Painting and Graphics Auction No. 10 will be held at Bidspirit.
The Leningrad School of Painting and Graphics has always attracted the attention of specialists in various fields: employees of Russian museums, art workers from different countries, collectors in Russia, Europe and the United States. Possessing its characteristic and unique style that has developed over the course of the twentieth century, the Leningrad school is perceived as one of the significant phenomena of Russian fine art.
The works presented at the auction cover a large period from the 1940s to the early 2000s, acquaint with the work of more than 100 authors, including both famous masters of painting and graphics, representatives of famous artistic dynasties, and new names, many of whose works are published for the first time.
The image and restrained color of St. Petersburg is superbly faithful in the works of Igor Vladimirovich Suvorov, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, a member of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists. The works of talented painters Ivan Mikhailovich Varichev, People's Artist of Russia, Tyulenev Vitaly Ivanovich, Honored Artist of the RSFSR and many others deserve special attention. The main part of the auction lots is a collection of graphics, which in the Soviet period and to this day is the hallmark of the art of Leningrad and St. Petersburg. Among the names are such masters of drawing, book graphics, author's lithography, color and black-and-white linocut, such as etching, such as Vasily Mikhailovich Zvontsov, Alexander Vladimirovich Schmidt, Alexey Ivanovich Avdyshev, Vitaly Petrovich Gubarev and many others.
The auction catalog includes more than forty works by Moscow artists of the same period: wonderful etchings by Aleksandr Yegorovich Vetrov, color prints by Nikolai Alekseevich Yezhov and Nikolai Vasilyevich Alisov, linocuts by Dmitry Afanasyevich Bryukhanov and other graphic artists.
The works presented at the current auction of the authors are already stored in private and museum collections. By participating in the new auction, you can become the owner of a unique, highly artistic, collectible work, which in itself is a part of the history of St. Petersburg.