Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna (1892 - 1984).

Marevna is a pseudonym, invented in 1912 by M. Gorky for Maria Bronislavovna Vorobiova –Stebelsakaya (1892, the Kazan Region – 1984, London). Studied at the Tiflis Fine Arts School (1907-1908), then at the Stroganov Arts School in Moscow (1910). Left for Paris in 1912, where studied at the I. Suloagui and F. Colarossi Academy. Was living in Monparnace at the ‘Ulia’ painters’ circle joint to the Maria Vassilieva Academy, having got a remarkable representative of so called ‘Paris School’. For a certain period was staying under the influence of cubism. After World War I turned to the puantilism technique, having created a kind of alloy of the two trends, interpreted in a decorative spirit. Simultaneously worked for the ‘Irfet’ Fashion House, run by F. Yussupov and his wife, as well as for the famous garment designer Paul Puaret. Marevna’s works were bought by the famous collector Leon Zamoron, Commissar of the Paris Police. Since 1912 participated at the Paris Exhibitions. The works of Marevna were exposed at the Tuilrit Saloon, the Saloon of Independent and at the well-known café ‘Rotonda’. In 1936-1948 was living in the south of France. Moved to England in 1948. Personal exhibitions of Marevna were being constantly held in London and Paris. In 1992 in London was held a broad exhibition of Marevna – ‘Marevna and Monparnace’ dedicated to the 100th Anniversary since the painter’s birth. In 2004 there was a large exhibition of the painter’s works held at the State Tretyakov Gallery. Large collection of Marevna’s works are owned by the Petit-Pallet Museum (Geneva).

Buy author works – Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna


Auctions:

  Lot   DESCRIPTION VALUED PRICE
Пейзаж с чертополохом.
№ 14 Пейзаж с чертополохом.

Landscape with a Thistle.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1969
Technique: Canvas, oil. 
Size: 96х130.

Auction № 5
Russian art of 20th centuries
11 June 2005

Valued price
33000 - 35000 $
33000 - 35000 $
Порт. Амстердам.
№ 36 Порт. Амстердам.

The Harbour. Amsterdam.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1966
Technique: Plywood, oil.
Size: 61х123.

Auction № 7
Soviet art
23 October 2005

Valued price
33000 - 35000 $
33000 - 35000 $
Семья.
№ 41 Семья.

Family.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1972.
Technique: Oil on canvas.
Size: 127х174.

Auction № 134
Russian and Western European art of 19-20th centuries
04 April 2013

Valued price
4800000-8000000 rub.
4800000-8000000 rub.
Натюрморт.
№ 49 Натюрморт.

Still life.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1940-s.
Technique: Oil on canvas.
Size: 92х73.

Auction № 140
Russian and Western European art of 19-20th centuries
03 April 2014

Valued price
1400000-2200000 rub.
1400000-2200000 rub.
Картежники.
№ 76 Картежники.

Gamblers.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1969
Technique: Canvas, oil.
Size: 90х130.

Auction № 52
A-CLUB
27 February 2008

Valued price
4200000 - 5000000 rub.
4200000 - 5000000 rub.
Натюрморт с рыбами и бутылкой.
№ 101 Натюрморт с рыбами и бутылкой.

Still-life with fish and bottle.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1956
Technique: Paper on canvas, pencil, pastel, water-colour.
Size: 57х44.

Auction № 62
Spring salon
19 April 2008

Valued price
220000 - 300000 rub.
220000 - 300000 rub.
Портрет девочек.
№ 105 Портрет девочек.

Portrait of Two girls.

Author: Marevna (Vorobiova–Stebelsakaya) Maria Bronislavovna

Year: 1945.
Technique: Pencil and watercolour on paper laid on board.
Size: 64х95.

Auction № 125
Russian and Western European art of 19-20th centuries
27 October 2011

Valued price
180000-300000 rub.
180000-300000 rub.

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