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Abstraction in Russia: XX Century – TWO ALBUMS + CD

$149.95

Title: Abstraction in Russia: XX Century- 2 ALBUMS + CD
Publisher: Saint Petersburg, “Russian museum / Palace Editions” (2001)
Author: Eugenia Petrova
Condition: Brand new!
ISBN: 5-93332-070-6, 3-935298-50-1
Shipping Weight: 6,6kg
Hardcover, 814 pages

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About:
Abstraction has long been acknowledged to be one of the key concepts in 20th century art. The artists of the Russian avant-garde, above all Wassily Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich, made a leading contribution to the birth and establishment of this exciting movement. This publication is the first attempt to bring together the wide range of materials reflecting the various paths trodden by artists working in non-objective forms in the 20th century. The album is based largely on the classical avant-garde paintings now in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, home to the world’s most representative collection of the art of this period. Works created in the second half of the 20th century have also been contributed by the Tretyakov Gallery, many of the artists themselves and several private collectors. Artists of various generations are represented by some 1,200 works in two beautifully designed volumes.

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