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Re-imagining Russia Boris Chetkov Landscape…

Re-imagining Russia Boris Chetkov Landscape & Genre Painting

by Theodora Clarke

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976694956, Hardcover)

RE-IMAGINING RUSSIA This book accompanies the Þrst retrospective exhibition of works by Boris Chetkov in the United Kingdom. Re-imagining Russia, during Russian Art Week, presents the artist through his landscape and genre paintings.The vibrant and colourful pictures in this volume will introduce readers to his energetic and wide-ranging oeuvre.Theodora Clarke discusses the artistÕs life and work and places Chetkov in the context of Modernism and Russian art after World War II. Theodora Clarke is Editor of the arts magazine, Russian Art and Culture, and Director of Russian Art Week in London. A renowned curator, art historian and critic on Russian art, she lectures widely on European modernism and the avant-garde artists of the early twentieth century.Theodora studied for her MA in Russian Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art and formerly worked for ChristieÕs Auction House and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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