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Filip Malyavin

(1869 -  1940 )
malyavin Filip Baba Or Baba

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Sep 27, 2017
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Filipp Malyavin

Filip Andreeric Maljavin

 

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Filip Malyavin - Study Of A Russian Peasant Girl In Floral Scarf And Dress

Filip Malyavin - Study Of A Russian Peasant Girl In Floral Scarf And Dress

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Lot number: 581
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Filip Malyavin (Russian, 1869-1940) Study of a Russian peasant girl in floral scarf and dress signed upper right "Malyavin / 1903" oil on canvas 35 x 29cm (14 x 11in) Provenance: Private collection, UK Canvas a little dirty and slightly crinkled. Plain oak frame. Craquelure overall. Oil on canvas - unlined. Canvas tension is slack with undulations across the painting. The paint layer has a prominent crack pattern, notably at the left side. The cracks are raised in areas and this has led to small losses at the junctions of the cracks. The paint layer appears to be unvarnished. There is a layer of surface dirt and accretions.
Filip Malyavin - Winter Scene

Filip Malyavin - Winter Scene

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Lot number: 307
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Filipp Malyavin 1869 - 1940 Russian Winter Scene mixed media on paper signed and on verso inscribed "Proprietà Enrico Moll" / "Corso Columbo 18" / "Rapallo" 20 x 25 1/2 in 50.8 x 64.8cm Provenance: Acquired by Enrico Moll, grandfather of the present Private Collector, British Columbia Fillip Malyavin was born in 1869 in Kazanka, a small rural town in the Volga region of Russia. Following training as an icon-painter, in 1892 Malyavin was invited to study under Ilya Repin at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. Malyavin was prolific in his early career, producing large, bold canvases depicting Russian peasants and rural life. These colourful, impressionistic portraits would become the artist's signature style. Upon graduation from the Academy, Malyavin's official debut work, Laughter (1899), was awarded a gold medal at the International Exhibition in Paris and Whirlwind (1905) earned him a professorship at the Imperial Academy. In 1920, he visited the Kremlin and sketched Lenin, Trotsky and Lunacharsky. Malyavin emigrated to France in 1922, and exhibited extensively throughout Europe, including shows in Paris, Berlin, Milan, Nice, Stockholm and London. In 1929, Malyavin exhibited at the Galleria Bardi in Milan, where he became acquainted with Enrico Moll. Moll, a prominent Milanese textile merchant and grandfather of the consignor, purchased a number of works by Malyavin. Included in this listing is a portrait of Enrico Moll, executed by Malyavin during his time in Milan in 1929. The address inscribed on the verso of Winter Scene was Moll's address in Rapallo, near Genoa in the Ligurian Rivera, where Moll resided for the later part of his life. Please note: the sketch of Enrico Moll is not included with the sale of this lot. A third-party Conservation and Treatment Report is available upon request.
Filip Malyavin - Baba Or Baba

Filip Malyavin - Baba Or Baba

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Lot number: 373
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Description: Filipp Malyavin (Russian, 1869-1940) Baba or Baba, Winter Signed "Ph. Maliavine" l.l., titled on a presentation plaque. Oil on canvas, 32 x 25 1/2 in. (81.0 x 64.5 cm), framed. Condition: Small dots of retouch l.r., minor canvas deformation, areas of fine craquelure. Provenance: Sotheby's New York, Russian Art, April 21, 2005, Lot 34, to a private collection in Rhode Island. N.B. Please note that the artist's name has many English and French spelling variations when translated from Cyrillic, including Filip Andreevic Maljavin, Philippe Maliavine, Filipp Andreevic Malyavin, and Philip Andreevic Maliavin, or Maljawin.
Filip Malyavin - Portrait Of Fekla Ivanovna Miroszniczenko

Filip Malyavin - Portrait Of Fekla Ivanovna Miroszniczenko

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Lot number: 407
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Filipp Andreevich Malyavin
(Russian, 1869-1940)
Portrait of Fekla Ivanovna Miroszniczenko
signed lower right "Malyavin"
pencil on buff paper
h:39 w:25 cm
Filipp Andreevich Malyavin was born into a peasant family in Russia. At the age of sixteen his entire village helped fund him to travel to Mount Athos in Greece to study iconic painting. On arrival he was disappointed to discover they only made copies of Russian icons. Without any money left, he was unable to return to Russia and so entered the monastery as a novice where he continued to study iconic painting. A visiting professor discovered him and arranged for him to study at the Imperial Academy in St Petersburg. He became a successful artist and managed to continue working with the rise of Stalin, possibly due to his humble origins and focus on depicting peasants in his art. However in 1922, when travelling through Europe to attend solo exhibitions, he decided to emigrate. In 1940 he was arrested by the Gestapo in Brussels and accused of espionage. He was eventually released and forced to return to Nice by foot, where he died later that year. He is noted for changing the portrayal of peasants in Russian painting and for his brilliant use of colour.
Filip Malyavin - Russian Peasant Woman

Filip Malyavin - Russian Peasant Woman

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Lot number: 17
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The sheet is mounted at the upper edge to a mat and framed behind glass. The paper is overall slightly toned, more irregularly in the bottom. The edges are somewhat irregularly trimmed. Minor blemishes along the bottom edge, otherwise generally of good impression. The sheet dimensions are 31.8 x 22.2 cm, framed 51 x 43 cm.
Filip A. Maljavin (1869-1940), Russian Peasant Woman, c.1910/20
Colored chalk drawing on brownish wove paper
Russia, c. 1910/20
Filip Andreevic Maljavin (1869-1940) - Russian portrait and genre painter
Signed in Cyrillic lower right \‘F. Maljavin\’\’\’\’
Sheet Size: 31.8 x 22.2 cm
Framed: 51 x 43 cm
Good condition
Scenes from the peasant life determine the artistic work of the painter, who himself comes from a farming family
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