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Mstislav Dobuzhinsky "2 stage costumes (Berlin 1923)", watercolors from T. Karsavina estate (?), 1923 6500 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 4875,00 EUR
Mstislav Dobuzhinsky "2 stage costumes (Berlin 1923)", watercolors from T. Karsavina estate (?), 1923
6500 EUR - 25% DISCOUNT = 4875,00 EUR
*Size of smaller watercolor: 37,0x28,0cm/14,6x11,0in FRAMED: 47,2x38,2cm/18,6x15,0in
Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinski (1875 Novgorod - 1957 New York) was an outstanding Russian stage designer and graphic artist. He studied at the Drawing School of Society for the Encouragement of the Arts (1885-87), at L.E. Dmitriev-Kavkazski's Studio School in St.Petersburg (1895-99), at St.Petersburg University (1895-99); at Schools of A. Azbe and S. Hollosy in Munich (1899-1901) and with V.V.Mate in St.Petersburg (1901). Dobuzhinski was active in St.Petersburg/Petrograd until 1932 and in Vitebsk, Belorussia in 1923-24. He emigrated in 1924 and lived in Lithuania (until at least 1935?), in France, England and thereafter in the United States. Dobuzhinski began exhibiting in 1902 and was a member and exponent of World of Art (1902-24) and Union of Russian Artists (1904-10). He also exhibited with New Society of Artists (1908-14) and Heat-Colour (1924). The artist taught at E.N. Zvantseva's Art School in St.Petersburg (1906-10), Princess Gagarina's School in St.Petersburg/Petrograd (1910-17), Petrograd Free Art-Education Studios/Academy of Arts (1918-23), Vitebsk Art Tekhnikum (1923-24), Kaunas Art School (1925-35) and Russian Academy, Paris (ca.1930). As stage artist he was especially known for his designs for Sergei Dyagilev in Paris,1914.
Our images nr.14-22 show a great number of other stage costumes designed by Dobuzhinsky. Among them are also several works offered at the international art auction market in the last years.
Condition: fairly good to fair
Creation Year: 1923
Object Type: Framed watercolors
Style: Stage design
Technique: one: ink and watercolor; another: watercolor on paper, laid on cardboard
Inscription: one is monogrammed, dated "(19)23 Berlin" and inscribed on verso
Creator: Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinski
Creator Dates: 1875 Novgorod-1957 New York
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