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ZVEREV ANATOLY WATERCOLOR/PAPER V$8,000

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ZVEREV ANATOLY WATERCOLOR/PAPER V$8,000
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MEASUREMENTS:26"WX33"H FRAMED, MINT CONDITION/"in the style of"Anatoly Timofeevich Zverev Russian was a Russian artist, a member of the non-conformist movement and a founder of Russian Expressionism in the 1960s. He spent all of his life in Moscow. A Zverev self-portrait was featured in the March 28, 1960 issue of LIFE beside a portrait of Vladimir Lenin by the Soviet artist Vladimir Serov (1910-1968) to contrast the underground with the official art of Russia.[1] When Nikita Khrushchev learned about the publication he was outraged and forbade all contacts with Western visitors and closed down all semi-legal exhibitions. Zverev was the main target of his outrage, forcing him into hiding. From time to time he disappeared and the rumours of his death began to spread about Moscow. Each time the rumours were not justified. "They have stumbled on me again" he used to say. He never complained and made jokes: "I am not a communist, I am a harmonist." /Private collection, no documentation.
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ZVEREV ANATOLY WATERCOLOR/PAPER V$8,000

Estimate $5,000 - $8,000
Jun 03, 2022
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Starting Price $200
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0063: ZVEREV ANATOLY WATERCOLOR/PAPER V$8,000

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Est. $5,000 - $8,000Starting Price $200
SUMMER ESTATES FINE ART, PURSES,JEWELRY,GLASS
Jun 03, 2022 6:30 PM EDT
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MEASUREMENTS:26"WX33"H FRAMED, MINT CONDITION/"in the style of"Anatoly Timofeevich Zverev Russian was a Russian artist, a member of the non-conformist movement and a founder of Russian Expressionism in the 1960s. He spent all of his life in Moscow. A Zverev self-portrait was featured in the March 28, 1960 issue of LIFE beside a portrait of Vladimir Lenin by the Soviet artist Vladimir Serov (1910-1968) to contrast the underground with the official art of Russia.[1] When Nikita Khrushchev learned about the publication he was outraged and forbade all contacts with Western visitors and closed down all semi-legal exhibitions. Zverev was the main target of his outrage, forcing him into hiding. From time to time he disappeared and the rumours of his death began to spread about Moscow. Each time the rumours were not justified. "They have stumbled on me again" he used to say. He never complained and made jokes: "I am not a communist, I am a harmonist." /Private collection, no documentation.

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