Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Help requested: Russian translation


This lovely (framed) Russian lithographic drawing found its way to me today. 


Hopefully there's a reader who can translate the attached label and there's an artist name to be found in there. Somewhere. 




Some years ago I found a woodblock print showing "Lake Baikal in the evening (1991)" with a similar label created by Ukrainian artist Andrey Karthashov (born 1974 ?), according to the information then found it was part of an European traveling exhibition of Russian (Ukranian) artists. I showed it here (or follow the label below).    

5 comments:

  1. the lithograph could be by Dmitry Vladimirovitch Averyanov (last name appears under the emblem; first initials are different. see images online). don't know enough Russian to translate the rest

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    1. Danke vielmals Ulrich, wirklich sehr freundlich un behilflich.

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  2. Hi, Lino (don't know your name))) Here's some info about this print: painter Vasily Averyanov, associate Professor of the Department of graphics of the Art Institute named after V. I. Surikov in Moscow http://lifeofours.narod.ru/work/surikov/grafika/prepodavateli/averyanov/, printmaker V. Petrov, was printed in the Ggraphic Art Workshop of the Moscow Art Fund in november 1991, in edition of 500 copies, size 40x50 cm.
    With best wishes in early spring, Irina, Chekhov town, Moscow region, Russia

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    1. Hello Irina, thank you very much. The forces of a friendly internet are awesome. Many greetings to beautiful Moskau from Friesland in the Netherlands (Lino = Gerbrand)

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  3. Oh, I forgot to mention the name of this print - "March tulips", very symbolic)))

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