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Vladimir Ovchinnikov

Scarecrow

Property from a Private Collection, United States

Vladimir Ovchinnikov

Vladimir Ovchinnikov

Scarecrow

Scarecrow

Property from a Private Collection, United States

Vladimir Ovchinnikov

1941 - 2015

Scarecrow


signed in Cyrillic and dated 88 l.r.; further signed, titled and dated on the reverse and bearing an exhibition label on the backing board

oil on canvas

Canvas: 81 by 61cm, 32 by 24in.

Framed: 92.5 by 71.5cm, 36¼ by 28¼in.

Original canvas. Minor frame abrasions, scuff marks and handling marks are visible along the edges. Otherwise in very good condition. Inspection under UV light reveals no obvious signs of retouching. Framed.



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Alexander Glezer
ABA Gallery, New York, acquired from the above circa 1992
Exhibition catalogue Silent Screams from the Russian Underground, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1995, no.32 illustrated and listed
Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde, New York: Distributed Art Publishers, 1998, p.137 illustrated
Odessa, Texas, Art Institute for the Permian Basin, et al., Silent Screams from the Russian Underground, 1995-1997, no.32