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Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj

Russian Federation (1866 -  1938 )
TRUBEZKOJ Pavel Petrovic Portrait Of A Seated Woman

Sotheby's
Jul 11, 2018
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Variants on Artist's name :

Troubetzkoy Paolo, Prince

Troubetzkoy Prince Pavel Petrovich

Troubetzkoy Prince Paul

 

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Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Bronco Buster

Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Bronco Buster

Original 1916
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Lot number: 172
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Prince Paul Troubetzkoy Russian, 1866-1938 Bronco Buster, 1916 Signed Paul Troubetzkoy and dated on the base, with Roman Bronze Works, New York, foundry mark Bronze, gray/black patina Height 21 3/4 inches (55.2 cm). Bronco Buster is one of several of Troubetzkoy's sculptures inspired by the American West. The artist's first Western subject, a bronze group of a horse and rider entitled The Indian Scout, was created in 1893. It was likely inspired by the visit of Buffalo Bill Cody's traveling circus to Milan, where Troubetzkoy resided at the time. Two decades later, Troubetzkoy traveled to the United States for his first American show, which was held in New York in February-March of 1911. In 1914, he returned to New York for a show at Knoedler & Co., and as World War I broke out, he was forced to remain in the United States. Gaining greater exposure to the country while traveling from coast to coast, Troubetzkoy created a number of works with American subjects, such as the present lot and the monument in Los Angeles to General Harrison Gray Otis, a veteran of the Civil War and Spanish-American War and publisher of the Los Angeles Times. Other casts of this model were sold Christie's, New York, September 12, 2007, lot 126, and Sotheby's, New York, May 24, 2006, lot 225. C
Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Rodeo

Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Rodeo

Original 1933
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Lot number: 131
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"Rodeo", 1933 Paolo Troubetzkoy (1866 Intra - 1938 Pallenza) Bronze, braun patiniert. Rodeoreiter mit schwenkendem Hut. Auf Landschaftssockel bez. Paolo Troubetzkoy, 1933. H. 41 cm. Rodeo 1933 Paolo Troubetzkoy Bronze, brown patinated. Rodeo rider with swinging hat. On landscape pedestal inscribed Paolo Troubetzkoy, 1933. Height 41 cm.
Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Portrait Of A Seated Woman

Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Portrait Of A Seated Woman

Original 1906
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Lot number: 58
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Prince Paul Troubetzkoy RUSSIAN PORTRAIT OF A SEATED WOMAN 1866-1938 signed and dated:Paul Troubetzkoy/ Paris 1906, stamped: CIRE PERDUE A.A. HEBRARDand with a label to the underside inscribed:PRIMA ESPOSIZIONE INTERNAZIONALE D'ARTE / DELLA "SECESSIONE" / ROMA 1913 / 452 bronze, dark brown patina 47 by 49 by 49cm., 18½ by 19¼ by 19¼in. Catalogue Note Prince Paul Troubetzkoy was uniquely placed to capture the glittering world of the international elite at the turn of the nineteenth to twentieth centuries. His father was an aristocratic Russian diplomat, his mother an American opera singer. He was born at Lake Maggiore in Italy and he spent his professional life between Moscow, Paris and New York. His social status and artistic accomplishment made him a celebrity in his own right and he was very much part of the world he depicted. The society portrait was his especial preserve, with a particular emphasis on the seated figure. The pose was an awkward proposition in three dimensions and in the relatively small dimensions of a statuette, but Troubetzkoy mastered it with aplomb and it became a trademark of his work. The present bronze is a fine example and can be compared to the well-knownAfter the Ball,a portrait of Adelaide Aurnheimer, which the sitter won as a prize for the best costume at a ball in 1897. In these seated portraits the ease and informality of the pose allows the artist to capture the evanescent charm of a privileged age. Instead of modelling in clay, Troubetzkoy prepared his figures using a non-drying compound of clay and wax called plastilene. It gave his finished works a great impression of immediacy. The present bronze is no exception. Troubetzkoy\’s fluid modelling technique can be seen here in the swift and confident manipulation of the material, leaving clear thumb prints to be seen in the folds of drapery around the base. The label on the underside of the present bronze indicates that the cast isfrom before 1913, when the first Secessione di Roma took place.The Secessione Romana was initiated by a group of artists who wanted to break free from the reigning aesthetic in the art world, and looked towards modernism and futurism. At the 1913 Secessione, Troubetzkoy had a room dedicated to him, which included 88 of his works. Another version of the present model was sold in these rooms on 16 December 2015 as lot 130 (£87,500). RELATED LITERATURE G. Piantoni et al.,Paolo Troubetzkoy 1866-1938, exh. cat., Museo del Paesaggio, Verbania Pallanza, 1990, p. 223;O. Wooton,Prince Paul Troubetzkoy: The Belle Epoque Captured in Bronze, exh. cat. Sladmore Gallery, London,2008, pp. 6-15, no. 5
Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Model For A Monument To Dante

Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - Model For A Monument To Dante

Original 1896
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Lot number: 227
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Lot Details Lot 227 Prince Paul Troubetzkoy Russian, 1866-1938 Model for a Monument to Dante Signed Paul Troubetzkoy and dated 1896 on the truncation Bronze, dark brown patina, on a later wood plinth Height 9 1/4 inches (23.5 cm). Literature: C. Brinton, Catalogue of Sculpture by Prince Paul Troubetzkoy, 1911. O. Wootton, Prince Paul Troubetzkoy, The Belle Epoque Captured in Bronze, London, 2008, pp. 76, 78. In 1891, Troubetzkoy, in collaboration with the painter Luigi Conconi, entered a competition for a monument to Dante Alighieri (1265-1321) in Trent. The competition was one of many for monuments to national figures to be erected in Italian cities which the artist entered. In that same year, Troubetzkoy exhibited maquettes for the monument in Trent, and a model for the monument was later exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in February 1912 (C. Brinton, op cit, p. 7; O. Wootton op cit, p. 78). The present work appears to be related to the artist's monument to Dante with a later date of 1896. C
Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - A Woman Seated

Pavel Petrovic Trubezkoj - A Woman Seated

Original 1906
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Lot number: 1395
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PRINCE PAUL TROUBETZKOY (1866-1938) A woman seated, signed and dated "Paul Troubetzkoy, Paris, 1906". Bronze, 46cm high Provenance: A European noble family Exhibited: Prima Esposizione Internazionale D'arte, Della Secessione, Roma 1913, No. 452 Prince Paul Troubetzkoy was born in Lake Maggiore, Italy, the son of an aristocratic Russian diplomat and an American opera singer. This gilded social status, coupled with his artistic talent meant Troubetzkoy was perfectly placed to capture the social elite at the turn of the nineteenth to twentieth centuries and indeed was a celebrity in his in own right. Troubetzkoy's forte was the society portrait, with particular emphasis on the seated figure. The present bronze can be compared to the well-known 'After the Ball', a portrait of Adelaide Auernheimer who along with her wealthy merchant husband Carlo Federico Aurnheimer became one of the main patrons of the Famiglia artistica milanese, an art gallery founded in 1873 for supporting young artists. Instead of modelling in clay, Troubetzkoy used a non-drying compound of clay and wax called plastilene, giving his finished works a great impression of immediacy. The present bronze is no exception. Troubetzkoy's fluid modelling technique can be seen here in the manipulation of the material, leaving clear thumb prints to be seen in the folds of drapery around the base.
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