Festival de Musique de Chambre, Menton, 1966

Regular price £300.00 GBP
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Printer: Mourlot

Dimensions: 68 x 51 cm

Condition: Very good 

Available: Currently unframed £300 + P&P. Available framed, at request, from £400 + P&P.

Artist: Constantin (Kostia) Terechkovitch (1902-1978) was a Russian painter. He was born near Moscow and initially studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architechture in 1917 but had to flee the country during the Russian Revolution. He went to Paris and enrolled at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière and moved into a Russian community in Montparnasse and met Mikhail Larionov and Soutine. He was influenced by Bonnard and associated with a group of artists incuding Roland Oudot, Maurice Brianchon, André Planson and Jules Cavaillès. As well as painting colourful landscapes, towns and portraits, he worked on the sets and costumes for a ballet in Monte-Carlo in 1933 where he met his wife. After the Second World War, his interests extended to sport and horses, owning his own racing yard. He died in Monaco in 1978.

Printer: Mourlot

Dimensions: 68 x 51 cm

Condition: Very good 

Available: Currently unframed £300 + P&P. Available framed, at request, from £400 + P&P.

Artist: Constantin (Kostia) Terechkovitch (1902-1978) was a Russian painter. He was born near Moscow and initially studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architechture in 1917 but had to flee the country during the Russian Revolution. He went to Paris and enrolled at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière and moved into a Russian community in Montparnasse and met Mikhail Larionov and Soutine. He was influenced by Bonnard and associated with a group of artists incuding Roland Oudot, Maurice Brianchon, André Planson and Jules Cavaillès. As well as painting colourful landscapes, towns and portraits, he worked on the sets and costumes for a ballet in Monte-Carlo in 1933 where he met his wife. After the Second World War, his interests extended to sport and horses, owning his own racing yard. He died in Monaco in 1978.