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Alexander Bogomazov, « Log-Rolling », original work for left hand panel of the 1928-29 triptych, « The Work of Sawyers », watercolour on paper, 25 x 30 cm, 1928-1929. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

Provenance: – Artist’s Family, Kiev
– V. Vitruk, Lvov

Literature: – O. Sidor, ‘The collection of Vladimir Vitruk’, 2008, Lvov, (p. 117)
– E. Koshuba, ‘The Rhythm of creative Will’ 2914, Decorative Arts, Kiev

Exhibitions: – Alexander Bogomazov: Master of Cubo-Futurism – Central House of Artists, Moscow, March 2014 (ill. p. 27)

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Liubov Popova, « Untitled« . Gouache, watercolor and pencil on paper, 33.7 x 25.1 cm, 1917. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

Provenance: – Pavel Popov, Moscow (Artist’s brother) – M. Goldberg, Zvenigorod (Stepson of the above) – George Costakis, Moscow (later Athens), acquired c. 1955 – Private European COllection – Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York, acquired 2000 – Private European Collection

Literature: Zander Rudenstine, A (ed.): Russian Avant-Garde Art – The George Costakis Colletion. Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1981

Exhibitions: – Künstlerinnen der Russischen Avant-Garde – Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne. 1979-1980 (cat. n. 66, ill. p. 196) – Gouaches and Drawings by Liubov Popova and Kazimir Malevich – Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York 1986 (cat. n. 8, cover ill.) – Karo Dame – Konstruktive Konkrete und Radikale Kunst von Frauen von 1914 bis Heure – Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau 1995 (ill. p. 62, col.) – Malevich and his Influence – Kunstmuseum Lichtenstein, Vaduz 17 May-7 September 2008 (cat. ill. p. 169) – The Russian Revolution in Art. Russian Avant-Garde 1910-1932 – St Petersburg Gallery, London 3 April – 20 September 2014

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Ilya Chasnik, « Suprematist Cross Architecton« . Pencil on paper, 22 x 17.5 cm, 1926. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

Provenance: – Ilya Illich Chasnik (Artst’s Son), Leningrad
– Lev Nussberg, Orange County, Connecticut
– Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York
– Private Collection, London

Literature: – M. Lamac: « Malevich – Le Méconnu in Cimaise – Art et Architecture Actuels », 1928
– L. Shadowa: « Suche und Experiment », Dresden&London, 1978/1982

Exhibitions: – Russische Avantgarde 1910-1930 – Bilder Konstruktionen – Galerie Bargera, Cologne. 31 May-30 Septebler 1978 (p. 78, ill. No. 109) – Ilya Chashnik – Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York. 2 November 1979-15 March 1980 (ill. No 71) – Malevich, Suetin, Chashnik – Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York. 21 October-15 December 1983 (ill. No 48) – Die Grosse Utopie – Die Russische Avantgarde 1915 – 1932 – Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt 1 March-10 May 1992 (ill. p. 184) – Die Grosse Utopie – Die Russische Avantgarde 1915 – 1932 – Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. 5 June-23 August 1992 (ill. p. 184) – The Great Utopia – The Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde 1915-1932 – Guggenheim Museum, New York. 10 October 1992- 3 January 1993 (ill. p. 172) – Kasimir Malewitsch, Werk und Wirkung – Museum Ludwig, Cologne 10 November 1995 – 28 January 1996 (ill. p. 167) – Ilya Chashnik Suprematist works 1921-1926 – Central House of Artists, Moscow. March 2012 – The Russian Revolution in Art. Russian Avant-Garde 1910-1932. St Petersburg Gallery, London. 3 April – 20 September 2014

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Natalia Goncharova, The Bridge. Oil on canvas, 64.8 x 50.2 cm, 1916. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

certificate from Madame Alexandra Larionov-Tomilina

certificate from Madame Alexandra Larionov-Tomilina

Provenance: – The Artist
– Mikhail Larionov (upon the artist’s death)
– Galerie Gmurzynska, Cologne (until 1987)
– Modernism Gallery, San Francisco (until 1996)
– S. Rothschild Collection, Baltimore
– Private Collection, London

Exhibitions: – International Exhibition of Modern Art, Geneva 1920/21 (No. 26) – The Goncharova – Larionov Exhibition – Kingore Galleries, New York. 1922 (No. 15) – Larionov – Gontcharova – Galerie Beyeler, Basel. June – September 1961 (No. 40) -Natalia Gontcharova – Musée des Beaux-Arts, Lyon. 21 December 1969 – 8 February 1970 (No. 37) – Rétrospective Gontcharova – Maison de la Culture, Bourges. 14 April – 3 June 1973 (No. 42) – Rétrospective Larionov – Gontcharova – Musée d’Ixelles, Brussels. 29 April – 5 May 1976 (No. 110) – Natalia Goncharova – Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. 16 October 2013 – 16 February 2014 (No. 123)

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Mikhail Larionov, Le Soleil de Nuit costume design for Dance of the Buffoons (choreography Leonid Massine), watercolour on artist’s board, 38 x 26cm, signed, 1915. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

Provenance: – The Artist, Paris – Private Collection, Arizona – Bonhams Russian Sale, London. 7 July 2010, Lot No. 59

Literature: – The Soul of Russia – Macmillan, London, 1916 (ill. p. 176) – Russian Works on Paper form the Collection of James Butterwick – Kik-Art, Moscow 2011 (ill. p. 10)

Exhibitions: – Œvres de Gontcharova et de Larionow – Galerie Sauvage, Paris. 16 April – 7 May 1918 (177-194) – Œeuvres de Gontcharova et de Larionow – Galerie Barbazanges, Paris. 11-28 June 1919 (237-247) – Artistes Russes (organized by Mir Isskustva) – Galerie La Boétie, Paris. 1921 (as Le Bouffon) – Artistes Russes (organized by Mir Isskustva) – unknown location, Paris. 1921 (as Le Bouffon) – The Gontcharova-Larionov Exhibition – Kingore Gallery, New York. 1922 (as Soleil de Minuit) 97-101 – Russian Line – Sotheby’s , Moscow. 12 March – 30 March 2012. (ill. p. 8) – Acquisitions and Loans – James Butterwick Gallery, London. 30 May – 7 July 2012

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Alexander Bogomazov, Kreshchatik, charcoal on paper, 30 x 32 cm, signed, Kiev, 1914. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

Provenance: – Artist family, Kiev
– Gift from Vanda Vitoldovna Bogomazova to Yuri Ivakin (1969)
– G. Ivakin, Kiev
– Private Collection, Moscow

Literature: Ukrainian Avant-Garde – Mistetstvo, Kiev 1996 (ill. p. 77)

Exhibitions: Alexander Bogomazov – Musée d’Art Moderne, Toulouse. 21 June – 28 August 1991 Alexander Bogomazov – State Museum of Ukrainian Fine Art, Kiev. December 1991 – January 1992 Alexander Bogomazov: Master of Cubo-Futurism – Central House of Artists, Moscow. March 2014 (ill. p. 13)

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Alexander Bogomazov (1880-1930), Locomotive. Sanguine on paper, 30 x 26 cm, 1915. Butterwick Gallery, London (stand 708) – TEFAF 2015 Paper (13-22 March 2015)

Provenance: The Artist’s widow, Kiev; Purchased from the above in the early 1970’s; Private collection, Paris

Literature: Exh. cat. Alexander Bogomazov, Toulouse, Musee d’Art Moderne, 1991, p. 34; Ukrainian Avant garde, Mistetsvo Publishers, Kiev, 1996, p. 99

Exhibitions: Toulouse, Musee d’Art Moderne, Alexander Bogomazov’, 1991

Butterwick Gallery, London. Directors: Natasha Butterwick, James Butterwick. Russian Art 1890-1930. Russian and European 19th and early 20th century works.

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