Maria Iakunchikova (1870-1902)
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Maria Iakunchikova (1870-1902)


Maria Iakunchikova (1870-1902)
gorodok, comprising forty-five elements: oil on wood; textiles: wool mix
gorodok 7 3/8 in. (18.8 cm.) high, and smaller; textiles 16 x 50 7/8 in. (40.7 x 129.2 cm.), and smaller
The family of the artist.
By descent to the present owner.
M. Normand, 'La Russie à l'exposition', L'illustration, Paris, 5 May 1900, no. 2984, illustrated p. 284.
N. Peacock, 'The new movement in Russian decorative art', The Studio, London, May 1901, no. 98, illustrated p. 268.
K. Kiselev, Maria Iakunchikova, Moscow, 1979, illustrated p. 133, listed pp. 174, 187 as Gorodok.
W. Salmond, 'The Solomenko Embroidery Workshops', The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, 1987, no. 2, illustrated p. 138.
K. Kiselev, Maria Iakunchikova, Moscow, 2005, illustrated pp. 129, 131, listed p. 145 as Gorodok.
K. Kiselev, Maria Iakunchikova, Geneva, 2008, p. 142, illustrated p. 142, listed p. 154 as Petit village miniature.
Paris, Pavillon de la Russie, L'exposition universelle de 1900, 15 April-12 November 1900.
Moscow, The insurance company 'Anchor', Posmertnaia Vystavka Marii Vasil'evny Iakunchikovoi [Maria Vasil'evna Iakunchikova's posthumous exhibition], 13 February-27 March 1905.
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