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Russian avant-garde of the 10s and 60s

 V.Nemukhin (born in 1925) The Blue day, 1952 Oil on canvas, 108 x 155  A.Kharitonov (1931-1993) One Hundred and Forty Small Houses and the Self-Serving Table-Cloth, 1962 Oil on canvas, 73 x 65,7 cm  Yu.Sooster (1924-1970) The Lunar Juniper, 1963 Oil on cardboard, 50 x 70 cm
V.Nemukhin
(born in 1925)
The Blue day, 1952
Oil on canvas, 108 x 155
A.Kharitonov
(1931-1993)
One Hundred and Forty Small Houses and the Self-Serving Table-Cloth, 1962
Oil on canvas, 73 x 65,7 cm
Yu.Sooster
(1924-1970)
The Lunar Juniper, 1963
Oil on cardboard, 50 x 70 cm
 V.Veisberg (1924-1985) The Plates, 1959 Oil on canvas, 100 x 74 cm  D.Krasnopevtsev (1925-1998) The Jugs, 1970 Oil on cardboard, 80 x 70 cm  L.Popova (1889-1924) Space-and-Force Construction, supposedly 1921 Gouache, pencil, lacquer on paper, 30,8 x 25,5 cm
V.Veisberg
(1924-1985)
The Plates, 1959
Oil on canvas, 100 x 74 cm
D.Krasnopevtsev
(1925-1998)
The Jugs, 1970
Oil on cardboard, 80 x 70 cm
L.Popova
(1889-1924)
Space-and-Force Construction, supposedly 1921
Gouache, pencil, lacquer on paper, 30,8 x 25,5 cm

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