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Luc Villeneuve

The coast forged by nature

Andrew Varlamov

Canvas, tempera vs lithograph

Saint Petersburg, Russia

January 14, 2020 - 9:00 GMT +0

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Caption

For 2 months the exhibition named "Deyneka - Samokhvalov" brought together 300 exhibits from 37 museums and from 9 private collections.To simplify identification of exhibits, 
captions with capital letter C mark works of Alexander Samokhvalov and captions with capital letter Д (cyrillic D) mark works of Alexander Deyneka.

We stand near significant work of the Soviet Epoch of the 1930s - Girl in T-shirt. Alexander Samokhvalov created this painting in 1931-1932. The canvas was introduced to wide audience on retrospective exhibition "Painters of RSFSR over 15 years" opened on November 13, 1932 in Leningrad. In 1933 the painting occupied its place in collection of State Russian Museum. In 1937, it was awarded the gold medal at the International Exposition of Art and Technology in Modern Life in Paris.

The painting is encircled by four lithographs printed before 1935 (but probably after it was completed). Lithographs differ not only from each other, but they differ from the canvas. Artist increased field of view of image and performed it in chalk manner (using wide grainy strokes) instead of simple translation of (reverse, mirror) image.


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Equipment

CameraPentax K-5 IILenssmc PENTAX-DA Fish-Eye 1:3.5-4.5 10-17mm ED (IF)TripodManfrotto 190XBPanohead: Nodal Ninja 5; PC SoftwarePTGui Pro 10.0.18 by New House Internet Services B.V. (dated by April 17, 2018), Pano2QTVR Pro Flash version 1.6.6 by Thomas Rauscher

Behind the scene

I should like to thank Darina Gribova from Manege Central Exhibition Hall in Saint Petersburg, who twice has provided me with permission of photography with tripod - 31 December 2019 and 14 January 2020.
Results of these photosessions (36 panoramas) are published at Google Maps and I hope that sometime it will become part of virtual tour at artandculture.com .

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