Léopold Survage  (Russian, 1879-1968) 

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Léopold Survage, Composition

 

Léopold Survage
Composition
1933

Auktion: Apr 27, 2014
Perrin, Royere, Lajeunesse - Versailles Enchères
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Léopold Survage, La Maternité

 

Léopold Survage
La Maternité
1942

Abby M. Taylor Fine Art LLC
Léopold Survage, Landscape with Birds

 

Léopold Survage
Landscape with Birds
1917

Aktis Gallery
Léopold Survage, Femme et oiseau

 

Léopold Survage
Femme et oiseau
1927

Ravenscourt Galleries
Léopold Survage, l'Odorat

 

Léopold Survage
l'Odorat
1958

Galleria Open Art
Léopold Survage, La Chute d’Icare

 

Léopold Survage
La Chute d’Icare
1940

Ravenscourt Galleries
Léopold Survage, Destins

 

Léopold Survage
Destins
1954

Hanina Fine Arts
Léopold Survage, L'oiseau

 

Léopold Survage
L'oiseau
1915

Galerie des Modernes
 
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Léopold Survage, Mulheres

 

Léopold Survage
Mulheres, 1932
drawing on paper

 

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Léopold Survage, Casciana

 

Léopold Survage
Casciana, 1951
mixed media on paper

 

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Léopold Survage, Femmes à Collioure

 

Léopold Survage
Femmes à Collioure
pencil

 

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  Born in Moscow in 1879, Survage formed the Symbolist group “The Blue Rose” with Archipenko, Larionov, Pevsner in 1905; and in 1910 exhibited with the “Knave of Diamonds” society with Kandinsky, Chagall and Malevitch. In 1912 he created the groundbreaking abstract series “Rythmes Colorés” which is now largely in the collection of MOMA in New York.
  First visiting Paris in 1908, Survage exhibited with the Cubist group at the Salon des Indépendants, and went on to exhibit with the legendary “Section D’Or” group. In 1917 Apollinaire organised a one-man show for Survage at Galerie Bougard. During the 1920’s he created his renowned Cubist “paysages” series and exhibited at the Galerie L’Effort Moderne of Léonce Rosenberg including “L’Effort Moderne”; “Les Maîtres du Cubisme”; “Synthèse et Construction”. From the 1930’s his compositions became increasingly surreal, regularly incorporating metaphysical symbolism.
  Most notable international exhibitions include Chicago Arts Club, 1925; Kraushaar Gallery, New York, 1927; “Modern French Painting”, Moscow, 1928; Knoedler Gallery, New York, 1929; “Painting in Paris”, MOMA New York, 1930; “Avant-Garde Artists”, Tokyo, 1933. Major prizes include the Gold Medal at the International Paris Exhibition of 1937; Solomon Guggenheim Foundation Award, 1960; and the Légion d’Honneur, 1963.
  The artist is now represented in museums worldwide including the Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris); Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow); Athens Museum; Chicago Arts Club; Bezalel Museum (Jerusalem); Museum of Modern Art, (New York).
   Raymon Nacenta, La Scuola di Parigi, Istituto Geografico de Agostini, Novara, 1960
   Artistes russes de l’Ecole de Paris, Petit Palais, Musée d’Art Moderne, Ginevra, 1989
   J. Milner, A dictionary of Russian & Soviet Artists, 1420-1970, Woodbridge, Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd, 1993
   G. Schurr, P. Cabanne, Dictionnaire des Petits Maitres de la peinture, 1820-1920, Paris, Les editions de l’amateur, 1996
   Da Renoir a Picasso, un secolo d’arte al Petit Palais di Ginevra, a cura di Paola Gribaudo, Milano, Electa, 2001
   Da Caillebotte a Picasso, I capolavori della collezione Oscar Ghez dal Museo del Petit Palais di Ginevra a cura di L. Caramel, N. Sainte Fare Garnot, G. Gentry, Milano, Mazzotta, 2003