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Still life with a Black Bottle. 1959. Oil on Canvas. 97x64 cm. Signed

What can beat a hearty meal and a bootle of good wine? All this and more in the still-life by

Rodova Elena Iliynichna (1903–1988)

The artist belonged to the artists of the generation of  the 1930s which worked  in between two great styles periods: avant-garde of the 1920s  and realism of the 1950s. She studied at VKHUTEMAS–VKHUTEIN under the tutelage of Robert Falk. Rodova was a member of the Union of Artists since its foundation (she was excluded from the Union on a denunciation in 1938 and resumed her membership only in 1958).
Together with her husband artist Mikhail Rankov undertook a number of creative trips to Bukhara and Samarkand (Middle Asia) (1930), to Armenia (1931), together with a group of artists worked on the decoration of Moscow Underground (1934).
Her works are exhibited at the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Museum of Moscow History, the Georgian State Art Museum (Tbilisi), the Kirghyz stan National Art Museum

"Still life with a Black Bottle" (1959) by Elena Illinichna Rodova (1903-1988)

  • The painting looks absolutely stunning in its vintage dark wooden frame. The size in frame 90x75 cm. The painting comes with the certificate of authenticity of Leonid Shishkin Gallery.

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