24 April 2009
Robert Falk (1886-1958)
Landscape with stones
dated '1911' (lower left)
oil on canvas
27 5/8 x 28 in. (70 x 71 cm.)
From the artist's studio to the All-Union Central Museum Bureau of the Fine Art Department NKP, 1921 (inventory no. 2944).
Private collection, Rome.
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D. V. Sarabianov, J. V. Didenko, Paintings of Robert Falk. Catalogue raisonné, Moscow, 2006, no. 350, p. 287, illustrated.
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