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Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin

(1859 -  1937 )
MALYUTIN Sergei Vasilievich The Lunch Of The Artel

Bruun Rasmussen
Sep 13, 2010
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Variants on Artist's name :

Maliutin Sergei Vasil'Evich

Malioutine Serguei Vassiliev.

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - Portrait Of The Artist's Son, Vladimir

Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - Portrait Of The Artist's Son, Vladimir

Original 1914
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Lot number: 140
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LOT 140
PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT EUROPEAN COLLECTION
SERGEI VASILIEVICH MALYUTIN
1859-1937
PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST'S SON, VLADIMIR
signed with initials in Cyrillic and dated 1914 t.l.
oil on canvas
40,000—60,000 GBP
58 by 49.5cm, 22 3/4 by 19 1/2 in.
Description
signed with initials in Cyrillic and dated 1914 t.l.
oil on canvas
PROVENANCE
The Fine Art Salon of Nadezhda E. Dobychina, Petrograd,No.3947
CATALOGUE NOTE
Described by Alexander Benois as 'one of our finest artists',Sergei Malyutin left a significant artistic legacy despite therelatively small number of his works which have survived. A regular exhibitor with the Union of Russian Artists,Malyutin's early figurative canvases are characterised by theirstrong colour scheme and expressiveness, traits which anticipatethe flair he would demonstrate in his portraiture, considered thepinnacle of his artistic oeuvre. In the early 1900s Malyutindecided to create a gallery of portraits celebrating Russia'spre-Revolutionary intelligentsia, including artists, writers,collectors and publishers, as well as cultural figures such asNadezhda Dobychina (1915) in whose salon the offered lot wasexhibited. Typically, these works depict the subject's head andtorso against a monochrome background, to create a starkjuxtaposition with the sitter's clothes. Deeply affected by the death of his wife in 1908, Malyutin begana series of portraits of his children, Olga, Vladimir, Vera andMikhail, to systematically record their changing personalities asthey grew. These very intimate works reveal great emotionalsensitivity, an artist wanting to capture 'the children of a newage, full of upheavals and contradictions, children who have becomeadults ahead of their time' (G.Golynets, S.Malyutin: SelectedWorks, Moscow: 1987) In this remarkably modern portrait of his eldest son, Vladimir,Malyutin's confident modelling of his subject's facial features,enhanced by the strong light source to the left, suggests a andresolute and headstrong character. The artist employs a richcrimson ground to underscore the complex psychology of a boy caughtbetween childhood and youth. In the 1919 Stockholm Exhibition of Russian Art catalogue, awork from 1914 from the collection of Dr. Emil Hultmark, withmeasurements matching those of the offered lot and titled Portraitstudy is listed as number 31.
Described by Alexander Benois as 'one of our finest artists',Sergei Malyutin left a significant artistic legacy despite therelatively small number of his works which have survived. A regular exhibitor with the Union of Russian Artists,Malyutin's early figurative canvases are characterised by theirstrong colour scheme and expressiveness, traits which anticipatethe flair he would demonstrate in his portraiture, considered thepinnacle of his artistic oeuvre. In the early 1900s Malyutindecided to create a gallery of portraits celebrating Russia'spre-Revolutionary intelligentsia, including artists, writers,collectors and publishers, as well as cultural figures such asNadezhda Dobychina (1915) in whose salon the offered lot wasexhibited. Typically, these works depict the subject's head andtorso against a monochrome background, to create a starkjuxtaposition with the sitter's clothes. Deeply affected by the death of his wife in 1908, Malyutin begana series of portraits of his children, Olga, Vladimir, Vera andMikhail, to systematically record their changing personalities asthey grew. These very intimate works reveal great emotionalsensitivity, an artist wanting to capture 'the children of a newage, full of upheavals and contradictions, children who have becomeadults ahead of their time' (G.Golynets, S.Malyutin: SelectedWorks, Moscow: 1987) In this remarkably modern portrait of his eldest son, Vladimir,Malyutin's confident modelling of his subject's facial features,enhanced by the strong light source to the left, suggests a andresolute and headstrong character. The artist employs a richcrimson ground to underscore the complex psychology of a boy caughtbetween childhood and youth. In the 1919 Stockholm Exhibition of Russian Art catalogue, awork from 1914 from the collection of Dr. Emil Hultmark, withmeasurements matching those of the offered lot and titled Portraitstudy is listed as number 31.
Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - The Lunch Of The Artel

Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - The Lunch Of The Artel

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Lot number: 8079
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Sergei Vasilievich Maljutin: Twostudies for "The lunch of the Artel", mounted in one frame. Bothsigned with Cyrillic monogram. Visible size 47 x 31 cm each.
Sergei Vasilievich Maljutin, b. 1859, d. 1937, Russianpainter
Two studies for "The lunch of the Artel", mounted in one frame.Both signed with Cyrillic monogram. Both oil on cardboard. Visiblesize 47 x 31 cm each.
The final work "The lunch of the Artel" is owned by TheTretyakov Gallery Collection, Moscow.
Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - Self Portrait

Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - Self Portrait

Original 1921
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Lot number: 99
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- Sergei Vasilievich Maliutin
1859-1937
Self portrait
Signed with initials and dated 1921, oil on canvas
80,5 x 59,9 cm.
PROVENANCE
European collection
The son of a merchant, Maliutin lived his entire life in Moscow. He studied under Priannishnikov and Vladimir Makovsky at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture from 1883 to 1886.
With skills in areas such as portraiture, genre painting and theatre design, Maliutin is perhaps most famous for designing the matrioshka doll - an image now universally associated with Russia. In the 1890s while working under Savva Mamontov, Maliutin saw a group of Japanese wooden dolls of the Seven Gods of Fortune, the largest of which contained the other six nesting inside. Nesting eggs and apples had already existed in Russia, and now Maliutin designed a Russian model of the Japanese dolls. Vasili Zvezdochkin carved the eight-doll toy, and Maliutin painted it at the Children's Education Workshop-Salon at Abramtsevo. In 1900, Mamontov's wife showed the dolls in Paris at the World's Fair, earning it a bronze medal.
Maliutin earned the title of Academician in 1914 and was a member of the World of Art movement and worked in Talashkino under Tenisheva.
The offered lot can be compared to another self-portrait of the artist in the Tretyakov Gallery from 1901. After twenty years, the stylish middle-aged man becomes an older gentleman with a grey beard and cane.
(EUR 5 500-7 300)
Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - Signed And Dated 1902, Also Dated And Inscribed On The
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Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - Signed And Dated 1902, Also Dated And Inscribed On The Reverse.

Original 1902
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Lot number: 175
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Watercolour on paper, 28 by 36 cm.
Stage design for Musorgsky's opera Khovanshina, for Mamontov's
private opera company, 1897. Maliutin worked on the stage design
jointly with V. Vasnetzov and K. Korovin.
Authenticity certificate by E. Zhukova and V. Silaev.
Provenance:the Maliutin archive.
Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - After Service

Sergei Vasilievich Malyutin - After Service

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Lot number: 69
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SERGEI VASILIEVICH MALYUTIN (RUSSIAN 1859-1937)

After Service
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gouache over pencil on paper

58 x 44 cm (22 3/4 x 17 1/4 in.)

Cyrillic monogram

S.M.

PROVENANCE
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Acquired from a private German collection
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