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Эскиз к "Сыны неба"
1919

Н.К.Рерих. Эскиз к

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Название Эскиз к "Сыны неба"
Год 1919
Материалы, размеры Бумага, карандаш. 24.5 х 30.5 см.
Источник Атриб.:Каталог живописи и графики Н.К.Рериха. Сост.В.Бендюрин http://www.roerich-encyclopedia.facets.ru/kartiny.html
Примечание Загружено по 2 изображения лицевого и оборотного рисунков. Вариант названия картины - "Дочери Земли". См. Картину
На обороте эскиз к "Святой Меркурий Смоленский" (1919 г.). Эскизы участвовали 2.11.2009 в аукционе Sotheby's New York. Проданы 30.11.2011 на аукционе Bonham's London. Продан 6.10.2018 на аукционе Gene Shapiro New York. Продан 5.12.2018 на аукционе Saffronart New Delhi. В каталоге Музея Рериха ошибочно датировался 1918 годом. Вариант измерений: 35 х 30.5 см.

PROVENANCE и др. информация

LOT 12

NICHOLAS ROERICH

RUSSIAN, 1874-1947

SKETCH FOR DECOR FOR WAGNER'S OPERA TRISTAN AND ISOLDE, 1922, SKETCH FOR A PAINTING, 1917-1918, SKETCH FOR SONS OF HEAVEN, 1919 (WITH SKETCH FOR ST. MERCURIUS OF SMOLENSK ON REVERSE): A GROUP OF THREE

10,000—15,000 USD

measurements

6 by 9 in.; 9 3/4 by 12 in.; 9 3/4 by 12 in.

alternate measurements

15 by 23 cm; 25 by 30.5 cm; 35 by 30.5 cm

Description

first bears numbers 34 and 460 and various inscriptions (on the reverse); second bears numbers 27 and 352 and various inscriptions(on the reverse); third bears numbers 6 and 450 and various inscriptions (on the reverse)

pencil on paper

We would like to thank Gvido Trepša, Senior Researcher, Nicholas Roerich Museum, New York, for assistance in cataloguing the present lot.

PROVENANCE

Collection of Louis and Nettie Horch, New York (acquired directly from the artist)

Thence by descent

EXHIBITED

New York, Roerich Museum (permanent collection) until 1935

LITERATURE AND REFERENCES

Roerich Museum Catalogue, New York, nos. 460 (Tristan and Isolde), 352 (Painting) and 450 (Sons of Heaven, incorrectly titled Daughters of Earth and dated 1918)

https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/18991/lot/66/?category=list

Lot 66*

NIKOLAI KONSTANTINOVICH ROERICH

largest: 24.5 x 30.5cm (9 5/8 x 12in). unframed, in custom matting

Sold for £ 5,000 (RUB 412,537) inc. premium

THE RUSSIAN SALE

30 Nov 2011, 14:00 GMT

LONDON, NEW BOND STREET

Nikolai Konstantinovich Roerich (Russian, 1874-1947)

Three sketches: a sketch for the production of Tristan and Isolde, 1922; a double-sided sketch: Sons of Heaven, 1919 on one side and a sketch for St. Mercurius of Smolensk on the other side; and a sketch for an unidentified painting

the first: inscribed on reverse with the title, date, NY and number '34'; the second: inscribed with title (upper right), reverse sketch inscribed with numbers '6' and '450' and erroneous title; the third: inscribed on reverse with number '27', size and additional monograms

all pencil on paper

largest: 24.5 x 30.5cm (9 5/8 x 12in).

unframed, in custom matting

(3)

FOOTNOTES

PROVENANCE:

Collection of Louis and Nettie Horch, New York

Thence by descent

EXHIBITED:

New York, Roerich Museum, until 1935

LITERATURE:

Roerich Museum Catalogue, nos. 460 (Tristan and Isolde), 352 (Painting) and 450 Sons of Heaven, incorrectly titled Daughters of Earth and dated 1918

https://www.shapiroauctions.com/auctions/Auction-06-10-2018/178-three-drawings-by-nikolai-konstantinovich-roerich-russian-1874-1947

178

THREE DRAWINGS BY NIKOLAI KONSTANTINOVICH ROERICH (RUSSIAN 1874-1947)

comprising:

a) Etude for the production of Tristan and Isolde, 1922, pencil on paper, 15 x 22.5 (5 7/8 x 8 7/8 in.), inscribed on verso

b) double-sided drawing: Sons of Heavens (recto), 1919, inscribed Sons of earth and daughters of heaven descendupper right; an etude for St. Mercurius of Smolensk (verso), each pencil on paper, 24.9 x 30.8 cm (9 3/4 x 12 1/8 in.)

c) Preparatory drawing for an unidentified painting, pencil on paper, 24.8 x 30.3 cm (9 3/4 x 11 7/8 in.)

PROVENANCE

Collection of Louis and Nettie Horch

Thence by descent

Bonhams, London, November 30, 2011, lot 66. (Copy of invoice available upon request)

Acquired by present owner at the above sale

EXHIBITED

New York, Roerich Museum (permanent collection) until 1935

LITERATURE

Roerich Museum Catalogue (New York: Roerich Museum, 1930), nos. 460, 450 (Sons of Heaven), and 352, respectively

Estimate: $6,000 – $8,000

Sold for $5,000

https://www.saffronart.com/auctions/PostWork.aspx?l=27661

Lot 9 of 85

MODERN INDIAN ART

5-6 DECEMBER 2018

Estimate $11,595 - 14,495

Rs 8,00,000 - 10,00,000

Winning Bid $12,180

Rs 8,40,420

(Inclusive of Buyer's Premium)

ARTWORK DETAILS

Nicholas Roerich

Sketch for Sons of Heaven

1919

Pencil on paper

9.75 x 12.5 in (24.9 x 32 cm)

NON-EXPORTABLE NATIONAL ART TREASURE

This is a double-sided work

PROVENANCE

Acquired directly from the artist

Collection of Louis and Nettie Horch, New York

Bonhams, London, 30 November 2011, lot 66

EXHIBITED

New York: Nicholas Roerich Museum (permanent collection) until 1935

PUBLISHED

Roerich Museum Catalogue, New York: Nicholas Roerich Museum, 1930, p. 450 (illustrated)

Category: Drawing

Style: Figurative

Nicholas Roerich was born in St Petersburg in 1874. He was more than an artist – he was also a writer, humanist and philosopher. Scandinavian by descent, he received his training at the Academy of Art in St Petersburg. He went to Paris in 1900 but remained mostly in St Petersburg until 1916 when he went to Finland due to ill health. He lived in America between 1920-23. Despite his deep interest in India and its culture, he came to India only in 1923. He arrived in Darjeeling from where he left on an expedition to India, Siberia, Mongolia and Tibet for the next five years. He settled in the Kulu valley in the western Himalayas in 1928 where he lived with his family. He lived and worked there till his death in 1947. He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1929. His work is a part of Museums and Art Galleries all over the world.

 

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