Vladimir Igorevich YAKOVLEV, pastel crayon and watercolor on paper, signed and dated 95.
Bird, 21 x 33 cm.
Not examined out of frame.
The collection of Hans Björkegren, journalist, translator and writer.
Vladimir Igorevich Yakolev (1934–1998) is one of the representatives of "underground" art. He was a grandson of the landscape painter Michael Yakovlev’s (1880-1941). Yakovlev attended Vasily Sitnikov's workshop. In the late fifties he joined a group of Moscow nonconformists. He mainly painted in gouache on paper or hardboard, preferring constrained, cool tones. His portraits, still-lives, and well-known "flowers" provoke a sense of deep lonely existence in the picturesque space, the concealed energy of resistance. (Leonid Shishkin Gallery)
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