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Christina Shteinikova
Petrozavodsk
    Henri Le Fauconnier. Little schoolgirl
    Maurice de Vlaminck. Landscape at Auvers
    Maurice de Vlaminck. Still life
    David Davidovich Burliuk. Family portrait
    Family portrait
    David Davidovich Burliuk
    1916, 59.5×68.5 cm
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      Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky. The bullfight in Seville
      Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky. Amateur bullfighting
        Wassily Kandinsky. Two on a horse
        Wassily Kandinsky. Blue sky
        Wassily Kandinsky. Improvisation 7
        Wassily Kandinsky. Landscape with factory chimney
          Paul Cezanne. Still life with cherries and peaches
          Paul Cezanne. Girl at the piano
          Christina Shteinikova
          liked the article in the encyclopedia The ‘Knave of Diamonds’
          The ‘Knave of Diamonds’! No prominent Russian avant-garde artist was able to give that society the go-by. Moreover, it was nothing else, but the ‘Knave of Diamonds’ that gave rise to them all. Now they are recognised as the pioneers and the gold standard of avant-garde. All artists, now classical, once were rebels, and the Diamond-Knavers were not an exception. Mikhail Larionov , Natalia…
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            Mikhail Larionov. Portrait of the poet Velimir Khlebnikov
            Robert Rafailovich Falk. Crimea. Lombardy poplar
            Robert Rafailovich Falk. Red furniture
            Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky. San Maxim. Palm trees
            San Maxim. Palm trees
            Petr Petrovich Konchalovsky
            1908, 73.2×93.5 cm
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