20th Century Constructivist Mixed Technique Russian Painting
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20th-century constructivist mixed technique Russian painting. Constructivist composition dated about 1920-1930, mixed technique. The artistic current of Constructivism is a cultural movement born in Russia in 1913, shortly before the revolution of 1917 and its strengths are optimism towards technological progress, machine, and industry. Constructivism proposes the evolution of art to exalt the new social class founded on the proletariat, in the need to realize a direct comparison between art and revolution. The works of the artists of this period are based on a strictly geometric composition and therefore devoid of objects. In Germany, it was then the Bauhaus that developed the inheritance in a more fruitful way. In Russia, Constructivism declines in Rationalism, while in the rest of Europe, it gradually falls back to classical positions to become extinct from 1933. Important exponents of Constructivism were Vladimir Tatlin, El Lissitskij, Aleksandr Rodchenko, and Lajos Kassak. Handcrafted frame painted gold. Measures: cm. 67 x 86 x 2 internal measures cm. 40 x 60.
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86H x 67W x 2D
33,86H x 26,38W x 0,79D
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Paper, Gilt wood
Good; Wear consistent with age and use.
International - YES
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