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November 2025, 2021
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LOT 131

Lot 131

Alexei Bazanov (b.1959)

Alexei Bazanov (b.1959)
Lot 131 Details
Alexei Bazanov (b.1959), Russian

THREE GRACES, 2004

Oil on canvas; signed with cyrillic initials lower right, signed and titled in cyrillics in black marker verso
24 ins x 30.3 ins; 61 cms x 77 cms

Estimate $1,000-$1,500

Realised: $2,400
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Alexei Bazanov (b.1959)
  • Alexei Bazanov (b.1959)
  • Alexei Bazanov (b.1959)
  • Alexei Bazanov (b.1959)
Provenance:

Private Collection, Ontario

Note:

Bazanov was born in the city of Saratov, Russia in 1959. He studied fine art at the College of Fine Art in the city of Saratov. Upon graduating, he entered the Academy of Fine Art, Sculpture and Architecture in St. Petersburg. Here, Bazanov studied under the well-known Russian artist Professor A. Milnikov. From 1987–1991, Bazanov created a number of mosaic murals for the Union Palace and the Literary Café in St. Petersburg as well as for restaurants in the city of Zelenogorsk. In 1993 he was commissioned to work on an installation of mosaics for the new subway station Staraya Derevnya in St. Petersburg.

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