"The Nursery Window" 1975 by Noe Nesterovich Gedenidze (1914-2002)
The Nursery Window. 1975. Oil on Canvas. 119x52 cm. Signed verso
Pure impressionist work of rather unusual elongated shape by
Noe Nesterovich Gedenidze (1914-2002), one of the most original artists of the Soviet era. Before the war Gedenidze studied at the Tbilisi Academy of Fine Arts. During the War he fought and was seriously wounded. In his mature years, in 1962 he graduated from Surikov Moscow State Art Institute. Along with A. Laktionov, he painted portraits of party and government leaders. But his real art life passed in a two-storeyed studio in a silent Olkhovsky Lane, where he painted for his own pleasure, his own way, not expecting to participate in any exhibitions. At that time he created colorful symphonies full of complex symbolism and individual mythology. During Gedenidze’s lifetime the only small exhibition of his works took place in 1987 in Khimki, a Moscow suburb.
The painting is in excellent condition, framed into a custom made Italian wooden frame. The size in frame 136x70 cm. Comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shishkin Gallery.
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