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Ukrainian classical art of the XX century

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from 12 December, 2018
to 28 December, 2018
Ukraine, Kyiv, 01133
4 Pervomayskogo St.
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Press release

Collectible works by Burliuk, Trush, Shapiro, Khmelyuk, Glushchenko, Shishko, Bokshay, Lomykin, Zaretsky and many other famous Ukrainian classics of the 20th century will be put up for sale in Kyiv

From 12 to 28 December in the exposition hall of the auction house "Golden Section" (Kyiv, Pervomayskogo str., 4) will host an exhibition and sale "Ukrainian classical art of the twentieth century."

The organizer is the auction house "Golden Section". Entrance for everyone is free.

The exposition presents more than 45 rare collectible paintings and drawings, which can be purchased directly from the exhibition.

Among them are the works of the most famous Ukrainian classical artists of the 20th century: Ivan Trush, Vasily Khmelyuk, David Burliuk, Jacques Shapiro, Nikolay Glushchenko, Sergei Shishko, Joseph Bokshay, Konstantin Lomykin, Vladimir Singaevsky, Pavel Horobets, Fyodor Zakharov, Petr Stolyarenko, Valentina Tsvetkova, Viktor Zaretsky, Maria Primachenko, Yuri Khimich and many other eminent artists.

The rare and main works of the exposition are: 2 works by David Burliuk "Rural Scene" and "Surrealistic composition with a fish-headed woman", made in the 1950s, an early work of the famous Ukrainian emigrant Vasily Khmelyuk "Pheasant" (1930s), a large-scale masterpiece "Vesnyanka" (1969) by Vladimir Singaevsky, two works "In the New Kakhovka" (1952) and "Sunflowers and Mallows" (1969) by the best realistic painter of Ukraine in the middle of the 20th century - Sergei Shishko. It is also worth noting the work of two more Kyiv luminaries - the impressionistic still life "Wildflowers" (1969) by Nikolai Glushchenko and "Landscape Alley" (1986) by Tatyana Yablonskaya. The Transcarpathian block of the exposition is represented by two excellent works of one of the founders of the Transcarpathian art school - Joseph Bokshay - "The Uzhok River" (1935) and "Lake Synevyr" (1954) as well as landscapes by G. Gluck, F. Manaylo, Yu. Gerts, V. Gabda and still lifes by A. Boretsky. Representatives of Odessa at the exhibition are famous artists Konstantin Lomykin and Leonid Muchnik with the works "Still Life with Violets and a Plaster Figure" (1980s) and "Two on the Shore" (1959). Among the graphic masterpieces are two major works by Yuri Khimich and Maria Primachenko.

“We are pleased to invite all art lovers to look at the multifaceted selection of the exhibition, which the experts of the auction house have prepared for collectors of classical art. The exposition of high-quality works of art will show representatives of several main art centers of Ukraine - Kyiv, Odessa, Uzhgorod, Crimea. A small block of expatriate artists will also be featured. The demand for rare, format works by Ukrainian classical artists is quite high today, so we expect good sales. However, not only the commercial result of this exhibition is important for us, but also the fact-finding and educational mission for all interested viewers, since our exhibition space today forms a sense of style among many of our visitors through the display of works of high artistic value. Do not miss the opportunity to admire the masterpieces of the most famous representatives of the classical art of Ukraine of the 20th century for free,” emphasizes Mikhail Vasilenko, curator of the exhibition and director of the Golden Section auction house.

Exhibition opening hours:

Monday - Saturday: from 11 to 19:00;
Sunday, December 25 - closed.
Phone for information: (044) 235 81 25

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Press release

Collectible works by Burliuk, Trush, Shapiro, Khmelyuk, Glushchenko, Shishko, Bokshay, Lomykin, Zaretsky and many other famous Ukrainian classics of the 20th century will be put up for sale in Kyiv

From 12 to 28 December in the exposition hall of the auction house "Golden Section" (Kyiv, Pervomayskogo str., 4) will host an exhibition and sale "Ukrainian classical art of the twentieth century."

The organizer is the auction house "Golden Section". Entrance for everyone is free.

The exposition presents more than 45 rare collectible paintings and drawings, which can be purchased directly from the exhibition.

Among them are the works of the most famous Ukrainian classical artists of the 20th century: Ivan Trush, Vasily Khmelyuk, David Burliuk, Jacques Shapiro, Nikolay Glushchenko, Sergei Shishko, Joseph Bokshay, Konstantin Lomykin, Vladimir Singaevsky, Pavel Horobets, Fyodor Zakharov, Petr Stolyarenko, Valentina Tsvetkova, Viktor Zaretsky, Maria Primachenko, Yuri Khimich and many other eminent artists.

The rare and main works of the exposition are: 2 works by David Burliuk "Rural Scene" and "Surrealistic composition with a fish-headed woman", made in the 1950s, an early work of the famous Ukrainian emigrant Vasily Khmelyuk "Pheasant" (1930s), a large-scale masterpiece "Vesnyanka" (1969) by Vladimir Singaevsky, two works "In the New Kakhovka" (1952) and "Sunflowers and Mallows" (1969) by the best realistic painter of Ukraine in the middle of the 20th century - Sergei Shishko. It is also worth noting the work of two more Kyiv luminaries - the impressionistic still life "Wildflowers" (1969) by Nikolai Glushchenko and "Landscape Alley" (1986) by Tatyana Yablonskaya. The Transcarpathian block of the exposition is represented by two excellent works of one of the founders of the Transcarpathian art school - Joseph Bokshay - "The Uzhok River" (1935) and "Lake Synevyr" (1954) as well as landscapes by G. Gluck, F. Manaylo, Yu. Gerts, V. Gabda and still lifes by A. Boretsky. Representatives of Odessa at the exhibition are famous artists Konstantin Lomykin and Leonid Muchnik with the works "Still Life with Violets and a Plaster Figure" (1980s) and "Two on the Shore" (1959). Among the graphic masterpieces are two major works by Yuri Khimich and Maria Primachenko.

“We are pleased to invite all art lovers to look at the multifaceted selection of the exhibition, which the experts of the auction house have prepared for collectors of classical art. The exposition of high-quality works of art will show representatives of several main art centers of Ukraine - Kyiv, Odessa, Uzhgorod, Crimea. A small block of expatriate artists will also be featured. The demand for rare, format works by Ukrainian classical artists is quite high today, so we expect good sales. However, not only the commercial result of this exhibition is important for us, but also the fact-finding and educational mission for all interested viewers, since our exhibition space today forms a sense of style among many of our visitors through the display of works of high artistic value. Do not miss the opportunity to admire the masterpieces of the most famous representatives of the classical art of Ukraine of the 20th century for free,” emphasizes Mikhail Vasilenko, curator of the exhibition and director of the Golden Section auction house.

Exhibition opening hours:

Monday - Saturday: from 11 to 19:00;
Sunday, December 25 - closed.
Phone for information: (044) 235 81 25

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Curators
Mykhailo Vasylenko
Mykhailo Vasylenko
Director of the auction house «Goldens», art expert, curator
Julia Chernysh
Julia Chernysh
Specialist of the "Goldens" auction house, art critic, curator
Kateryna Shcherbakova
Kateryna Shcherbakova
Specialist of the "Goldens" auction house, art critic, curator
Curators
Mykhailo Vasylenko
Mykhailo Vasylenko
Director of the auction house «Goldens», art expert, curator
Julia Chernysh
Julia Chernysh
Specialist of the "Goldens" auction house, art critic, curator
Kateryna Shcherbakova
Kateryna Shcherbakova
Specialist of the "Goldens" auction house, art critic, curator
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Lot 1
David Burliuk  (1882-1967)
"Surrealistic composition with a fishhead woman", 1950's
canvas on cardboard, oil, 40 х 50,5 см
Lot 2
Liudmyla Morozova  (1907-1997)
"Still life with apples", 1970s
cardboard, oil, 35,5 х 46 см
Lot 3
Jacob SHAPIRO  (1897-1972)
"Landscape with a Church", 1953
paper, mixed media, 45 х 59 см
Lot 4
Vasyl Khmeliuk  (1903-1986)
"Phasan", 1930s
canvas, oil, 50 х 92 см
Lot 5
David Burliuk  (1882-1967)
"Village scene with horses", 1950s
canvas on cardboard, oil, 40 х 50,5 см
Lot 6
Vasyl Khmeliuk  (1903-1986)
"Summer Landscape", 1970s
paper, gouache, 50 х 65 см
Lot 7
Jacob SHAPIRO  (1897-1972)
"Portrait of a boy", 1941
canvas, oil, 81 х 65 см
Lot 8
Ivan Trush  (1869-1941)
"Summer", 1920s
canvas, oil, 51 х 61 см
Lot 9
Michel Korochansky  (1866-1925)
"Quiet harbor", 1920s
canvas, oil, 60 х 73 см
Lot 10
Jacob SHAPIRO  (1897-1972)
"The Sabbath Blessing", 1940s
canvas, oil, 55 х 46 см
Lot 11
Hryhorii Svitlytskyi  (1872-1948)
"Sunset", 1940s
canvas, oil, 39 х 46 см
Lot 12
Valentyn Feldman  (1864-1928)
"Vineyards in Gurzuf", 1920s
paper, watercolor, 38 х 63 см
Lot 13
Leonid Muchnik  (1896-1966)
"Two on the shore", 1959
canvas, oil, 42 х 57 см
Lot 14
Kostiantyn Lomykin  (1924-1993)
"Still Life with Violets and Plaster Figures", 1980
cardboard, oil, 83 х 61,5 см
Lot 15
Vladimir Singayevsky  (1933-2007)
"Vesnyanki", 1969
canvas, oil, 205 х 200 см
Lot 16
Fiodor ZAKHAROV  (1919-1994)
"Winter Evening", 1977
cardboard, oil, 50 х 80 см
Lot 17
Piotr STOLERENKO  (1925-2018)
"Peach blossom", 1970s
canvas, oil, 71 х 100 см
Lot 18
Valentina Tsvetkova  (1917–2007)
"Sunrise in Yalta", 1975
cardboard, oil, 40 х 50 см
Lot 19
Anatoly Sukhorukih  (1935)
"Fishing village", 1972
canvas, oil, 110 х 120 см
Lot 20
Serhii Shyshko  (1911-1997)
"In New Kakhovka", 1952
canvas, oil, 71 х 100 см
Lot 21
Vasyl  Nepyipyvo  (1916–2007)
"Two sisters-linden", 1956
canvas, oil, 50 х 80 см
Lot 22
Daniil Bezuglyi  (1914-1977)
"Flowers on the window", 1947
canvas, oil, 89 х 80 см
Lot 23
Viktor Zaretskyi  (1925-1990)
"Dnepr blue", 1979
canvas, oil, 50 х 60 см
Lot 24
Nadezhda KOMPANIETS-KIYANTSCHENKO  (1913–2003)
"The Roses", 1959
canvas, oil, 56 х 100 см
Lot 25
Viktor Zaretskyi  (1925-1990)
"Spring", 1984
canvas, oil, 96 х 105 см
Lot 26
Pavlo Horobets  (1905-1974)
"The Moon Has Descended", 1970
cardboard, oil, 35 х 52 см
Lot 27
Pavlo Horobets  (1905-1974)
"Solar Eclipse June 30, 1954. Poltava", 1954
cardboard, oil, 32 х 18 см
Lot 28
Pavlo Horobets  (1905-1974)
"Nude, 1957
cardboard, oil, 23 х 33 см
Lot 29
Joseph Bokshai  (1891-1975)
"Lake Synevir", 1954
canvas, oil, 85 х 84 см
Lot 30
Fedor Manaylo  (1910-1978)
"Winter on the hill", 1970s
canvas, oil, 66 х 90 см
Lot 31
Vasily Gabda  (1925-2003)
"Morning in the forest", 1990
canvas, oil, 80 х 100 см
Lot 32
Adalbert Boretsky  (1910-1990)
"Flowers", 1970
canvas, oil, 40 х 64 см
Lot 33
Joseph Bokshai  (1891-1975)
"Uzhok", 1935
canvas, oil, 66 х 89 см
Lot 34
Gavriil GLYUK  (1912-1983)
"Carpathian Village", 1977
canvas, oil, 75 х 82,5 см
Lot 35
Adalbert Boretsky  (1910-1990)
"Flowers in Weight", 1970s
hardboard, oil, 64 х 40 см
Lot 36
Yuri Gertz  (1931-2012)
"Twilight", 1965
cardboard, tempera, 35 х 66 см
Lot 37
Yurii Khymych  (1928–2003)
"Lviv. Courtyard", 1980s
paper, watercolor, 86 х 61 см
Lot 38
Tatyana Golembievskaya  (1936-2018)
"Lilac", 2000
cardboard, oil, acrylic, 49 х 79 см
Lot 39
Alexandra Babkova  (1923)
"Pond in the village", 1980s
canvas, oil, 38 х 69 см
Lot 40
Yurii Khymych  (1928–2003)
"Podil. Verkhnyi val. Nyzhnyi val", 1985
paper, watercolor, 86 х 61 см
Lot 41
Vera Dovgalevskaya  (1908-1999)
"Winter Still Life", 1980s
canvas, oil, 77 х 60 см
Lot 42
Stepan Yarovoy  (1913-1988)
"Livadia Coast", 1986
canvas, oil, 64 х 120 см
Lot 43
Nicolas Gloutchenko  (1901-1977)
"Field Flowers", 1969
cardboard, oil, 70 х 50 см
Lot 44
Maria PRIYMATCHENKO  (1908-1997)
"Galya in the field of Roman surrenders to work fare cares", 1992
paper, gouache, 44 х 60 см
Lot 45
Maria PRIYMATCHENKO  (1908-1997)
"Ukrainian bullfight went to corn and stands a cattery", 1986
paper, gouache, 62 х 86 см
Lot 46
Serhii Shyshko  (1911-1997)
"Sunflowers and mallow", 1969
cardboard, oil, 50 х 69 см
Lot 47
Yuriy Zlyden  (1925-2001)
"Park of Glory", 1985
canvas, oil, 110 х 100 см

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