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Oil painting Spring Gaush Alexander Fedorovich

Lot 0021 Details

Description
№Verns 1191


*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Spring"
* ARTISTS: Gaush Alexander Fedorovich
* SIZE: 70x100 cm/'27.55x39.37 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, canvas
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
* CONDITION: we tried to convey the maximum information with the help of photos about this product

About the artist: Alexander Fedorovich (Alexander Gustav Adolf) Gaush - artist, philanthropist, teacher, professor.

The fate of the remarkable Russian artist of the "World of Art" circle A.F. Gausha is primarily associated with his hometown of St. Petersburg. But Odessa also became part of his creative biography, here he took part in the II Salon of V. Izdebsky (1911), in exhibitions of the Association of South Russian Artists (1904, 1905, 1907, 1909-1915) and the Art Society named after V.I. K.K. Kostandi (1925-1929), and from 1928 to 1938 he lived in our city and taught at the Polytechnic of Fine Arts (from 1930 - OKHI, from 1934 - OKHU).

Alexander Fedorovich Gaush was born on September 11 (August 30, O.S.) 1873 in St. Petersburg in the family of a hereditary Honorary Citizen, merchant of the 1st guild, Fedor Fedorovich Gaush. The Gaushas lived in their own house at 74, Angliyskaya Embankment.

In 1889, Alexander Gaush graduated from the Reformed School. From 1892 to 1893 he attended the Drawing School of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts. In 1893-1899. was a volunteer at the Higher Art School at the Imperial Academy of Arts, where he studied in the workshops of A.I. Kuindzhi and A.A. Kiseleva; at the same time he studied drawing with P.P. Chistyakov. In 1895 he lived in Paris, where he attended the Academy of R. Julien. In 1899 he received the title of artist (with the right to teach in educational institutions) for the landscapes "Towards the Evening" and "Wind".

A.F. Gaush
Birch trees. 1910th. Canvas, oil. Chuvash State Art Museum.
Since 1897 A.F. Gausch was a participant in exhibitions of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, in 1903 he was one of the founders of the New Society of Artists (participant of exhibitions - 1904, 1905, 1907), was a member and exhibitor of the Society of Artists named after. A.I. Kuindzhi.

Alexander Fedorovich also exhibited his works at the Spring Exhibitions in the halls of the Academy of Arts (1900-1902), exhibitions of the TYURKH, the Union of Russian Artists (1906-1907), the Leonardo da Vinci Society (1906), the Youth Union (1910), the World of Art (1911-1913, 1915-1918, 1922, since 1916 - a member of the association), Association of Independent (1916). He also took part in the exhibitions “Wreath” (1908), “Wreath-Stefanos” (1909), in the Salons of V.A. Izdebsky (I - Petersburg, Riga, 1910; II - Odessa, 1911).

The works of A.F. Gausha were presented at international exhibitions in Vienna (1908), Brussels (1910), Rome (1911), Venice (1914), the Baltic Exhibition in Malmo (1914).

Alexander Fedorovich traveled a lot. In 1894 he made a trip to Russia. Repeatedly visited Germany, France, Italy, Austria; visited Spain (1906) and England (1911-1912).

In 1904 A.F. Gaush together with N.F. Root has prepared a textbook “Drawings by Russian Artists”.

In 1907, the Museum of Old Petersburg (now the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg) was created in St. Petersburg under the Society of Architects and Artists. The museum was created by connoisseurs and connoisseurs of St. Petersburg history and architecture. A.F. Gausch was among them. Occupying the position of chief curator, he presented valuable gifts to the museum for many years; at his own expense, he invited photographers to capture the wooden buildings that were to be demolished (thanks to this, the museum has preserved beautiful photographs of the buildings of old Petersburg that have long been defunct).

A.F. Gaush
Scenery. Boom., M. I quarter of the XX century
A.F. Gaush
Green trees. Mixed media on paper. 1939.
In 1911 A.F. Gaush together with A.N. Benois designed the "Historical Exhibition of Architecture" in the halls of the Academy of Arts.

In 1916, at the N.E. A personal exhibition of Alexander Fedorovich Gaush was held by prey. By this time, the artist had created works that brought him fame: "Outside the city" (1900), "The Grand Palace in Tsarskoe Selo" (1902), "Novgorod" (1904), "Fresh Day" (1905), "Pavlovsky Park" (1905), “In the South” (1911), “Spring” (1911), “Sunrise” (1914), “Autumn in the Mountains” (1915).

A.F. Gaush
6 postcards: Road; Windy day; Alley; Dusk; At a lake; April. (Finland). Three-color autotype from the works of A. Gausch. Publication for the benefit of the Community of St. Eugenia.
After the October Revolution, Alexander Fedorovich taught at various educational institutions in Petrograd, collaborated with the House of Arts, was one of the organizers and artist of the Petrushka Theater (now the State Puppet Theater named after E.S.Demmeni). In 1924, especially for the debut performance of this theater, the son of A.F. Gausha, playwright Yu.A. Gausch, wrote the play "Harlequinade".

In the post-revolutionary years A.F. Gausch continued to take an active part in various exhibitions: in the First State Free Exhibition of Works of Art (1919), an exhibition of artists of all directions in Petrograd (1923), the First Russian Art Exhibition at the Van Diemen Gallery in Berlin (1922), a traveling exhibition of Russian art in the USA (1924-1925).

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    Lot 0021 Details

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    №Verns 1191


    *** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
    * TITLE: "Spring"
    * ARTISTS: Gaush Alexander Fedorovich
    * SIZE: 70x100 cm/'27.55x39.37 inches'
    * MEDIUM: oil, canvas
    * HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
    * CONDITION: we tried to convey the maximum information with the help of photos about this product

    About the artist: Alexander Fedorovich (Alexander Gustav Adolf) Gaush - artist, philanthropist, teacher, professor.

    The fate of the remarkable Russian artist of the "World of Art" circle A.F. Gausha is primarily associated with his hometown of St. Petersburg. But Odessa also became part of his creative biography, here he took part in the II Salon of V. Izdebsky (1911), in exhibitions of the Association of South Russian Artists (1904, 1905, 1907, 1909-1915) and the Art Society named after V.I. K.K. Kostandi (1925-1929), and from 1928 to 1938 he lived in our city and taught at the Polytechnic of Fine Arts (from 1930 - OKHI, from 1934 - OKHU).

    Alexander Fedorovich Gaush was born on September 11 (August 30, O.S.) 1873 in St. Petersburg in the family of a hereditary Honorary Citizen, merchant of the 1st guild, Fedor Fedorovich Gaush. The Gaushas lived in their own house at 74, Angliyskaya Embankment.

    In 1889, Alexander Gaush graduated from the Reformed School. From 1892 to 1893 he attended the Drawing School of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts. In 1893-1899. was a volunteer at the Higher Art School at the Imperial Academy of Arts, where he studied in the workshops of A.I. Kuindzhi and A.A. Kiseleva; at the same time he studied drawing with P.P. Chistyakov. In 1895 he lived in Paris, where he attended the Academy of R. Julien. In 1899 he received the title of artist (with the right to teach in educational institutions) for the landscapes "Towards the Evening" and "Wind".

    A.F. Gaush
    Birch trees. 1910th. Canvas, oil. Chuvash State Art Museum.
    Since 1897 A.F. Gausch was a participant in exhibitions of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, in 1903 he was one of the founders of the New Society of Artists (participant of exhibitions - 1904, 1905, 1907), was a member and exhibitor of the Society of Artists named after. A.I. Kuindzhi.

    Alexander Fedorovich also exhibited his works at the Spring Exhibitions in the halls of the Academy of Arts (1900-1902), exhibitions of the TYURKH, the Union of Russian Artists (1906-1907), the Leonardo da Vinci Society (1906), the Youth Union (1910), the World of Art (1911-1913, 1915-1918, 1922, since 1916 - a member of the association), Association of Independent (1916). He also took part in the exhibitions “Wreath” (1908), “Wreath-Stefanos” (1909), in the Salons of V.A. Izdebsky (I - Petersburg, Riga, 1910; II - Odessa, 1911).

    The works of A.F. Gausha were presented at international exhibitions in Vienna (1908), Brussels (1910), Rome (1911), Venice (1914), the Baltic Exhibition in Malmo (1914).

    Alexander Fedorovich traveled a lot. In 1894 he made a trip to Russia. Repeatedly visited Germany, France, Italy, Austria; visited Spain (1906) and England (1911-1912).

    In 1904 A.F. Gaush together with N.F. Root has prepared a textbook “Drawings by Russian Artists”.

    In 1907, the Museum of Old Petersburg (now the State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg) was created in St. Petersburg under the Society of Architects and Artists. The museum was created by connoisseurs and connoisseurs of St. Petersburg history and architecture. A.F. Gausch was among them. Occupying the position of chief curator, he presented valuable gifts to the museum for many years; at his own expense, he invited photographers to capture the wooden buildings that were to be demolished (thanks to this, the museum has preserved beautiful photographs of the buildings of old Petersburg that have long been defunct).

    A.F. Gaush
    Scenery. Boom., M. I quarter of the XX century
    A.F. Gaush
    Green trees. Mixed media on paper. 1939.
    In 1911 A.F. Gaush together with A.N. Benois designed the "Historical Exhibition of Architecture" in the halls of the Academy of Arts.

    In 1916, at the N.E. A personal exhibition of Alexander Fedorovich Gaush was held by prey. By this time, the artist had created works that brought him fame: "Outside the city" (1900), "The Grand Palace in Tsarskoe Selo" (1902), "Novgorod" (1904), "Fresh Day" (1905), "Pavlovsky Park" (1905), “In the South” (1911), “Spring” (1911), “Sunrise” (1914), “Autumn in the Mountains” (1915).

    A.F. Gaush
    6 postcards: Road; Windy day; Alley; Dusk; At a lake; April. (Finland). Three-color autotype from the works of A. Gausch. Publication for the benefit of the Community of St. Eugenia.
    After the October Revolution, Alexander Fedorovich taught at various educational institutions in Petrograd, collaborated with the House of Arts, was one of the organizers and artist of the Petrushka Theater (now the State Puppet Theater named after E.S.Demmeni). In 1924, especially for the debut performance of this theater, the son of A.F. Gausha, playwright Yu.A. Gausch, wrote the play "Harlequinade".

    In the post-revolutionary years A.F. Gausch continued to take an active part in various exhibitions: in the First State Free Exhibition of Works of Art (1919), an exhibition of artists of all directions in Petrograd (1923), the First Russian Art Exhibition at the Van Diemen Gallery in Berlin (1922), a traveling exhibition of Russian art in the USA (1924-1925).

    Reserve: $10,000.00

    Shipping:
  • Domestic: Flat-rate of $38.00 (regular) or $59.00 (UPS) to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.
  • International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.
  • Combined shipping: Please ask about combined shipping for multiple lots before bidding.
  • Location: This item ships from the Ukraine.

    Your purchase is protected:
    Photos, descriptions, and estimates were prepared with the utmost care by a fully certified expert and appraiser. All items in this sale are guaranteed authentic.

    In the rare event that the item did not conform to the lot description in the sale, Jasper52 specialists are here to help. Buyers may return the item for a full refund provided you notify Jasper52 within 5 days of receiving the item.
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