Ivan Klioune

(18731943 ) - Artworks
KLIOUNE Ivan Relief

Christie's /Nov 26, 2008
68,882.88 - 91,843.83
78,770.11

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Variants on Artist's name :

Kliun Ivan Kliunkov

Kljun Iwan Wasiljewitsch

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Ivan Klioune - Sailing Boats At Sunrise

Ivan Klioune - Sailing Boats At Sunrise

Original 1895
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Lot number: 24
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Ivan K. Aivazovsky, Sailing Boats at Sunrise, Russia, 1895 Oil on canvas Russia, 1895 Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (1817-1900) – Russian marine painter Signed with monogram lower right ‘A’’’’ On reverse in Cyrillic signed and dated ‘Aivazovskij 1895‘ Certificate by Mr. Ivan Samarine, London, dated October 2014. The painting has been recorded in the archives of Aivazovsky paintings under the unique reference number CS-1895 011. Overall dimensions: 16.5 x 27.5 cm Very good condition Provenance: Private collection, Berlin; according to the previous owner’’’’s information the painting has belonged to the family’’’’s estate since the early 20th century. The grandparents/ancestors had initially been active at the tsar’’’’s court and probably moved to Germany in the 1920s Aivazovsky was specialized in the depiction of atmospheric seascapes; comparable small-sized compositions fetch up to around €210,000 at international auctions The present painting is an impressive example of the artistic output of the Russian artist Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky and dates to 1895. The charming small-sized compositions are typical for the artist’’’’s later artistic period and captures the atmosphere of two large ships disappearing behind the hazy light of the morning sun, while a small rowing boat transfers to the beach. The painting is presented in a golden stucco frame that probably dates from around 1900. The painting is signed with monogram lower right ‘A’’’’. On reverse the canvas is signed and dated in Cyrillic ‘Aivazovskij 1895‘. Inspection under UV light reveals light areas of retouching to the sky and to the upper edge. The paint surface is affected by areas of light craquelure. The stretcher measures 16.5 x 27.5 cm. The stucco frame only shows small traces of age and use and measures 30 x 40 cm. Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky (1817-1900) The marine painter Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky was of Armenian descent and was born in Feodosija in the Crimea. Thanks to the permission of Tsar Nicholas I., he received his first artistic training at the Russian Academy of Arts, which was followed by further classes under the landscape painter Maxim Worobjow (1787-1855) at the Arts Academy in St. Petersburg. From 1839 to 1844, Aivazovsky traveled with further support by the Tsar to Europe and studied intensively the masterpieces in Venice, Florence and Rome. Aivazovsky finally became a full member of the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg and was appointed Professor at the age of thirty. He frequently traveled to art centers such as Paris and Constantinople. Works by Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky can be found in the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and in the Aivazovsky Museum in Feodosia in the Crimea. (cbo)
Ivan Klioune - Composition, Composition 'b', Composition 'c', Composition 'd'

Ivan Klioune - Composition, Composition 'b', Composition 'c', Composition 'd'

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Ivan Kliun Composition, Composition 'B', Composition 'C', Composition 'D' Vier Papierarbeiten: Gouache, Aquarell über Bleistiftvorzeichnung auf Papier. 5,5 x 7,5 cm, 6 x 7 cm, 7 x 7,7 cm, 6,2 x 8,2 cm. Zusammen unter Glas gerahmt. - Mit minimalen Randmängeln. Sonst in sehr guter Erhaltung. Provenienz Fischer Fine Art Ltd London, Registrier-Nr. CK 10.996 (mit rückseitigem Aufkleber) vom Vorbesitzer bei Annely Juda, London, erworben (1989/1990) seitdem Privatsammlung Hessen Ausstellungen London 1984 (Annely Juda Fine Art), Dada - Constructivism, Kat. Nr. 78 (mit rückseitigem Aufkleber) Ivan Kliun Composition, Composition 'B', Composition 'C', Composition 'D' Four works on paper: Gouache and watercolour over preparatory pencil drawing on paper. 5.5 x 7.5 cm, 6 x 7 cm, 7 x 7.7 cm, 6.2 x 8.2 cm. Framed together under glass. - Margins with minor defects. Otherwise in very good condition. Provenance Fischer Fine Art Ltd London, registry no. CK 10.996 (with label verso) acquired from the previous owner (1989/1990) from Annely Juda, London in private possession since, Hesse Exhibitions London 1984 (Annely Juda Fine Art), Dada - Constructivism, cat. no.78 (with label verso)
Ivan Klioune - Suprematist Composition With Arch Moscou

Ivan Klioune - Suprematist Composition With Arch Moscou

Original 1921
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Lot number: 85
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Ivan Vasilievitch KLIUN (1873-1943) Suprematist Composition with Arch Moscou,1921 Huile sur toile, monogrammée en bas à gauche en cyrillique 82 x 62 cm - 32 x 24 1/2 in. Oil on canvas, monogrammed in Cyrillic lower left Provenance : Acheté directemement auprès de l'artiste par Monsieur K. Stramentov, (gendre de G Costakis) Collection particulière depuis 1972 Collection privée, France L'authenticité a été confirmée par Madame Svetlana A Kliunkova, Moscou
Ivan Klioune - Relief

Ivan Klioune - Relief

Original 1917
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Lot number: 268
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Ivan Kliun (1873-1943) Relief painted wood and paper collage assemblage mounted on panel 13½ x 8 x 1½ in. (34.1 x 20.2 x 3.4 cm.) Executed circa 1916-1917 Provenance Radack collection, by whom acquired in Germany in the1930s. Galerie Jean Chauvelin, Paris. The Sackner Archive, Florida, by whom acquired from the above in1982. Property from the Sackner Archive, Christie's, London, 8February 2005, lot 374. Acquired at the above sale by the present owner. Literature Exhibition catalogue, The Russian Avant-Garde and AmericanAbstract Artists, The Lowe Art Museum, Miami, March - April 1983,no. 11, illustrated p. 25. Exhibition catalogue, Culture of Materials: The Russian Avant-Gardeand Counter-Cubism, Stux Gallery, New York, May - June 1991, no. 2,illustrated. Exhibited Miami, The Lowe Art Museum, The Russian Avant-Garde and AmericanAbstract Artists, March - April 1983, no. 11. New York, Stux Gallery, Culture of Materials: The RussianAvant-Garde and Counter-Cubism, May - June 1991, no. 2. Lot Notes Ivan Vasilevich Kliun, a contemporary of Kazimir Malevich,worked on the boundaries of Suprematism and early Constructivism.Like Malevich, he was interested in the problem of colour in a flatart composition, as in a multi-dimensional work. The son of a carpenter, Kliun paid particular attention to the richtexture and shades of colour of different types of wood. Kliunshared the Tatlinian veneration for 'materials' by which foundobjects are considered to have an intrinsic meaning due to theirunique form and texture. Following this line of reasoning, theircreative assemblage emphasises each object's pure and raw strength,independently and as a whole. The refined simplicity of thisassemblage pays homage to Kliun's explorations into the renditionof space through the weaving of abstract planar surfaces. Theacademically-established genre of sculptural relief is revived witha radical Cubo-Futurist twist. Kliun experimented with an 'assortment of materials' in the spiritof Tatlin right up until 1916. Kliun, the Suprematist did notaccept the the transition from construction to the creation ofutilitarian objects and the appearance of Constructivism. For him,a painting was always a pure, artistic experiment, and never atechnical project.
Ivan Klioune - Composition

Ivan Klioune - Composition

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Lot number: 306
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Ivan Vasilievitch Kliun 1873 - 1943 Item Name Composition Technique Gouache and watercolor Measurements 21.7X14 cm Signed Signed with the initials. Value $4000 - 6000 More Details Accompanied by a letter from Ms. Nurit Barak from 22 November 2007, Tel Aviv, confirming that this item belonged to her parents' collection and was purchased in the 1970s.
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