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Ukrainian collectible art

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from 05 July, 2022
to 22 July, 2022
Ukraine, Kyiv, 01133
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Press release
"Ukrainian collectible art"

From July 5 to 22, the Goldens auction house presents a new exhibition project "Ukrainian collectible art". The organizers have prepared an exhibition that includes 50 collection works from different periods - from the classical art of the first half of the 20th century to modern times. The exhibition combined paintings, graphics and sculpture as a kind of review of Ukrainian collectible art over the past 120 years. Conventionally, the collection can be divided into three main blocks - Ukrainian classical art, works of sixties artists and modern art.

Refined Ukrainian landscapes by Adalbert Erdeli, Mykola Hlushchenko, Roman Selskyi, Viktor Zaretskyi, Ivan Shutev and Serhii Bazilyev, rare works of famous Ukrainian emigrant artists David Burlyuk, Mykola Isayev, Vasyl Khmelyuk, Yakov Shapiro, Mani Mavro, exquisite still lifes by Henrietta Levytska, Yevgeny Gordiets , Volodymyr Patyk, Anatoly Turovsky and Oleksandr Dubovyk, female images of Mykola Pymonenko, Vasyl Khmelyuk, Kostiantyn Lomykin, Opanas Zalivakha, Hryhoriy Havrylenko and Mykhailo Turovsky, the fairy-tale character of Maria Primachenko, Ukrainian symbols in the works of Ivan Marchuk, Elizaveta Kremnytska and Lyubov Panchenko, and recognizable abstractions The works of Ernest Kotkov, Volodymyr Strelnikov, Dmytro Nagurny and Anatoly Kryvolap presented at the exhibition "Ukrainian Collectable Art" are a diverse reflection of the true Ukrainian identity and the skill of recognized Ukrainian masters.

Among other well-known names of the exhibition are Yuriy Khimich, Ada Rybachuk, Lyudmila Semykina, Georgy Malakov, Yuriy Ruban, Yevhen Prokopov, Viktor and Andriy Lypovka, Vinny Reunov, Viktor Sydorenko, Oleksandr Roitburd, Oleksandr Sukholit, Volodymyr Zhuravel, Maksym Myrnov, Maria Skoblikova, Mykhailo Demtsiu, Mykyta Kalchenko and Heorhiy Zaichenko.

Most of the works for the exhibition were collected from private collections in Ukraine, some were provided by the authors or their families.

The organizers of the project note that such collective projects are not frequent phenomena for the Ukrainian art space, because the organization requires long-term preparation, high expertise and the involvement of many collectors. More often, such projects are put up for auction, the duration of which is usually only one week, and the exhibition project "Ukrainian Collectable Art" will last 3 weeks and is open to all viewers and connoisseurs of Ukrainian art.

In order to support the artistic environment, all collectible works from the collection of the exhibition are available for purchase, for detailed information contact the specialists of the Goldens auction house. The organizers will transfer part of the funds collected from the sale of works to the needs of the Armed Forces.
 
Exhibition schedule:
July 5-22, 2022
Monday - Saturday 12:00 - 18:00
Sunday is a day off
free entrance

Kyiv, 4 Leonid Pervomayskyi Str.
Goldens Auction House
+38 (044) 240 95 32
[email protected]
www.gs-art.com
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Press release
"Ukrainian collectible art"

From July 5 to 22, the Goldens auction house presents a new exhibition project "Ukrainian collectible art". The organizers have prepared an exhibition that includes 50 collection works from different periods - from the classical art of the first half of the 20th century to modern times. The exhibition combined paintings, graphics and sculpture as a kind of review of Ukrainian collectible art over the past 120 years. Conventionally, the collection can be divided into three main blocks - Ukrainian classical art, works of sixties artists and modern art.

Refined Ukrainian landscapes by Adalbert Erdeli, Mykola Hlushchenko, Roman Selskyi, Viktor Zaretskyi, Ivan Shutev and Serhii Bazilyev, rare works of famous Ukrainian emigrant artists David Burlyuk, Mykola Isayev, Vasyl Khmelyuk, Yakov Shapiro, Mani Mavro, exquisite still lifes by Henrietta Levytska, Yevgeny Gordiets , Volodymyr Patyk, Anatoly Turovsky and Oleksandr Dubovyk, female images of Mykola Pymonenko, Vasyl Khmelyuk, Kostiantyn Lomykin, Opanas Zalivakha, Hryhoriy Havrylenko and Mykhailo Turovsky, the fairy-tale character of Maria Primachenko, Ukrainian symbols in the works of Ivan Marchuk, Elizaveta Kremnytska and Lyubov Panchenko, and recognizable abstractions The works of Ernest Kotkov, Volodymyr Strelnikov, Dmytro Nagurny and Anatoly Kryvolap presented at the exhibition "Ukrainian Collectable Art" are a diverse reflection of the true Ukrainian identity and the skill of recognized Ukrainian masters.

Among other well-known names of the exhibition are Yuriy Khimich, Ada Rybachuk, Lyudmila Semykina, Georgy Malakov, Yuriy Ruban, Yevhen Prokopov, Viktor and Andriy Lypovka, Vinny Reunov, Viktor Sydorenko, Oleksandr Roitburd, Oleksandr Sukholit, Volodymyr Zhuravel, Maksym Myrnov, Maria Skoblikova, Mykhailo Demtsiu, Mykyta Kalchenko and Heorhiy Zaichenko.

Most of the works for the exhibition were collected from private collections in Ukraine, some were provided by the authors or their families.

The organizers of the project note that such collective projects are not frequent phenomena for the Ukrainian art space, because the organization requires long-term preparation, high expertise and the involvement of many collectors. More often, such projects are put up for auction, the duration of which is usually only one week, and the exhibition project "Ukrainian Collectable Art" will last 3 weeks and is open to all viewers and connoisseurs of Ukrainian art.

In order to support the artistic environment, all collectible works from the collection of the exhibition are available for purchase, for detailed information contact the specialists of the Goldens auction house. The organizers will transfer part of the funds collected from the sale of works to the needs of the Armed Forces.
 
Exhibition schedule:
July 5-22, 2022
Monday - Saturday 12:00 - 18:00
Sunday is a day off
free entrance

Kyiv, 4 Leonid Pervomayskyi Str.
Goldens Auction House
+38 (044) 240 95 32
[email protected]
www.gs-art.com
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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
Mykola Pymonenko  (1862-1912)
"Portrait of a Ukrainian Woman", late XIX - early 20th c.
canvas, oil, 36 x 25 cm
Lot 2
Mania Mavro  (1883-1969)
"In the port", 1st half of 20th c.
canvas, oil, 60 x 73 cm
Lot 3
David Burliuk  (1882-1967)
"Landscape with card players", 1950s
canvas on cardboard, oil, 40 x 51 cm
Lot 4
Vasyl Khmeliuk  (1903-1986)
"The Woman in Blue", 1940s
hardboard, oil, 65 x 80 cm
Lot 5
Jacob SHAPIRO  (1897-1972)
"Glassmakers", 1960s
paper, mixed media, 93 x 124 cm
Lot 6
Nikolai ISAEV  (1891-1977)
"Abstract composition", 1940s
cardboard, oil, 52 x 38 cm
Lot 7
Adalbert Erdeli  (1891-1955)
"Forest stream", 1940s
canvas, oil, 90 x 95 cm
Lot 8
Volodymyr Patyk  (1926-2016)
"Still life with onions", 1984
canvas, oil, 50 x 80 cm
Lot 9
Roman SELSKY  (1903-1990)
"Stacks in the Carpathians. Dzembronya", 1958
canvas, oil, 65 x 89 cm
Lot 10
Yurii Khymych  (1928–2003)
"Tallinn", 1960s
paper, gouache, 60 x 42 cm
Lot 11
Nicolas Gloutchenko  (1901-1977)
"Spring in Koncha", 1951
canvas, oil, 51 x 95 cm
Lot 12
Henrietta  Levytska  (1930-2010)
"Still life with ceramics", 1960
canvas, oil, 50 x 80 cm
Lot 13
Viktor Zaretskyi  (1925-1990)
"Lilac", 1985
canvas, oil, 74 x 81 cm
Lot 14
Ivan Shutev  (1933-2019)
"Spring in the Carpathians", 1960s
canvas, oil, 77 x 94 cm
Lot 15
Kostiantyn Lomykin  (1924-1993)
"Ballerina", 1970s
cardboard, oil, 60 x 50 cm
Lot 16
Nicolas Gloutchenko  (1901-1977)
"Sailboats", 1959
paper, monotype, 35 x 25 cm
Lot 17
Elizabeth Kremlinska  (1926-1978)
"Vertep", 1960s
canvas, oil, 50 x 40 cm
Lot 18
Ada Rybachuk  (1931–2010)
From the series "Hiroshima", 1960
paper, linocut, 52 x 35 cm
Lot 19
Afanasii Zalivaha  (1925-2007)
"Mother", 1980
wood, carving, 28 х 14 х 4,5 см
Lot 20
Maria PRIYMATCHENKO  (1908-1997)
"The beast has eaten its fill of pepper from a fool, now it's burning in its mouth", 1992
paper, gouache, 60 x 85 cm
Lot 21
Grigory Gavrilenko  (1927-1984)
"Naked", 1969
paper, ink, 29 x 21 cm
Lot 22
Lyudmila Semykina  (1924-2021)
"Mistress of the Copper Mountain", 2001
canvas, oil, 150 x 65 cm
Lot 23
Georgy Malakov  (1928-1979)
"Chapel of Boims. 16th c. Lviv", 1960s
paper, linocut, 34 x 25 cm
Lot 24
Ivan Marchuk  (1936)
"Cossack", 1960s
cardboard, tempera, mixed media, 50 x 31 cm
Lot 25
Lyubov  Panchenko  (1938-2022)
"The Falcon", 1968
paper, gouache, 40 x 30 cm
Lot 26
Yurii Ruban  (1924-2006)
"Caesarka", 1990s
bronze, h = 16,5 см
Lot 27
Ernest Kotkov  (1931-2012)
"South. Snail on the slope", 1995
canvas, oil, 83 x 97 cm
Lot 28
Mykhailo Turovskyi  (1933)
"Mother", 1970
paper, pencil, 56 x 49 cm
Lot 29
Vladimir Strelnikov  (1939)
"Composition", 2010
cardboard, tempera, 30 x 39 cm
Lot 30
Ivan Marchuk  (1936)
"Planet in orbit", 1974
canvas, oil, 60 x 90 cm
Lot 31
Yevhen Hordiets  (1952)
"Still life. Fruits", 1981
canvas, oil, 100 x 100 cm
Lot 32
Viktor Zaretskyi  (1925-1990)
"Flowers", 1980s
paper, colored pencils, 36 x 49 cm
Lot 33
Evgeny  Prokopov  (1950)
"Ballerina", 1982
bronze, marble, h = 60 см
Lot 34
Anatoly Turovsky  (1926)
"Still life with sunflowers", 1976
canvas on cardboard, oil, 85 x 65 cm
Lot 35
Dmytro  Nahurnyi  (1946-2019)
"Disco", 1978
canvas, oil, 75 x 75 cm
Lot 36
Serhii Bazyliev  (1952)
"I am writing Kyiv", 1981
canvas, oil, 90 x 100 cm
Lot 37
Andriy Lipovka  (1981)
"Knight", 1999
bronze, 30 х 24 х 12 см
Lot 38
Winnie Reunov  (1963)
"Down of Alienation", 1988
canvas, oil, 60 x 70 cm
Lot 39
Victor Lypovka  (1956)
"Torso", 1993
bronze, h = 51 см
Lot 40
Anatolii Kryvolap  (1946)
"Composition", 2000
canvas, oil, 68 x 90 cm
Lot 41
Viktor Sidorenko  (1953)
"Figure and background II" from the series "Amnesia", 1996
canvas, oil, 125 x 150 cm
Lot 42
Oleksandr  Sukholit  (1960)
"The sitting woman", 2004
bronze, h = 19 см
Lot 43
Alexander Dubovik  (1931)
"End of Summer", 2005
canvas, oil, 90 x 90 cm
Lot 44
Volodymyr Zhuravel  (1986)
"Surfer Kid", 2021
bronze, granite, h = 53 см
Lot 45
Maksym Myrnov  (1975)
"Heart energy of creative", 2019
canvas, oil, 80 x 70 cm
Lot 46
Mykhailo  Demtsiu  (1953)
"Spanish motif", 2019
canvas, oil, 91 x 116 cm
Lot 47
Mykyta  Kalchenko  (1954)
"Frog", 2022
bronze, marble limestone, h = 36 см
Lot 48
Georgiy Zaychenko  (1945)
"Paris. Opera", 2001
canvas, oil, 65 x 65 cm
Lot 49
Maria Skoblikova  (1980)
"Baron and Martha", 2010
bronze, marble, 89 х 54,5 х 26 см
Lot 50
Alexander Roitburd  (1961-2021)
"Still life with attributes of art", 2008
canvas, oil, 100 x 100 cm

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