DescriptionGRIGORI TSEITLIN (Russian, 1911-1997)
Portrait of a Student, 1954
Oil on canvas
33 x 29 inches (83.8 x 73.7 cm)
Signed upper right in Cyrillic and dated: 1954
Inscribed verso in Cyrillic
Grigori Tseitlin, one of the foremost and most sought-after portraitists of the post-war Soviet Era is represented in the collections of the Tretyakov Gallery; the State Russian Museum, the Kemerovo Art Museum; the Voronezh Art Museum; the Bakhrushin Central Theatre museum in Moscow; the Odessa Picture Gallery; the Krasnodar picture Gallery; the Serpukhov Art Museum; the Kharkov Art Museum; the Tambov Picture Gallery; the Kazan Museum of Fine Arts.
Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000.
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