18 April 2008
Aleksandr Evgen'evich Iakovlev (1887-1938)
Drawing for '100 Baisers'; Drawing for 'Le Tricorne #1'; Drawing for 'Aurora's Wedding'; and Checking film
all theater drawings signed and dated 'A Iacovleff/1936' (lower left); checking film illustration numbered p.2
sanguine and black chalk, unframed
19¼ x 26 in. (48.9 x 66 cm.); 22¾ x 28¾ in. (57.8 x 73 cm.); 26 x 19¼ in. (66 x 48.9 cm.); 17¾ x 12½ in. (45.1 x 31.8 cm.) (respectively) (4)
By direct descent in the artist's family to Luke Alexander Gray.
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