Nonconformist Soviet Art – Hans Björkegrens’ collection

The term Soviet Nonconformist Art refers to Soviet art produced in the former Soviet Union from 1953 to 1986 (after the death of Joseph Stalin until the advent of Perestroika and Glasnost) outside of the rubric of Socialist Realism. Hans Björkegren (1933-2017) was a Swedish journalist and accomplished translator specializing in works by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Björkegren lived and worked in Moscow 1960-68. He became a collector of non-conformist art as he forged bonds and friendships in the cultural and liberal circles of Moscow life.

 
Vladimir Igorevich YAKOVLEV, pastel crayon on paper, signed and dated 86 I.
Lopullinen hinta 
3 400 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
3 000 SEK
ERNST IOSIPOVITCH NEIZVESTNY, etching, signed, numbered 1/2 and dated 67.
Lopullinen hinta 
3 700 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
3 000 SEK
ANATOLE ZVEREV, oil on cardboard, signed in cyrillic initials AZ.
Lopullinen hinta 
11 500 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
8 000 SEK
ANATOLE ZVEREV, pastel crayon on paper, signed and dated 62.
Lopullinen hinta 
2 600 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
3 000 SEK
ALEXANDR POPOV, assemblage/mobile, signed and dated 1990.
Lopullinen hinta 
6 200 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
3 000 SEK
ERNST NEIZVESTNY, charcoal drawing, signed and dated -65.
Lopullinen hinta 
17 020 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
4 000 SEK
Vladimir Igorevich YAKOVLEV, pastel crayon on paper, signed.
Lopullinen hinta 
3 800 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
5 000 SEK
Anatoly Maslov, oil on canvas, signed AM and dated 92.
Lopullinen hinta 
2 400 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
3 000 SEK
ANATOLE ZVEREV, oil on paer, signed with initials in cyrillic AZ and dated 67.
Lopullinen hinta 
25 521 SEK
Lähtöhinta 
5 000 SEK