15 October 2020
Man with a Slain Dog, signed with the initials and dated 1976–1989.
Acrylic on panel, 116 by 66 cm.
Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist's son by the present owner.
Important private collection, USA.
Authenticity of the work has been confirmed by the artist.
Exhibited: Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde , itinerant: Pasadena (Art Center College of Design, Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery), Oxford OH (University Art Museum), St. Petersburg (The State Russian Museum), Moscow (The State Tretiakov Gallery), Chestnut Hill (McMullen Museum of Art. Boston College), Greenwich CT (Bruce Museum of Art and Science), Gainesvill FL (Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art), Lamarie WY (Art Museum, University of Wyoming), St. Peter MN (Hillstrom Museum of Art. Gustavus Adolphus college), 1998–2008.
Literature: M. Shashkina, D. Zhilinski. Mastera Sovetskogo Iskusstva, Moscow, Sovetsky Khudozhnik, 1989, p. 3, illustrated.
Exhibition catalogue, Forbidden Art. The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde Artists, Distributed Art Publishers, New York, 1998, p. 14, illustrated.
Related literature: For a similar work, see Dimitry Zhilinsky: peintures et dessins, Paris, Galerie Claude Bernard, 1987, p. 71, illustrated.
The present lot as illustrated in the Exhibition catalogue
The artist's letter confirming authenticity
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