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Maria Iakunchikova (1870-1902)
Maria Iakunchikova (1870-1902)
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MARIA IAKUNCHIKOVA (1870-1902)

Death at the piano; Poem dedicated to Fedor Iur'evich Berends; Castle; and Breton interior

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MARIA IAKUNCHIKOVA (1870-1902)
Death at the piano; Poem dedicated to Fedor Iur'evich Berends; Castle; and Breton interior
the second signed in Cyrillic and inscribed with poem in Russian 'M. Iakunchikova' (left) and dated '19 January/1883' (lower right); the third signed with the artist's monogram, inscribed and dated '1891/Liubimovka' (upper right)
one ink on paper; two pencil, ink and wash on paper; one pencil and watercolour on paper
11 7/8 x 7 7/8 in. (30.7 x 20.3 cm.); and smaller
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Provenance
The family of the artist.
By descent to the present owner.
Literature
Death at the piano
K. Kiselev, Maria Iakunchikova, Moscow, 2005, illustrated p. 63, listed p. 143 as Smert' za pianino.
O. Davydova, 'Broadening Horizons: Maria Yakunchikova and Symbolism', The Tretyakov Magazine, Moscow, 2020, no. 3 (68), special edition, illustrated and listed p. 20 as Death at the piano.
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