Liubov Popova - Architectronic Composition

Liubov Popova
(1889 - 1924)

Architectronic Composition (1918)

Oil on board, 50 x 44.5 cm
Numbered N. 58, 119 and dated 1918 on reverse
There is an oil sketch of a suprematist composition also in verso.

Provenance
Pavel Popov, Moscow
George Costakis, Moscow
Constantinides, Stockholm
Grosvenor Gallery, London (1967)
Roald Dahl, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire
Thence by descent

Exhibited
1967 London, Grosvenor Gallery, ‘Aspects of Russian Experimental Art 1900-1925’. No. 74
1968 Buffalo, Albright Knox Art Gallery, Second Arts Festival
1978 London, Tate Gallery, ‘Liberated Colour and Form’, No. 49
1978 Edinburgh, National Gallery of Scotland, ‘Liberated Colour and Form’, No. 49
1980 Los Angeles, Museum of Art, ‘The Avant Garde in Russia 1910-1930’ No. 248
1980 Washington, Hirshorn Museum, ‘The Avant Garde in Russia 1910-1930’ No. 248
1983 London, Annely Juda, ‘The First Russian Show. A commemoration’ No. 52
1985 London, Annely Juda, ’25 years of Annely Juda. Masterpieces Avant garde’. No. 40
1986 Frankfurt Staedelsches Dunstininstitutes, ‘Raumkonzepte’
1990 Seattle, Henry Art Gallery, ‘Art into Life. Russian Constructivism 1914-1930’.
1990 Minneapolis, Walker Art Gallery, ‘Art into Life. Russian Constructivism 1914-1930’.
1991 New York, Museum of Modern Art, ‘Liubov Popova’, No. 76 (illustrated)
1991 Cologne, Ludwig Museum, ‘Liubov Popova’, No. 76 (illustrated)