Samouil Grigorievich Nevelshtein (1903-1983) - Mid 20th Century Crayon, Marina
DescriptionSigned and inscribed in Cyrillic on the reverse. On wove.
The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration, light smudging and very small puncture holes and tears to the margins and corners.
38.9 x 28.1cm (15.3" x 11.1")Sheet: 58.3 x 40.8cm (23" x 16.1")
A collection of highly expressive and engaging portrait drawings by the Russian artist Samouil Grigorievich Nevelshtein.
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Samouil Grigorievich Nevelshtein (1903-1983) lived and worked in Leningrad, known today as St. Petersburg. Nevelshtein exhibited at the All-Union art exhibitions of 1947 and 1955, as well as the exhibition “The Soviet Russia” (Moscow, 1960). Nevelshtein's works have been exhibited in a few private collections in Russia and internationally.
|Artist||Samouil Grigorievich Nevelshtein (1903-1983)|
|Date||Mid 20th Century|
|Dimensions||38.9 x 28.1cm|
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