TEFAF in Maastricht, hosted Ukrainian art specialist James Butterwick’s show “Oleksandr Bohomazov Ukrainian Renaissance.” Bohomazov’s prominence underlined the trend for under-appreciated Ukrainian Modernists to take a central, not peripheral, place in the narrative of European modern art.
Delighted to share with you the online catalogue for the upcoming TEFAF Maastricht exhibition. Explore the catalogue online and visit us on 25 – 30 June 2022 at Stand 709
An art dealer in early 20th-century Ukrainian art, James Butterwick shares his journey towards this specialism and his passion for one artist in particular: the Ukrainian avant-garde painter and theorist Oleksandr Bohomazov (1880-1930). Follow the link to watch the whole video.
In the light of the current events we are relaunching our online exhibition “Three Ukrainian Artists”. Ukrainian Contemporary Art, unencumbered by censorship or restrictions, is enjoying a local revival as artists reveal a talent worthy of a broader stage.
James Butterwick began collecting and selling Ukrainian and Russian art in 1985, and has since established himself as one of the world’s leading experts in the field. During the 1990s he lived in Moscow, becoming the only foreign member of the Russian Society of Private Collectors. Now based in the UK, James assembles collections, takes part in museum exhibitions and art fairs, and delivers lectures on Russian art across the UK and globally.
We are a private, by-invitation-only gallery situated in the heart of Mayfair with a stock of pictures by late-19th, early-20th century Ukrainian artists - we also provide a full authentication service of any work of the Avant-Garde. In addition, we sell items by Eastern and Western Masters and Soviet non-conformists.