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"pushkin museum" Discussed on This Day in History Class
"Poet Marina that I have a was born in Moscow. Speth UVA was a prolific writer and one of the most notable Russian language poets of the twentieth. Century. On the Julian calendar which Russia used at the time. Of His birthday was September twenty sixth. Her mother. Maria Alexandrova was a concert pianist. Her Father Ivan Vladimirovich Dia of was a professor of Art History at the University of Moscow he later founded the Pushkin Museum of fine. Art. Marina her siblings and her parents live a comfortable life. They had servants and spent summers in a cottage in. Russia. That said, her family wasn't perfect. There was tension in her mother and father's marriage as they still had feelings for previous loves and her mother wanted her to be a pianist rather than pursuing poetry. After his mother got to Urculo since in Nineteen Zero two, the family moved around Europe in search of warmer climate. They lived in Italy Switzerland France Germany and Crimea to help with her mother's health. But her mother died of tuberculosis in one, thousand, nine, hundred, six, and Todd Usta. Verena bread a lot and learned several languages and she studied literary history at the Sorbonne when she was a teenager. In nineteen ten, she self published her first collection of poem called Evening Album. Other poets and critics like million dollar Shin and Nicolay Gumbo off recognized her work and soon as she began to mingle with other artists. Married her husband Star Gay Yaakob Luggage Ephron in Nineteen twelve, and they had three children together over the course of their relationship. Though. She was devoted to her husband. She had a fair including ones with poet Sophia part of nut and OSIP Mandelstam. Marinas. Affairs in friendships inspired many of her poems. But a period of turbulence in Russia and in Marine, life was on the horizon. The Russian revolution broke out in nineteen seventeen and her husband joint. This ours counter Revolutionary White Army. She rejected the revolution and many of her poems reflect her support of Anti Bolshevik resistance. The domain of the swans up home about the civil war was one of the works she wrote during this time though it wasn't published until decades later. Even lost touch with her husband while he was in the army and she stayed with her children and Moscow where they lived in poverty. During the famine that took place while she was in Moscow she put her two daughters in a state orphanage hoping they would be better taken care of their. But her youngest died in the orphanage of malnutrition in nineteen twenty. Nineteen, twenty, two Modena, and her daughter set out Berlin to reunite with Sergei who was in exile. They later moved to Prague and then in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, five to Paris, a major center for Russian immigration. That same year, their son Georgie was born. Even, though she lived in poverty, she continued to put out poetry essays and play. Many. Russian emigre writers, in Paris, criticize marina for not being anti-soviet enough those she did form connections with writers like Bryner Berea road. And TESCO, she was isolated from those immigration circles and Russia. On top of that, her husband's politics shifted. Became Homesick for Russia and developed Soviet sympathies. Eventually he joined the in Cave E.. or at the Soviet secret police. In nineteen, thirty, nine marina and her son returned to the Soviet Union to meet her husband and. who had also gained Soviet sympathies. Marina struggled in Soviet Russia and found it hard to get work as a writer. Her husband and daughter were soon arrested on espionage charges. Her husband was shot and killed in nineteen, forty one and her daughter was sent to a labor. camp. When the Nazis began bombing Moscow marina and her son were evacuated to your. A remote town in a target Soviet socialist republic where she had no money or support. She died by suicide in nineteen forty one. Marinas but is work is remembered for being lyrical, direct and experimental and having distinct for them. It's also noted for its portrayal of women's experiences during those turbulent years in Russian history. I'm Jeff. Code and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday. Have a hard time staying president as you mindlessly scroll through Social Media Lucky for you, we're stuck in the pass at. The I eight podcast on facebook instagram and twitter. Or if you would prefer to email, you can send us a message at this day at iheartmedia dot com. I hope you liked the show. We'll be back tomorrow with another episode. For more podcasts from I heart radio, visit the iheartradio radio APP apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Welcome to teach me something new podcast from iheartradio in co on your host Brit Morin I'm an entrepreneur, a CEO a mom, and I'm curious about a lot of things we've already learned so much together. 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"pushkin museum" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"With his movement in Italy but more on what we see in his drawings and paintings now one of the aspects of the show he's really interesting is the way that you looking to the followers in great debt and bought traffic for instance there's a range of works by him where he really rises as as an artist proposal for some sometimes for attribution for example the musician and the Roseana is considered by some scholars to be not to buy another way ed by color so it's also a way to show that low another weather great master with a real workshop with good painters around him and how the Paints you know it's still a great debate debate between the Followers of Da Vinci Milan at the beginning of the ninety s we know that Michael Delgiorno Bowl trophy wearing his studio the young Salah arrives at that time and still today call us do not agree about the old the bution in the exhibition we followed with some scholars like Baheen for example who has I think is about the identity of some of his pupils and in fact the most the best scholar at the best pupil seems to be trough you and you seem to be in the exhibition for example a wonderful portrait of a young man from the Music Pushkin Pushkin Museum Moscow and he is clearly he was clearly the best Appeal of Leonardo Da Vinci but you see this was the way the workshop was working in Milan in the ninety s but for example window moved to Florence and then me Lenexa he he's workshop change a little bit other kind of artists were around him People Salah and melody and that time they were mostly making copies very more precise copy of his paintings and we are workshop inevitably when we talk about the workshop there's been a lot of debate about the Salvator Mundi and unfortunately it's not here so you can't now put alongside other works by Leonardo and the workshop and Staten we can't study at the public can't see but you didn't intend to bring it to Paris didn't he sure yes we ask all the painting in two thousand eighteen so when the painting was still the property of the former owner and we still wanted the painting after its mm-hmm assailant in two thousand seventeen were has not been definitively event so it remains open that it will the exhbition will open in a few days without a the painting it would have in a good opportunity to see in the context of all these near the preparatory drawings of in Missouri that's life you know Salvador Mundi is an expensive painting shore but clearly that Composition Leonardo invented probably at the beginning of the sixteenth century in Florence is another most representative Ileana art what is Leonardo is the saints on the Batson everything is movement expression with Salvador Mundi it Alana though remained quiet classical he reproduce the traditional image of Jesus Christ Salvator Mundi with no expression ratty well position so if you WANNA send Leonardo you should look at them and Eliza he should Saint Saint John the Baptist it was the Commission in that Commission Leonardo Strangely did not invent a new economical I mean I want to know about your personal feelings when you show you say thirteen years you've been working on this exhibition it's a crowning achievement. I'm sure of your work but I want to know about how you feel personally when you're in those spacey's putting those works on the woman it must be almost unreal to actually see it developing into a physical real thing sure and you know it's always a moment of truth will so because you you see if it works and I think one of the greatest moment of insulation of these emission was when we we we were absolutely it was a one of the greatest emotion I ever had and what was incredible that moment it was not and the paintings by the that she will thank you so much to pleasure.
"pushkin museum" Discussed on Trivia Buff Radio
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"pushkin museum" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"And I mean, cigarette butts, and whatever was lying around and a lot of times because he was a painter because he was usually shut up in a studio he would eat paint and in the power of art, which I've mentioned in my last one Simon Shama, you should probably look it up. But there is an episode with Van Gogh, and it's we'd field with CROs is the artwork that they focus on. And I'll talk about it in a bit. But Andy circus, the great MO cap Akron circus plays Van Gogh. Wow. And the way that the power of art series kind of works is that the Simon Shamma focuses on one piece of artwork from one artist. And he kind of tells the story around it, but each episode is like its own little gem. So like one episode will be about Picasso. But no one plays Picasso. Like, just basically Simon Shama talking over like paintings, and like some street scenes of Spain and Paris, but with Van Gogh it was indie circus inner room in his studio, actually, like quoting direct lines from van Goghs writings to his brother THEO, and it's very moving, and it's very beautiful and at the scene where he eats the paint. Is it like is it like to to face style light is to just like it's more of a it's more of a he sees the. It's a quiet moment. Talking about anti circus here. Yep. Go, but he sees the paint. And he's like, very sad. And he grabs it, and he like chef social shoves it into his mouth, and he starts laughing. And then he starts crying, and it's very sad. But it is just. An incredible piece of acting from British actor CB, Andy circus, I think he's got a CB. I don't know. Most people do I mean half of England, honestly, so. He's very very mentally ill. And there isn't a lot of resources for him at this time. Even though his brother was fairly class, and did whatever he could. So so yeah. So in March the police closed his house after petition by thirty towns people who described him as life. Oh REU or the red headed madman yet or the red fool Van Gogh returned to hospital. So two months later, he left Arlen voluntarily entered an asylum and say remedial Provence. And around this time, he wrote sometimes moves of indescribable anguish sometimes moments when the veil of time and fatality of circumstances seem to be torn apart for an instant, he's like very depressed. So he painted a portrait of Dr Felix Ray, the the guy who saved his ear in eighteen eighty nine and he gave it to him. He was like this is for you for helping me, but the doctor he did not like the painting. He was like Liu. So he used it to repair chicken coop. And then he gave it away. He was like I don't like looking at so in two thousand sixteen the portrait was house at the Pushkin museum of fine arts estimated to be worth over fifty million dollars. So Dr Ray. Back to Van Gogh. He entered the Saint Paul de Moselle asylum on may eighth eighteen eighty nine accompanied by his carer Federick, Saul who was a Protestant clergyman his brother. Theo was like, I can't be there. Could you please? Make sure that my brother is cool. Van Gogh had to sales with barred-windows one of which he is his studio, which is nice clinic in its garden became the main subjects of his paintings. And he made several studies at the hospitals interiors such as vestibule of the asylum and sane reme- in eighteen eighty nine. Some of his works from this time are characterized by swirl such as the starry night. So the bigs worlds he was also allowed short supervised walks during which time he painted cypresses and olive trees, including olive trees with the L appeal in the background in eighteen eighty nine cypresses in the same year and cornfield with cypresses and country wrote in Provence by night in eighteen ninety in may eighteen ninety Van Gogh left the clinic and say remained to move nearer to both Dr Paul guess shea an of over survives antipathy. Oh, so guess shea was an amateur painter and had treated several other artists for mental illness, Camille, Pissarro had recommended him. And then goes first impression that guess shea was ill or than I am..
"pushkin museum" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"Yeah. Each people house brought to you in association with Bonhams auctioneers since seventeen ninety three with experts more than sixty categories of collecting it specialists will connect you with your passion. Find what defines you at Bonhams dot com. Hello and welcome to the art newspaper put cost. I'm Ben, Luke. It's our last podcast of twenty eight teen as we did last year. We're going to look at the top art world stories of the last twelve months later in the podcast also to Nancy Kenny and Margaret Carrigan from anew York team about the big issues in the US and the Americas. But I I'm joined in our London studio by Martin Bailey. Melanie girlies Martin's long-term correspondent for the newspaper based in London. He's also the author of a number of books. The most recent being starry night fangled at the asylum. Must also has a blog all about van Gulf on the newspaper website melanie's, not market columnist of the financial times and at the newspaper, and she's the author of artisan investment survey comparative assets, we're going to begin by talking about the story of the year from last year as well, which is the Leonardo sale last year. Christie's New York for four hundred fifty million of Salvator of the Salvator Mundi. You might one might have imagined that after the gavel went down, and we. Learnt who had acquired the work that the story would dim down. And it would just be up to the public to look at it. But Martin as you know from the story that you've written in December issue of the newspaper. There are still lots of questions abound about this work. Yes. And particularly on the provenance, and obviously we want to trace back as far as we can. Ideally to Leonardus studio. And when Christie's sold the painting, the produced a very large insubstantial special catalog with chapter or section on the provenance, and they argued that the pitcher had belonged to Charles I of England now that gave it a wonderful British Royal provenance, and it got back not quite Leonardo time. But quite a long way what we did in the newspaper in the December issue with to reveal that it may not have been in the British Royal collection because there is another painting in Moscow in the Pushkin museum of the similar subject. The Salvator Mundi, and it's no longer believed to be by Leonardo. But it was believed to be by Leonardo in the nineteenth century and on the back of it. There is the on the back it so wouldn't panel this the stamp or emblem of Charles I and therefore the references in the Royal inventories may. They refer to the Moscow pitcher and not to what we now. Call the ABA Darby pitcher. That's why because there's this reference to a piece of Christ isn't there in the in the role inventories which were made when chose the I was executing. There was the come. We'll say exactly Christie's obviously seized upon that say that's Archer which was selling. And obviously the cashier that being a role collection added to its value. So what what are the implications of this information? Well, I think the experts of fairly universally. Agreed. It is indeed a Leonardo. I mean, the Ressam question about the exam proportion of the work. That's by the masters handle the studio. So I don't think there's very much serious question about the tribunal. But the is serious questions all the are serious questions about the provenance and where it came from. And it is interesting and important to establish that and all sorts of theories flying around as to exactly how it ended up. In the nineteenth century in collection. And then, of course, we know little bit more about disappearing to America and turn up in an auction in New Orleans where it sold for a pittance. There's this other question, which is that is now in the collection of a museum. The Louvre Debbie soom. So what we assume? And yet it has not gone on display, and there have been announcements made which I think it was in September said it. It's been delayed its appearance. So there was speculation that it might be put on view on the anniversary of the opening date of the leave every Dahbi, but that doesn't seem to have happened. What's going on? Well, I think this is one of the mysteries essentially going to take over next year rather than the past year that we're reviewing, but it is most bizarre that the picture was virtually mcquaid by Darby, and then not put on display and they've made no announcement as to what is happening or or or when it will go on show. I mean, we can speculate speculation isn't very useful. But there's obviously possibly a legal problem over ownership possibly possibly some problem over payment. But there's no indication of either of those things some people have suggested that. The painting might need further conservation work on it. But if so you'd expect them to be quite open and to say, you know, we're doing conservation work doing x and y to it, and it will go on display in the spring order and the final question is is you know, other questions of attribution about it. And they haven't really been seriously raised, but it is most mysterious, and I think we'll just have to wait and see what happens or else, maybe the art newspaper do some digging. You're in touch with auction houses time, what Christie said anything about it. Then not saying I think official, but I my understanding is the sale has gone through Christie's has been paid which when it sold for four hundred fifty point three million dollars is quite an important thing to have happened. But I can't prove that other people in the market say could, you know, the the issue could simply be that these things take time, but I agree with Martin. If that is the case, then why not be open about it. We're not even sure where it is. That's the big question. I mean, the being rumors that might be in Switzerland. And we're hoping that it was being kept in the proper environmental conditions next year is going to be something of a loner though extravaganza because it's the five hundred anniversary of his death. Martin. Do you think some occasion will be found in twenty nineteen on which we will finally see this tool Mundi in? Space whether a lot of exhibitions organized for the anniversary. But the most important will be that organized by the Louvre. Which of course, ends the Mona Lisa among other pitches. And it's known that they want to borrow the Salvator Mundi. And there's no reason why they shouldn't have access to it as it supposedly live Abreu Dombi. So they're going to want the pitcher. And if they show the painting, it will actually give more status to it. It will show that it's been accepted by the French experts. If it doesn't show up in Paris, and I think the show is next autumn. There will be even more questions than we're all skiing. Now watch this space there mainly oversee that was an extraordinary price. How has the market responded in two thousand eighteen and we seeing similar extraordinary process rather things we haven't seen anything like