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  • Provenance

    Private Collection, USA

  • Literature

    G. Shudakov et al, Pioneers of Soviet Photography, London: Thames and Hudson, 1983; Sergei Morozov, Soviet Photography 1917–1940: The New Photojournalism, London: Orbis, c. 1984; S. O. Khan Magomedov, Rodchenko: The Complete Work, London: Thames and Hudson, 1986; C. Carrell & K. Young, The Rodchenko Family Workshop, Glasgow: New Beginnings, 1989; A. Lavrentiev, Alexander Rodchenko: Photography, 1924 –1954, London: Konemann, 1996, p. 105

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Rodchenko Museum Series Portfolio #2: Portraits

Rodchenko/Stepanova Archives, Moscow and Howard Schickler Fine Art, New York, 1997: Twenty-eight gelatin silver prints, printed later by Alexander Lavrentiev and Yuri Plaksin.
Varying sizes from 15.2 × 22.2 cm (6 × 8 3/4 in) to 24.1 × 18.4 cm (9 1/2 × 7 1/4 in).
Each numbered Portfolio no. ‘14’, ‘1–28’ sequentially in an unidentified hand in ink on a label affixed to the reverse of the mount. Colophon. Contained in a leather clamshell case. Number 14 from an edition of 30 plus 5 hors de commerce. Including: The poet Vlamidir Mayakovsky, 1924; Lily Brik, 1924; The Painter Alexander Shevchenko, 1924; Artist and Architect Alexander Vesnin, 1924; Artist, Producer and Publisher Alexei Gan, 1924; Artist and Designer Liubov Popova, 1924; The critic Osip Brik, 1924; Actor and Producer Vitaly Zhemchuzhny, 1924; Yevgenia Zhemchuzhnaya, 1924; The Sculptor Anton Lavinsky, 1924; The writer Elsa Triolet (sister of Lily Brik), 1924; Documentary Film-maker Esther Schub, 1924; The Worker’s Faculty Student, 1924; Varvara Stepanova,1925; In the workshop of Rodchenko and Stepanova, 1925; The Film-maker Lev Kuleshov, 1927; The poet Nikolai Aseev, 1927; Vkhutemas Student Ivan Morozov, 1927; Varvara Stepanova, 1928; The Artist’s mother at the Table, 1928; Poet and Writer Sergei Tretyakov, 1928; Driver, 1929; Pioneer Girl, 1930; Actress Julia Solntseva, Producer Alexander Dovzhenko and Futurist-poet Alexei Kruchenykh, 1930; Professor Boris Schvetsov, 1930; Photoreporter Vadim Kovrigin at the Moscow-Volga Canal, 1934; Photojournalist Georgy Petrusov, 1934; Field Flowers, 1937.

Estimate
£10,000 - 15,000 

Sold for £32,450

Photographs

19 May 2011
London