Youla Chapoval - 1919-1951 - Peintre de la 2ème École de Paris | London: ÉMIGRÉS, « L’Esprit International » in Post-War Paris
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London: ÉMIGRÉS, « L’Esprit International » in Post-War Paris

Hanina Fine Arts, famous gallery in London, presented The ongoing exhibition ‘ÉMIGRÉS L’Esprit International in Post-War Paris’ (28 Sept – 17 Dec).

Hanina Fine Arts is delighted to present an exhibition celebrating this internationalism with a selection of these influential émigré artists, including the Russians André Lanskoy, proclaimed by critic Pierre Guéguen as “one of the greatest of all abstract painters”; Léopold Survage who had been one of the earliest abstract painters in Moscow; Pierre Dmitrienko; Léon Zack and Youla Chapoval whose success was tragically cut short by early death.

Lanskoy

ANDRÉ LANSKOY (1902-1976, Russian) “BRAVOS LE PRINCE” oil on canvas, 97 x 146 cm (38 1/4 x 57 1/2in) signed lower right; titled and dated 1964 on reverse The authenticity of the present work has been confirmed by M. André Schoeller.

YOULA (JULES) CHAPOVAL (1919-1951, Ukranian) “COMPOSITION, 1949” oil on canvas, 40 x 31cm (15¾ x 12¼in) signed indistinctly lower right, painted circa 1949 PROVENANCE: Private Collection Jeanne Havet

YOULA (JULES) CHAPOVAL (1919-1951, Ukranian)
“COMPOSITION, 1949”
oil on canvas, 40 x 31cm (15¾ x 12¼in)
signed indistinctly lower right,
painted circa 1949
PROVENANCE:
Private Collection Jeanne Havet

 

The exhibition is on view at Hanina Fine Arts, 21 Woodstock Street, London W1C 2AP, United Kingdom. For details, visit www.haninafinearts.com

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