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The Pushkin Museum. Five Hundred Years of Master Drawings
Exhibition from 2 February to 12 May 2019
(9 January 2019)

 

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Het Poesjkin Museum. Vijfhonderd jaar meestertekeningen
Tentoonstelling van 2 februari t/m 12 mei 2019
(persbericht in het Nederlands, 23 januari 2019)

 

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1. Anonymous artist, Upper Rhine, Head of a Sibyl, second half of the fifteenth century
Pen and brown ink, 88 × 98 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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2. Albrecht Dürer (Nuremberg 1471 – 1528 Nuremberg), Putti Dancing and Playing Music, with an Ancient Trophy, 1495
Pen and black ink, 271 × 314 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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3. Vittore Carpaccio (Venice 1460/1465 – 1525/1526 Venice), A Philosopher in His Study Engaged in Geometrical Measurements, 1502-1507
Pen and brown ink over a sketch in black chalk, 169 × 216 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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4. Francesco Mazzola, called Parmigianino (Parma 1503 – 1540 Casal Maggiore), Studies of Heads, 1525-1527
Red chalk, 198 × 135 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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5. Giuseppe Cesari, called the Cavaliere d’Arpino (Rome 1568 – 1640 Rome), Study for the Tax Collectors, 1591-1593
Black and red chalk, 224 × 200 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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6. Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (Leyden 1606 – 1669 Amsterdam), Study of a Woman Holding a Child, c. 1650
Pen and brown ink, heightened with white, 110 × 67 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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7. Peter Paul Rubens (Siegen 1577 – 1640 Antwerp), Centaur Tormented by Cupid, 1605-1608
Black chalk, 463 × 397 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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8. Nicolas Poussin (Les Andelys 1594 – 1655 Rome), Zenobia Found on the River Bank of Arax, c. 1640
Pen and brown ink, brown wash, traces of black chalk, 146 × 205 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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9. François Boucher (Paris 1703 – 1770 Paris), Young Woman Sleeping, c. 1758-1760
Black and red chalk, heightened with white chalk and pastel, 271 × 420 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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10. Jean-Honoré Fragonard (Grasse 1732 – 1806 Paris), The Attack, late 1770s
Point of brush and brown ink, brown wash over a sketch in black chalk, 343 × 460 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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11. Jacques-Louis David (Paris 1748 – 1825 Brussels), Study for the Figure of Hersilia, end of 1796
Black and white chalk, 488 × 395 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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12. Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Venice 1696 – 1770 Madrid), The Holy Family with Young John the Baptist, c. 1760
Pen and brown ink, brown wash over a sketch in black chalk, 265 × 201 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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13. Johann Adam Klein (Nuremberg 1792 – 1875 Munich), The Painter Johann Christoph Erhard in His Studio, 1818
Watercolour over a sketch in graphite, 241 × 301 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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14. Caspar David Friedrich (Greifswald 1774 – 1840 Dresden), Two Men on the Sea Coast, 1830-1835
Black chalk and brown wash, 234 × 351 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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15. Karl Bryullov (Saint Petersburg 1799 – 1852 Manziana), Valley of Itom before the Storm; Road to Sinano after the storm, 1835
Watercolour over a sketch in graphite, 125 × 194 mm and 110 × 190 mm (images) ; 290 × 230 mm (sheet)
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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16. Vincent van Gogh (Groot Zundert 1853 – 1890 Auvers-sur-Oise), Portrait of a Young Girl (La Mousmé), 1888
Metal pen, reed pen and black ink over a sketch in graphite, 325 × 245 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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17. Edgar Degas (Paris 1834 – 1917 Paris), After the Bath, c. 1890
Charcoal, 371 × 438 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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18. Paul Signac (Paris 1863 – 1935 Paris), La Turballe
Watercolour over a sketch in black chalk, 287 × 441 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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19. Henri Matisse (Le Cateau-Cambrésis 1869 – 1954 Nice), Dance (Composition no. I), c. 1909
Pen and black ink, watercolour, 221 × 320 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
© Succession H. Matisse
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20. Henri Matisse (Le Cateau-Cambrésis 1869 – 1954 Nice,) Portrait of Lydia Delectorskaya, 1945
Charcoal, 527 × 405 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
© Succession H. Matisse
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21. Pablo Picasso (Malaga 1881 – 1973 Mougins), Study for ‘Composition with a Skull’, 1908
Gouache, watercolour over a sketch in graphite, 323 × 249 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
© Succession Picasso 2019
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22. Robert Delaunay (Paris 1885 – 1941 Montpellier), Team of Cardiff, 1922-1923
Gouache, watercolour and graphite, 710 × 523 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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23. Giorgio De Chirico (Volos 1888 – 1978 Rome), The Muse Consoling the Poet, 1925
Pen and brown ink over a sketch in graphite, 322 × 247 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
© ADAGP, Paris, 2019
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24. Kasimir Malevich (Kiev 1878 – 1935 Leningrad), Children on a Lawn, 1908
Graphite, gouache, 190 × 177 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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25. Vladimir Tatlin (Moscow 1885 – 1953 Moscow), A Polish Szlachcic, 1913
Watercolour, black ink wash, graphite, 448 × 316 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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26. Vassily Kandinsky (Moscow 1866 – 1944 Neuilly-sur-Seine), Composition E, c. 1915
Pen and black ink, grey wash, watercolour, 227 × 340 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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27. Nikolai Kupreyanov (Wloclawek 1894 – 1933 Moscow), The Red Horse, 1924
Black ink at the point of brush, grey wash, watercolour and graphite, 265 × 343 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
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28. Alexander Deineka (Kursk 1899 – 1964 Moscow), The First of May, 1928
Watercolour, gouache over a sketch in graphite, 478 × 453 mm
State Museum of Fine Arts Pushkin, Moscow
© ADAGP, Paris, 2019
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