Published: March 29, 2012

At the auction, "Bloomsbury," paintings by Russian artists

At the auction, "Bloomsbury" (Bloomsbury Auctions) exhibited in London a few notable paintings by Russian artists 20s of last century.

As reported by RIA Novosti, the press service of the auction house, despite the fact that the auction are impressionists paintings and works of modern art in Europe, this year is unusually strong position of Russian and Eastern European Art.

Among the paintings that will be auctioned on Tuesday - four lots from the collection of valuable Dutch private collector, who had never before been exhibited in the market.

This is a "monumental poster on the occasion of" Nicholas Suetina, a member of artistic association "UNOVIS" ("The union is affirmative of the new art"), made in different colors and are estimated at 40-60 thousand pounds.

His "composition Suprematistskaya" written in Vitebsk, which, according to experts, "Bloomsbury," "anticipates the Space Age", is estimated at 20-30 thousand pounds.

"Composition Proun" constructivist artist El Lissitzky, named in honor of one of the avant-garde projects of the 1920s - "Project approval of the new." "This is a new kind of visual graphics, rolling on the canvas of two dimensions to three dimensions of architecture" - experts said the auction house. Estimated cost of work is 140-180 thousand pounds sterling.

Also put up for auction sheet Leo Kudin "Head" (estimated value - 10-15 thousand pounds), made in the cubo-futurist style.

Trading on the "Bloomsbury" complete season "Russian sales" on the London auctions, which opened in late November auction items related to Russian and Russian art at auction "Bonems." The first such sale in this auction attracted nearly 2 million pounds.

Following this, November 30 were "Russian sales" with "Christie", which collected a record for a single auction of Russian art of the amount - nearly 22 million pounds. A "Russian sales" to "Sotheby's" a day later cut off the mark.

Increasing the number and volume of sales at auctions related to Russian art, due to the ever-increasing demand for Russian art objects, jewelry and paintings from both western buyers and collectors, as well as from wealthy Russians, who often buy art, not only for personal use, but sometimes also for the Russian museums.

/ / RIA "Novosti"
December 9, 2005

By AnnaDanko,  


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