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Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik

(1902 -  1929 )
CHASHNIK Ilya Grigorevitch Suprematist Composition

Stockholms Auktionsverket
Mar 13, 2008
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Artworks in Arcadja
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Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - An Abstract Suprematist Expressionist Composition

Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - An Abstract Suprematist Expressionist Composition

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ILYA CHASHNIK Russian 1902-1929 Gouache on Paper Gouache on paper, framed. Featuring an abstract suprematist expressionist composition. Signed and attr. Ilya Chashnik (Russian, 1902-1929) on the lower right corner. 34 x 26.5 cm (13.4 x 10.4 inches). Frame size: 52 x 42 cm (20.4 x 16.5 inches). Ilya Chashnik was a suprematist artist, a pupil of Kazimir Malevich and a founding member of the UNOVIS school. Chashnik moved to Moscow in 1919 to further his artistic training at the Higher State Art-Technical-Studios (Vkhutemas) in Moscow, but his attraction for the work of Marc Chagall spurred him to return to Vitebsk after a few months to attend the art school he directed. However, after he met Malevich, who taught at the same school, his art underwent a radical change of direction and he became one of the most talented and faithful followers of his Suprematist master. During the winter of 1919–20, Malevich and a group of students formed the group known as Unovis (Affirmers of the New Art). Among those involved in the initiative were Ilya Chashnik and Nikolai Suetin, who became close friends and went on to collaborate in various projects. Chashnik developed his own style within the Suprematist idiom, evolving from Malevich\’s white compositions to paintings in which black was the predominant element. In these works geometric shapes form crossing planes with a tendency towards rhythm and symmetry. PROVENANCE: Southern Ontario estate
Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Floating Suprematist Square

Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Floating Suprematist Square

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Lot number: 113
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Ilya Chashnik, 'Floating Suprematist Square', Watercolor, 1922
Watercolor and India ink on paper
Russia, 1922
Ilya Gregorovich Chashnik (1902-1929) – Russian Suprematist artist
Framed
Dimensions: 16 1/8 x 16 5/8 in. (41 x 42.2 cm.)
Frame dimensions: 27 x 27 ½ in. (68.6 x 69.6 cm.)
Good condition
This object is sold through the New York office
Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Suprematist Pattern

Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Suprematist Pattern

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Lot number: 119
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ILYA GRIGORIEVICH CHASHNIK (RUSSIAN 1902-1929)
Suprematist Pattern
, 1922
gouache on joined paper
38 x 50.5 cm. (15 x 19 7/8 in.)
acquisition label indicating title, author, date and UNOVIS membership from the Museum of Artistic Culture, RSFSR on verso
Collection of the Museum of Artistic Culture, RSFSR
Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Suprematist Composition

Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Suprematist Composition

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Lot number: 181
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- Ilya Grigorievich Chashnik
1902-1929
Suprematist composition
Watercolour
Executed circa 1924.
14 x 10 cm.
EXHIBITED
Gallery Gmurzynska, Cologne
Gallery Aronowitsch, Stockholm, March 1976
Chashnik, who was born in Latvia, spent his childhood in Vitebsk and studied there before briefly moving to Moscow to study at Vkhutemas in 1919. He quickly returned to his home town to study first under Chagall, and then Malevich, who took over the Vitebsk Art Institute in the winter of 1919-20 and was one of the founding members of Unovis (Affirmers of the New Art). He wrote the editorial for the group's first almanac, and took part in all their exhibitions. In 1922, Malevich left Vitebsk for Petrograd and was soon followed by Chashnik. There he worked as a designer at the State Porcelain Manufactory, and in 1924 worked as an assistant to Malevich in his work on architectural models. He died after having his appendix removed in 1929, at the age of 27.
Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Suprematistische Komposition Für Ein Bücherkiosk

Ilya Grigorevitch Chashnik - Suprematistische Komposition Für Ein Bücherkiosk

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Lot number: 649
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Ilia Grigorievich Chashnik (1902-1929)

Suprematistische Komposition für ein Bücherkiosk

watercolour and pencil on paper

7 7/8 x 10¾ in. (20 x 27.2 cm.)

Executed circa 1924
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PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE CHRISTIAN
FISCHBACHER
Provenance
Archive Lev Nussberg, USA.

Galerie Schlégel, Zurich (no. 48A).

Acquired from above by the Christian Fischbacher in July
1989.
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