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Michail Alexandrovich Kichigin (1883-1968) "Chinese opium smokers", large drawing, 1920/30s
Price: 1900 EUR
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A rare find on the current antique market it is a work of well-known Russian emigré artist of the period between the two World Wars who lived all that time in China - Michail Alexandrovich Kichigin. His red chalk drawings (like presented here one) strongly resemble works of another Russian emigré, who also visited China in that period - Alexander Yakovlev (1887-1938; CLICK HERE).
Michail Alexandrovich Kichigin (1883 Palnikovo, Perm Province - 1968 Yaroslavl) studied at the Moscower Stroganov College of Painting in 1903-1908, then, at the Moscow College of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (MUZhVZ) in 1908-1916 under A. Arkhipov, A. Vasnetsov and S. Ivanov. Kichigin participated at the exhibitions of "Free Creation" (1912 and 1915), "Moscower Salon" (1917), etc. In 1918, he became a member of the Moscower "Professional Union of Artists". He took part in the decoration of Trubnaya and Sukharevskaya Squares in Moscow for a festive occasion of the 1st of May 1918.
For his extensive biography CLICK HERE and see our images nr.4-5.
Condition: fairly good: minimal paper lost on left edge
Creation Year: 1920/30s
Object Type:Unframed drawing
Style: Russian Art of the 20th century
Technique: red chalk and charcoal on paper
Inscription:signed in French: M. Kitchiguin
Creator: Michail Alexandrovich Kichigin
Creator Dates: 1883 Palnikovo-1968 Yaroslavl
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