YAKOVLEV Evgenievich Alexander


YAKOVLEV Evgenievich Alexander

Alexander Evgenievich Iacovleff (1887-1938), also spelt Alexandre Jacovleff , Yakovlev, Iakovlev or Iacovlev, in Cyrillic: Александр Евгеньевич Яковлев. Russian school.

Oil on canvas in an amazing carved wooden frame depicting a view of Beyik, famous mountain in Tajikistan next to the border with China.

Signed in Latin and dated Peyik 1931.

Beyik is located in the Sarikol Range of the Pamirs mountains in Central Asia at the junction of the Himalayas and Hindu Raj ranges. They are among the world’s highest mountains.

Iacovleff probably made this painting in July or August 1931  during  his Yellow Cruise 'La Croisière jaune' starting in April 1931 and ending in February 1932.

Provenance: Sandra Yakovlev, artist's sister, Paris, France

Acquired as a wedding gift from the above by the prior owner. Sandra Yakovlev was an Opera voice teacher and the prior owner was one of her students.

This painting will be included in the forthcoming Alexander Yakovlev Catalogue raisonné being prepared by Caroline Haardt de La Baume.

A certificate of authenticity can be delivered by Caroline Haardt de La Baume if needed.

Similar artwork sold at auction: Same subject, Same dimensions, Same provenance and Same authentication but Not signed, Not dated and Not titled.

Price : Upon Request

Materials / Techniques: Oil on Canvas laid on board

Condition: The painting was laid on board when we acquired it. The canvas has been taken off the board and stretched on a wooden frame. Some minor marks on canvas and on the frame.

Measurements: H.11"7/8 x W.23"5/8 ( 30 x 60 cm ) Canvas only
H.20" x W.32"1/2 with the frame.

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