Contribution to the history of forgery. Kustodiyev by an unknown artist
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Another volume of the Catalog of counterfeit paintings ", a presentation which was held yesterday in Rosokhrankultura, brought a sensation: it included among the doubtful works of art -" Nude in Interior Boris Kustodiev, sold in Russian auction Christie `s November 30, 2005 and then became the most expensive lot of the auction.
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Nude in the interior Boris Kustodiev, sold in the Russian auction Christie `s November 30, 2005 and then became the most expensive lot of the auction.
We Kustodiev there is such a figure, "lying models", 1915. He published in his book, E. Lebedeva of Kustodiev (published in "Science", Moscow, 1966., Str.123). Apparently they took., In this "Odalisque" all unusual for Kustodiev, starting with the name ...
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History is really interesting and instructive. How will it all end? Will auction now "back" and give it money and how much and when, and how the Dwarf spend time on this "happy" owner Kustodiev acquired a solid (yet without the quotes) auction.
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Respectable auction houses are fully RESPONSIBILITY for the authenticity of works.
Here I have to hand the receipt of the acceptance of Upssalskogo auction. The seventh paragraph on the back is "RESPONSIBILITY for the mistake. It states that the seller held responsible for podlinnnost object, but an auction has the right to demand from the seller the entire amount received for the sale item in the auction, if it is proved that an object "error." The auction for its part, guarantees the authenticity of the subject and held responsible to the buyer.
Slashala that Sotheby's, for example, a couple of times gave money "back" for a proven falshak. I do not know the truth, whether they require the money back from the seller or assume all costs.
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Was "Here is news" in the "Arbor".
In the "Catalog ..." written MAYBE poddelka.A indicator - not the verdict of the Supreme Court .....!
Interestingly, another "It was sold in the Russian auction Christie` s November 30, 2005 - in the work called "Odalisque" - for $ 2.9 million in the !!!!( Estimé $ 320-390 thousand !!!!) and became the expensive lot of the auction.
Studied, and stared dotorgovalis-almost up to 3 lemons. I write in the plural because "pepper" has attracted a lot of experts think before you "lemon". And that, they suddenly saw the light ....
More like a banal kidok with "washing money.
So now raised a fuss. They say, do not give a stake, the court shall take away from EVERYTHING.
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respectable auction houses are fully RESPONSIBILITY for the authenticity of works.
In all this history is interesting procedure itself, ie any expert opinion recognizes the auction and as soon give pokuavtelyu money. I think all this would have been interesting.
Regarding "kidka" - a good idea for money laundry!
In this case, because for hedging falshak simply necessary - otherwise, do not get money back if you throw: D: D: D
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FAIv, I read somewhere a statement of representatives of Christie `s that they are willing to give money if they provide a canvas for an additional ekpertizy (which will hold their specialists). And if that their examination confirmed that the picture is fake. Search.
By the way, on the Kiev "Four Corners", who once discussed Kustodiev not sold. Here it
"In the church. Expectation ", 1902
Oil on canvas; 118h72;
lower right corner of B. Кустодіев 1902 "
Expert opinion Churakov G. and L. Gladkova (TG).
The painting was created, probably with. Semenovskoe Kostroma
where B. Kustodiev worked each year during 1901 - 1915.
There, the artist performed a large number of sketches for future compositions
and created a number of peasant portraits and genre scenes of popular life.
350 000 - 500 000
I can not show the picture here, see for yourself. http://www.bruun-rasmussen.dk/search...;iid=300241815
801/247: Boris Mikhailovich Kustodiev: A snow-covered Russian town. Signed and dated B. Kustodiev 1917 (in Cyrillic). Oil on canvas. 67 x 89 cm.
Care in DKK: 2.000.000. Pribavte another 30%.
The next volume of the Catalogue of counterfeit works of art, presentation of which took place yesterday in Rosokhrankultura, brought a sensation: those that were among his doubtful works - "Nude in Interior Boris Kustodiev, sold in Russian auction Christie` s 30 November 2005 and has become now the most expensive lot auction.
Equipped with three ".... reject the authorship of artworks examinations ... "
It is interesting to read on the forum have any information, who knows?
In the fifth volume of the Catalogue of counterfeit works of art "published more than a hundred paintings, which are attributed to the brush Russian artists of the late XIX - early XX century, however, are most likely the work of Western artists, all with fake signatures of Russian. In total, the value of these paintings in their "Russian" version is about $ 15 million .. "
A useful directory would be interesting to discuss other fuflovye pictures ..
Friends who have information? posted to this topic ...
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story is actually interesting and instructive. Where will it all end? Will auction now "up" and give it money and how much and when, and how much Kolov spend time on this "lucky" winner Kustodieva acquired a solid (yet without the quotes) auction.
While only a court ...., and passed five years old ..
The Russian businessman Viktor Vekselberg, sued the auction house Christie's, charging him with trafficking in counterfeit paintings. Reported The Daily Telegraph.
According to the newspaper, Vekselberg filed by Christie's in London's High Court, claiming that the painting Boris Kustodiev "Odalisque", bought in 2005 for 2,5 million dollars, was a forgery.
Company Aurora Fine Arts Investment (AFAI), owned by Vekselberg, requires the auction house to return the money and pay compensation to the billionaire. According to the company, the picture painted by an unknown artist to have worked under Kustodiev.
AFAI alleges that in 2006 asked Christie's to cancel the transaction, but the auction house said that he had to conduct their own investigation into the incident. In the end, Vekselberg's company sent the painting to the auction house in 2009, but no response from Christie's has not yet been received.
Viktor Vekselberg is one of the richest people in Russia, according to magazine Forbes. Condition Vekselberg was rated magazine in 2010, 6.4 billion dollars.
(The Daily Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture
Friends who still have useful information from the fifth volume of "Catalogue of works of art forgery?
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useful information from the fifth volume of "Catalogue of counterfeit works of art?
From site ARTinvestment.RU:
Last month, Rosokhrankultura published the fifth volume of the Catalogue of fakes. It included 900 works of art, 100 of which were not mentioned in previous editions. One of the major surprises was the inclusion in the catalog picture "Odalisque", attributed to Boris Kustodiev. In November 2005, this work was the top lot of the "Russian Trading» Christie's. When Estima 180-220 thousand pounds she brought 1.69 million (2.93 million dollars for the then exchange rate).
According to the publisher of the Catalogue of fakes Vladimir Roshchina, there is no doubt that the "Odalisque" is bogus. This was confirmed by experts of the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum and the GRC them. Grabar, as well as the independent expert Vladimir Petrov.
The catalog auction Christie's said that "Odalisque" was written by a famous artist in 1919. It bears the signature of the Cyrillic alphabet "B. Kustodiyev, 1919.. " The basis for the film, according to legend, served as a charcoal drawing 1915 "Reclining Nude". The first owner was a cloth Maskovsky Leo, who lived in the 1920's in the Baltic.
Representatives of Christie's said they had known about the examination center and Grabar, Vladimir Petrov, but in order to cancel the deal, they need to conduct their own examination. But so far, they say, the painting do not let them.
The auction house gives buyers a guarantee of 5 years. If during this time, two experts recognize the product of false and their conclusions will be approved by the buyer and Christie's, the money paid for the work will be returned.
In the "Catalogue of fraud" was another job, sold at Christie's, - the landscape winter sun in the pine forest ", allegedly written by the artist Andrew Schilder. Landscape was sold for 8,5 thousand pounds at auction, held in July 2000. Shortly after the auction from the new owner began to doubt the authenticity of the paintings, and he turned to the experts. May 30, 2001 Christie's to cancel the sale.
Among the other forgeries - Summer Fishing on the lake in the woods "Elijah Ostroukhova, sold at Sotheby's in May 2002. Representatives of the auction house said that over the attribution of the painting to them nobody addressed.
The problem of counterfeit facing most dealers dealing in Russian art. "Every month I am asked to see 10 paintings and 9 of them are false - laments the London dealer James Batteruik (James Butterwick). - Many Russian collectors make purchases without consulting with competent experts. If the work is credible, then it has a provenance, which can be easily checked.
Many works from the "Catalogue of fakes" - "turned" Western painting artists of the XIX century. Some pictures of Russian realists may be difficult to distinguish from canvases to overseas counterparts - artists have followed the same trend, sometimes even studied under the same master, so experts do errors in attribution. Sam cataloguer Vladimir Petrov in 2005, said that is a true 20 false pictures. He urged his colleagues not to ashamed to admit his mistakes.
Material prepared by Julia Maksimova, AI
«Summer Fishing on the lake in the woods" "Elijah Ostroukhova" friends who have photos?
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Federal Service for Supervision of Law for the Protection of Cultural Heritage (Rosokhrankultura)
News (the site).
The State Service for Control over the movement of cultural property through the state border of Ukraine thanked Rosokhrankultura for organizing the return of museum objects - two Christian graves VI-VII centuries.
The Federal Service for Supervision of Law for the Protection of Cultural Heritage received a letter from the State Service to control the movement of cultural property across the state border of Ukraine with an expression of gratitude, Deputy Head - Chief of the Office for the Conservation of Cultural Property Rosokhrankultura V. Petrakov, of the Service and St. Petersburg State Museum of History of Religions for organizing the return to Ukraine of two Christian graves VI-VII centuries.
These tombstones were transferred in 1964 by the National Reserve "Chersonese" in 1949, among other items for temporary storage of the State Museum of history of religion. In 1983 he returned to the reserve GMIR 47 museum objects, but the two epitaphs remain in storage at the museum.
During the talks it was decided to return the monuments in Ukraine. April 20, 2010 Rosokhrankultura adopted museum items for temporary storage of the Museum of the History of Religion, 9 June this year After completing any necessary permits, they were handed over to the Embassy of Ukraine in the Russian Federation for onward transmission to the State Service for Control over the movement of cultural property across the state border of Ukraine to return to the permanent preservation in the National Reserve Chersonese.
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Recently Moscow's old lover Alex Pel-Dmitriev, 40 years old defunct detective to nab, found in one of them ... portrait of his mother. The picture was written early last century when fashionable folk artist from Mordovia Theodore Sychkovym. Five years ago, a former opera started in the apartment repairs and gave some things to store old friend. But he died suddenly, while other "friends house" immediately carried off rarities.
Pel-Dmitriev conducted its own investigation. I walked all of Moscow's antique shops, and professional intuition did not fail - a portrait of "floated" it is in an artistic salon. By the way, the picture was placed on record in the Department of Conservation of Cultural Property. However, the shroud was on sale, and with a solid cover of the paper - expert opinion specialist Institute. Grabar. Of all people, and the art of such level may not have known about the orientation of the Department ...
- I have the impression that the judge simply cooked the facts - says Alexey Pel-Dmitriev. - For example, a blue dress, my mother in his paper turned white ... Could it not be that the portrait does not match the description in the guidance?
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