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Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio

Russian Federation (18271905 ) - Artworks
LAGORIO Leon Felixowitsch Approaching The Crimean Coast

Auctionata /Jun 18, 2014
120,000.00
80,000.00

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Variants on Artist's name :

Lagorio Lew

Lagorio Lev Felixovich

 

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Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Coastal View From Jaffa Near Tel Aviv

Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Coastal View From Jaffa Near Tel Aviv

Original 1897
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Lot number: 305
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Lev Felixovich Lagorio , b. Teodosia, Crimea 1827, d. St. Petersburg 1905 Coastal view from Jaffa near Tel Aviv. Signed and dated L. F. Lagorio 1897 (in Cyrillic). Oil on canvas. 25 x 37 cm. On the reverse of the frame Tsaritsa Maria Feodorovna of Russia's owner's label with mitre crowned Cyrillic monogram. Provenance: Tsaritsa Maria Feodorovna of Russia (1847-1928), hence the daughter Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna (1882-1960). She sold it to the present owner's father in 1947, when she emigrated to Canada.
Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Moonlit Seascape

Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Moonlit Seascape

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Lot number: 26
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Lev F. Lagorio (1826-1905), Moonlit Seascape, Oil, c. 1880 Oil on canvas Russia, c. 1880 Lev Feliksovič Lagorio (1826-1905) - Russian landscape and marine painter of Italian descent Signed in Cyrillic ‘Лагорио’’’’ lower right Dimensions: 23.5 x 32 cm Gilt stucco frame: 37 x 45 cm Good Condition Evocative coastal landscape with picturesque effects; Lagorios seascapes at moonlight fetch up to €37,000 in the international auction market This object is sold through the Berlin office Detailed description Lev Feliksovič Lagorio painted with preference subjects from the Finnish and Black Sea coast. His paintings stand in the tradition of Romantic ... 107546 > Read more
Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Crossing The River In The Caucasus Mountains

Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Crossing The River In The Caucasus Mountains

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Lot number: 69
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Description: LAGORIO, LEV (1827-1905) Crossing the River in the Caucasus Mountains, signed. Oil on canvas, 72.5 by 104.5 cm. > Provenance: With the Tomasz Metlewicz Gallery, Vienna, in 1988. >Private collection, Europe. >Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the expert V. Petrov. >When admiring Crossing the River in the Caucasus Mountains , we immediately sense Lev Lagorio's deeply Romantic style, capturing hues in the natural environment evocative of moods and feelings, which indicate both a Russian and Italian influence. Lagorio's artistic influence can be traced to his own origins. Born into the family of the Neapolitan Vice-Consul in Feodosia, Lagorio shared a penchant for both his nativeCrimean coast and his Italian heritage. > In Crossing the River in the Caucasus Mountains Lagorio wonderfully combines both dramatic and highly idyllic scenery, which creates a sense of tranquility and an overwhelming feeling of natural beauty. The painter portrays a peaceful shimmering blue river in the foreground with staffage, while the tall Caucasus Mountains stand proudly in the background. His talent for rendering water in its various states can be explained through his childhood spent on the coast, under the direct influence of his teacher, Russia's most renowned seascape artist, Ivan Aivazovsky. Lagorio's artistic path would lead to his fame as one of the most talented 19th century seascape and landscape artists. > After graduating from the Imperial Academy of Arts in 1850, where he was taught by Maxim Vorobiev and Bogdan Villevalde, Lagorio was awarded the highest rank a painter could possibly receive - that of the First Grade Painter. The award meant a study tour abroad. Before leaving his homeland Lagorio was first sent to the Caucasus on an artistic mission. The Caucasus Mountains captivated him and would leave a deep and permanent imprint on the painter. After a tour of Europe and having lived in Italy, Lagorio returned to his homeland and became a revered professor at the Academy. > Although he had painted many sea and landscapes, we can feel a certain freshness in his impression and a wonderful sincerity in Crossing the River in the Caucasus Mountains , reminiscent of the Italianate landscapes he familiarised himself with during his stay in Europe. The present work is a prime example of his mature period and illustrates Lagorio's evident talent for rendering both light and shade in the misty mountain valley and on water.
Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Approaching The Crimean Coast

Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Approaching The Crimean Coast

Original 1873
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Lot number: 23
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The present painting is the work of the Russian artist Lev Feliksovich Lagorio, and dates from 1873. It depicts the landing of a boat on the Crimean coast at the Black Sea. Lagorio had a studio in Sudak in the Crimea, where he liked to work during the summer months. In the center of the painting is shown the berthing boat, while in the distance is still visible the departing ship. The surging waters break on the bow of the boat, from which the passengers go ashore, some of them carrying their luggage with them. A sailor carries on his shoulders a passenger to the shore, where is located a large sailboat. Onshore, the passengers are awaited by Russian coast residents, Cossacks and Crimean Tatars. With brilliance, Lagorio has captured the light and the special colors of the sea, sometimes silver-colored, sometimes white-foaming and sometimes with numerous shades. The painting is signed and dated in Cyrillic lower left, 'Lagorio 1873’’’’. The back of the frame shows old adhesive labels with information on the provenance and the artist as well as a stamp of the framer (Cyrillic: ‘Fabrika Ram ' L. Beggrova ( ... ) St. Petersburg ‘). The painting is in good overall condition with minimal craquelure, faint framing marks and areas of abrasion, especially to the sky. Inspection under UV light reveals large areas of retouching to the left and upper edge, as well as tiny points of retouching to the water, the figures and the sky. The bow of the boat shows a major retouched area. The original frame has only a few small nicks. The overall dimensions, framed, are 71 x 102 cm. The stretcher measures 40 x 71 cm. The painting has been in family ownership since over 100 years. It was acquired by an ancestor of the family, Carl Emil Weber (Vice Consul in St. Petersburg), and his wife Elisabeth Weber (born Hauff), probably directly from the artist in the 1870s in St. Petersburg. The children of the vice consul settled in Germany in 1914. Since then, it has been inherited. Lew Felixowitsch Lagorio (1827-1905) Born in Feodosia in the Crimea, Lagorio studied at the St. Petersburg Academy of Art with Maxim Vorobyov and Gotfrid Pavlovich Villeval'de from 1843 to 1850. In his early work, he was influenced by the seascapes of the most famous Russian marine painter Ivan Aivazovsky, who also lived in the Crimea. Lagorio took part in the Caucasian War, painting there especially coastal and mountain landscapes. From 1852, he studied for several years in Italy. In his later works, he painted in particular coastal landscapes in Finland and Norway, as well as scenes from the Russian-Turkish war. Promoted by the Tsar, he was awarded with several gold and silver medals of the Academy of Arts. Works by Lagorio can be found in many Russian museums, including the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, the Museum of Russian Art in Kiev and the Municipal Museum in Riga. Lev F. Lagorio (1828-1905), Approaching the Crimean Coast, 1873 Oil on canvas Russia, 1873 Lev Feliksovich Lagorio (1827-1905) - Russian landscape and marine painter of Italian origin Signed and dated lower left in Cyrillic, ‘Lagorio 1873’’’’ Crimean coastline with fine figural staffage Verso old adhesive labels with information on the provenance and the artist as well as stamp of framer (Cyrillic: Fabrika Ram 'L. Beggrova (...) St. Petersburg’’’’) Magnificent original frame Overall dimensions, framed: 71 x 102 cm Good condition Provenance: In family ownership for more than 100 years, private collection southern Germany Fine and typical coastal scenery of the Crimea, the birthplace of the artist, to which he felt very connected. A large-scale marine painting by the artist was sold for almost 2 million euros in 2007. Paintings of similar sizes sell for up to 240,000 euros in the international art market The present painting is the work of the Russian artist Lev Feliksovich Lagorio, and dates from 1873. It depicts the landing of a boat on the ...
Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Steamship On High Seas

Leon Felixowitsch Lagorio - Steamship On High Seas

Original 1891
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Lot number: 121
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Sotheby's London, The Russian Sale, 26 May 2004, lot 68 Acquired at the above sale by the present owner PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION, ITALY Lev Felixovich Lagorio 1826-1905 STEAMSHIP ON HIGH SEAS signed in Cyrillic and dated 1891 l.l. oil on canvas 49 by 39cm, 19 1/4 by 15 1/4 in. Original canvas. There is a small hole of less than one centimetre in the lower right corner. Horizontal and vertical stretcher marks are visible in the sky near the top centre. There are scattered minor stains. There are some minor flecks of paint loss along the left edge. Held in a wooden frame. Unexamined out of frame.
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