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Graphics, 1910-th , 10×18 cm

Description of the artwork «Turner»

"Turner" etching by Bakst L. S. early XX century
caption bottom right
print size 14.5 x 18 cm in a frame under glass and mat 31 x 34 cm

Bakst (Rosenberg) Lev Samoilovich (1866-1924)
Painter, graphic artist, theater artist.
Until 1894 he attended the IAH as a volunteer, then studied in Paris with A. A. Edelfeld. One of the organizers and active figure in the World of Art association. Participant of exhibitions since 1890 (IAH, "Society of Russian watercolors", CPX, "World of Art", etc.). Outstanding master of theatrical costume. For S. P. Diaghilev's troupe in Paris he designed the productions Cleopatra (1909), Carnival (1910), Scheherazade by N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov (1910), Daphnis and Chloe by M. Ravel (1912) ... In 1890-1917. worked for the magazines "World of Art", "Libra", "Apollo", "Bogey". In 1914 he received the title of academician. After 1917 he lived and worked abroad: in Paris, Brussels, Rome, New York, London. Personal exhibitions took place in Paris (1906), Brussels (1910), Rome (1911). Works are located at the State Tretyakov Gallery, State Russian Museum, State Central Theater Museum named after A. A. Bakhrushin, many regional museums, as well as in private collections in Russia and abroad
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About the artwork

Art form: Graphics

Subject and objects: Landscape, Literary scene

Style of art: Surrealism

Technique: Aquafortis

Materials: Paper

Date of creation: 1910-th

Size: 10×18 cm


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