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Natalia Gontcharova

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This print was included in Bauhausdrucke-Neue europaische Graphik, printed and published by Staatliches Bauhaus, Weimar.

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This print was included in Bauhausdrucke-Neue europaische Graphik, printed and published by Staatliches Bauhaus, Weimar.

About the Artist

(1881-1962) Natalia Gontcharova was the daughter of an architect. She grew up in the Russian countryside. In 1898 she entered the Moscow Academy of Art, where she studied painting, sculpture and architecture.

Gontcharova incorporated elements of Russian folk art, Fauvism and Cubism.

She and her husband, Mikhail Larionov, moved to Paris where they collaborated in theatre and costume design in the Russian Ballet.  Her work was exhibited worldwide, last living in Paris.

Medium Color lithograph
Edition Edition of 110
Image size 14 1/4" height X 9 3/4" width
Paper size 20" height X 13 1/4" width
Frame Custom hand-wrapped silk liner, regular glass, blond wood molding with black sight edge and sides
Frame size 25 3/4" height X 20" width
Signed "N. Gontcharova" at viewer's lower left in graphite
Date of creation 1922
Condition Good. There are mat burns in the margins, not visible in its current frame.
Provenance Consigned by Scottsdale resident RL