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Yelena Makovskaya Luksh

(1878 -  1967 )
MAKOVSKAYA LUKSH Yelena Two Brothers

Stahl
Jun 20, 2015
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Yelena Makovskaya Luksh - Hands

Yelena Makovskaya Luksh - Hands

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Lot number: 215
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Elena Luksch-Makowsky St. Petersburg 1878 - Hamburg 1967 Hands Oil/cardboard, 35 x 28 cm, lo. ri. sign. a. dat. Elena Makowsky 1898.

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Russian-German paintress, daughter of the painter C. Makoswky. She studied 1894/95 painting at the St. Petersburg academy under I. Repin a. sculpting under W. A. Beklemischow. In 1900 she created a relief in cooperation with S. Konjekow for the Paris World Fair. With a scholarship she could continue her studies at the painting school of A. Azbe in Munich, where she met M. Werefkin, A. Jawlensky a. her future husband R. Luksch. The couple moved to Vienna, where L.-M. became the first female member of the secession. In 1907 they moved to Hamburg.
Yelena Makovskaya Luksh - Two Brothers

Yelena Makovskaya Luksh - Two Brothers

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Lot number: 166
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Elena Luksch-Makowsky, St. Petersburg 1878 - Hamburg 1967
Two Brothers
Oil on canvas on cardboard, 85 x 59 cm. - Russian-German paintress, daughter of the painter C. Makoswky. She studied 1894/95 painting at the St. Petersburg academy under I. Repin a. sculpting under W. A. Beklemischow. In 1900 she created a relief in cooperation with S. Konjekow for the Paris World Fair. With a scholarship she could continue her studies at the painting school of A. Azbe in Munich, where she met M. Werefkin, A. Jawlensky a. her future husband R. Luksch. The couple moved to Vienna, where L.-M. became the first female member of the secession. In 1907 they moved to Hamburg. - Mus.: Hamburg (Kunsthalle, MK&G), Schleswig (SHLM), Wien (Österr. Galerie). - Lit.: Rump, Der Neue Rump, Vollmer, Bown a. others.
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