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

Nikitsky monastery in Moscow

Details
Maria Iakunchikova (1870-1902) Nikitsky monastery in Moscow charcoal, watercolour and gouache on paper 19 ¼ x 24 ½ in. (48.8 x 62.3 cm.)
Provenance
The family of the artist.
By descent to the present owner.
Literature
Exhibition catalogue, Posmertnaia Vystavka Marii Vasil'evny Iakunchikovoi [Maria Vasil'evna Iakunchikova's posthumous exhibition], Moscow, 1905, listed p. 12, no. 163 as Nikitskii monastyr' v Moskve.
Exhibition catalogue, Exposition de l'Art Russe, Paris, 1906, listed p. 137, no. 726 as Le Couvent Nikitsky.
Exhibition catalogue, L'exposition de quelques oeuvres de Marie Weber-Iakounchikoff et de Vera Woulff, Geneva, 1910, listed p. [2], no. 33 as Eglise de couvent à Moscou (étude tempera).
M. Kiselev, Maria Iakunchikova, Moscow, 1979, listed p. 173 as Nikitskii monastyr' v Moskve.
M. Kiselev, Maria Iakunchikova, Moscow, 2005, illustrated p. 130, listed p. 145 as Nikitskii monastyr' v Moskve.
Exhibited
Moscow, The insurance company 'Anchor', Posmertnaia Vystavka Marii Vasil'evny Iakunchikovoi [Maria Vasil'evna Iakunchikova's posthumous exhibition], 13 February-27 March, 1905, no. 163.
Paris, Salon d'Automne, Exposition de l'Art Russe, 1906, no. 726.
Geneva, Musée Rath, L'exposition de quelques oeuvres de Marie Weber-Iakounchikoff et de Vera Woulff, 1910, no. 33.
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