Marie Vorobieff MAREVNA 1892-1984

Marie Vorobieff MAREVNA 1892-1984
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Marie Vorobieff MAREVNA 1892-1984
born on: February 14, 1892, TCHEBOKSARY RUSSIA
Deceased 4 May 1984 LONDRES
CUBISM, POINTILLISM
The daughter of a Russian actress and a Polish nobleman, Maria Vorobyov studied in Tbilisi and Moscow before moving to Italy. Then she moved to Paris among the Russian community and befriended the painters of Montparnasse (Léger, Chagall, Picasso ...). Vorobieff is madly in love with Diego Rivera, but he goes back to Mexico, leaving him their daughter. The Second World War encouraged her to reach the French Riviera where she set up her workshop.
First woman to adopt the pointillism style to cubism.
Exhibits in Paris, then in London, then in the United States and in Japan; his work received homage at a retrospective organized by the Guggenheim Foundation in New York in 1968.
Mediterranean village
(Cannes le suquet ,?)
Watercolor with colored pencils
signed lower left dated 1946
framed
origin :
-collection WEILL -THENON
- Gallery of United States Cannes 1976

Ref: ISSC08SYSY

Style Modern Art (Watercolors of Modern Art Style)
Century 20th century (Watercolors 20th century)
Artist Marie Vorobieff MAREVNA
Materials
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 81500, LAVAUR, France

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