ARTIST:

Vladimir Nemukhin

Vladimir Nemukhin
COMPOSITION, 1961
Canvas, oil
130x80

Vladimir Nemukhin
COMPOSITION, 1962
Canvas, oil
52,7x39,5

Vladimir Nemukhin
ABSTRACTION, 1962
Canvas, oil, mixed media
95x47

Vladimir Nemukhin
COMPOSITION,
Canvas, oil
70x50

Vladimir Nemukhin
PROFERANCE V POLOVINE CHETVERTOGO, 1966
Canvas, oil
61x90

Vladimir Nemukhin
PLAYING TABLE, 1961/1962
Canvas, oil, collage
96x108,6

Vladimir Nemukhin
SOIREE EVENING, 1974
Canvas, oil
100x100

Vladimir Nemukhin
PLAYING TABLE, 1974
Canvas, mixed media
100x80

Vladimir Nemukhin
SOIREE, 1978
Canvas, oil
101x101

Vladimir Nemukhin
THE EVENING, 1981
Canvas, mixed media
80x72

Vladimir Nemukhin
MEMORIES OF LIANOZOVO, 1989
Canvas, mixed media
72x80

Vladimir Nemukhin
MOSCOW-LIANOZOVO, 1988
Paper, mixed media
77x70

Vladimir Nemukhin
STILL LIFE WITH NEWSPAPER RUSSKAIA MYSL, 1992
Paper, mixed media
80x60

Vladimir Nemukhin
DAMA, SEMERKA, TYZ, 1988
Canvas, oil
100x100

Vladimir Nemukhin
DOMIC, 1988
Paper, mixed media
50x48

Vladimir Nemukhin
PLAYING СARDS, 1988
Paper, mixed media
45x45

Vladimir Nemukhin
ELEPHANT, 1988
Paper, mixed media
56x40

Vladimir Nemukhin
PIKA, 1988
Paper, mixed media
50x42

Vladimir Nemukhin
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF KAZEMIR MALEVICH, 1992
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
PLANE, 1993
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
JACK DIAMOND, 1993
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
SUPER ELEPHANT, 1993
Plate, Porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
TUZ, 1996
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
BUBNA, 1997
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
RED AND BLACK, 1997
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
19ХХ, 1995
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF ALEXEI YAVLENSKY, 1992
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

Vladimir Nemukhin
UNTITLED SCULPTURE, 1988
Bronze

Vladimir Nemukhin
HOMMAGE A PAUL CEZANNE,
Bronze with patina
27,6x27,6

Vladimir Nemukhin
1+1, 1993
Plate, porcelain
31,8x31,8

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