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Nikolaï Éfimovitch Timkov

Morning Reflection

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Year 1975

Category Painting

Technic Oil on cardboard

Height x Width (cm) 51 x 61

Signature Signed lower right

Geographical zone America

Certificate PUSHKIN, Kenneth, daté du 6 septembre 2016 : Inventaire n° NTK329.

Signed and dated lower right ; signed, titled and dated verso. Board-archivally mounted on 8 ply cotton rag on clear bass wood strainer with reversible beva read more >>

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In 1993, the year of his death, Russian landscape painter Nikolaï Timkov saw a retrospective of his oeuvre that revealed his sincere and delicate style, earning him the name ‘Dean of Impressionism’.

Born in the steppes of temperate southern Russia in 1912, Timkov studied at the Rostov Art College from 1927 to 1930 before joining the Academy of Arts in Moscow thanks to Isaac Brodsky, renowned academician and painter, who encouraged him to embrace late 19th- and early 20th-century Russian artistic traditions. Upon graduating in 1939, he left to carry out his military service in the navy until 1946.

Deeply fond of the central and western Russian countryside which he travelled assiduously, Nikolaï Timkov created a unique pictorial style in his representation of landscapes. His original compositions featured countless vivid details — specific and symbolic — all rendered with a unique handling of the palette and characteristic brushwork.

His works can be found in major Russian public collections such as the State Museum of History in Saint Petersburg, the Museum of Fine Arts in Rostov-on-Don, and the Novgorod State Museum of History, Architecture, and Art.

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Dr Alexander Borovsky, "Seasons of Timkov", 1999, Pl. 59, p.101. Dr Alexander Borovsky, Dr. Albert Kostenevich, "The Academic Dacha Through the Eyes of Nikolai Timkov", 1999. read more >>

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This painting was acquired directly from the Estate of Nikolai Timkov for the Pushkin Group collection in 1997 and was exported from the Russian Federation to the United States with the full permission of the Russian Ministry of Culture. read more >>

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