 1919 Robert Falk (1886-1958) State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow In 1916 in Crimea Falk met Kira Alexeyeva (1891-1977), the daughter of the famous theatre director and theoretician Konstantin Stanislavsky (1863-1938). Like Falk, Alexeyeva belonged to the new generation of avant-garde artists. They married in 1920 but separated in 1922. She later became director of the Stanislavsky Museum.

lawrenceleemagnuson:  Portrait of Shchekin-Krotova 1940   Robert Falk, Russia 1886-1958

lawrenceleemagnuson: Portrait of Shchekin-Krotova 1940 Robert Falk, Russia 1886-1958

1910 Oranges in a basket. Robert Falk was of the founders and the most active participants of artistic group Jack of Diamonds. The group considered Paul Cézanne the only painter worth following, and the rest of visual art to be too trivial and bourgeois. The distinctive feature of Falk's paintings of the time was sculpturing of the form using many layers of different paints.

1910 Oranges in a basket. Robert Falk was of the founders and the most active participants of artistic group Jack of Diamonds. The group considered Paul Cézanne the only painter worth following, and the rest of visual art to be too trivial and bourgeois. The distinctive feature of Falk's paintings of the time was sculpturing of the form using many layers of different paints.

Lisa in an Armchair (also known as Portrait of the Artist's Wife) Robert Falk (1910)

Lisa in an Armchair (also known as Portrait of the Artist's Wife) Robert Falk (1910)

Lady in a Hat with Green Plumes Robert Falk

Lady in a Hat with Green Plumes Robert Falk

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