Russian and Soviet Fine Art Gallery of the XX Century
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Altman, N.I.
ALTMAN, NATAN (NATHAN) ISAEVICH (1889 - 1970)

Works

1half XX centuries. Paper, mixed technics. 30 х 30 cm
2nd Half 20th Century. Paper, pencil. 21 х 25 cm within frame

Other Sites

Museums, Libraries & Archives
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Altman Nathan in the State Museum of Contemporary Art (Thessaloniki, Greece) [from The Costakis Collection consists of 1275 works] // www.greekstatemuseum.com  
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The Art Institute of Chicago (USA) // www.artic.edu  
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Gallica, bibliothéque numérique / Bibliothéque nationale de France (BnF, Paris) // www.bnf.fr  
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Nathan Altman. Portrait of the artist Isaac Rabinovichplaying billiards (Russia, 1920 – 1929, from Altman-Shiogoleva, I.V.) // The Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art // The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) 
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Altman, Natan (1889 – 1970). Upcoming sale & archive of sold lots at Christie's // www.christies.com  
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Natan Isaevich Altman // Archive of sold lots at Sotheby's // www.sothebys.com  
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Nathan Altman. Riding in the Kibitka for The Nose by N. Gogol. Oil, pencil and black ink on paper, 24 by 18.5 cm. // MacDougall Auctions, 2 – 3 December 2009, lot 383, estimate 10,000 – 15,000 GBP (fomer in collection Lothar Bolz; literature: W. Schmidt, Russische Graphik. Leipzig.1967) // www.macdougallauction.com  
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Nathan Altman.Winter Scene, c. 1907 – 1908. Pencil and pastel on brown paper, laid oncardboard, 45 by 50 cm. // MacDougall Auctions, December 2010, lot 79, estimate40,000 – 60,000 GBP. Provenance: Collection of Isaak Angenitski (1888 – 1968, Kiev) // www.macdougallauction.com  
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Natan Isaevich Altman (Russian, 1889 – 1970). Still life with Bottle, Knife and Pear. 1919. Signed in Cyrillic and dated 19 (lr). Oil on canvas, 25 9/16 x 17 3/4 inches (64.8 x 45 cm.) // William Doyle Galleries Auction (NY), November 30, 2005, Lot 40, Sold for $57,000. This work is accompanied by a Certificate of authenticity from Jean Chauvelin dated October 10, 2002 // www.doylenewyork.com  
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Brief History Of The Vitebsk Museum of Contemporary Art (1919 – 1922 – 1925) // The International Chamber of Russian Modernism (InCoRM) (Paris) // www.incorm.eu   
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Russian Art and Books (San Diego, CA, USA) // www.russianartandbooks.com  
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Katia Baudin. Der Kubofuturismus und der Aufbruch der Moderne in Russland // Museum Ludwig // www.wienand-koeln.de  
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The Contemporary Jewwish Museum presents – Chagall And The Artists Of The Russian Jewish Theater, 1919 – 1949 by Seán Martinfield. April, 2009 // www.sanfranciscosentinel.com  
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Database: Nathan Altman / The Athenaeum // www.the-athenaeum.org

Bibliography

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Altmann, N. Gemälde: 1. Rußland (Polychromischer Gegenstand). 2. Petrokommuna. 3. Malerei; Aquarelle, zeichnungen, holz- und linoleum-schnitte, kupferdrucke, plakate, architektur- und theater-entwürfe: 238. Baum. 239. 8 Blatt Lenin. 240. 1 Blatt Kreml. 241. Buchumschlag. 242. Jubiläumsbriefmarken. 243 – 245. Titelblatt. 246. Stempel. 247. 9 Blatt «Jüdische Graphik». 248. Der materielle Teil der Aufführun Uriel Acosta. 249. 4 Blatt Kostümstudien. 250. Kohle. 251. Lack; Sculpturen: 537. Kopf eines jungen Juden // A. Holitscher, Dr. Redslob, David Shterenberg (die vorworte). Erste Russische Kunstausstellung. Berlin 1922. Galerie Van Diemen & Co. Gemalde neuer meister. Unter den Linden 21. [Verzeichnis]. Verlag: Internationale Arbeiterhilfe. Berlin W8, Unter den Linden 11. 1922 (Einband, ill.) 
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Abram Efros. Portrait of Nathan Altman. Moscow, Shipovnik, 1922 (in Russian) 
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Маx Osborn. Nathan Altmann Judische Graphik. [Petrograd], Petropolis, 1923 (Макс Осборн. Еврейская графика Натана Альтмана. [Альбом факсимильных репродукций. Пг.], 1923 
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Altmann Nathan. №1. Ritratto d`una fanciulla. №№ 2 – 5. Natura morta. №6. Petro commune / Padiglione dell` U. R. S. S. Supplemento al catalogo ufficiale illustrato // XIV`a Esposizione Internazionale d`Arte Della Citta di Venezia. 1924. Catalogo. Quarta edizione. Venezia. MCMXXIV. P.7 
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[Der 4] Internationale buchkunst austellung. Amtlicher catalog. Leipzig, Insel-Verlag, 1927 (Umschlag, titelblatt, Ill.: Andrei Gontscharoff; D.P. Sterenberg; Wladimir Favorskij; Alexander Tychler; El Lissitzky; Jouri Pimianow; Nicolaus Piskarew; Pierre Noury; Karl Walser; Maurice Utrillo; Eugen Spiro; Marcus Collin; Th. Kittelsen; Anselmo Bucci; Zygmut Kaminski; Wladyslaw Skoczylas; Antonello Moroni; Frans Masereel; Fernand Siméon; André Lhote; Richard Seewald; Hedwig Kruse; Jan Toorop; André Dunoyer de Ségonzac; J.L. Laboureur; Jean Cocteau; E.R. Wei?; Jozef Cantré; Frans Masereel; Ludwig von Hofmann; Leopold Graf von Kalckreuth; Alfred Kubin; Emil Orlik; Käthe Kollwitz; Jules Perrichon; Raymond Thiollière; Bruno Bramanti; A. De Carolis; Fröydis Haavardsholm; Ervin Lang; Zygmunt Kaminski; Ludwig Kozma; Walter Klemm; Percy Smith; G.A. Mathéy) (Liste der Künstler)  
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Christian Brinton (foreword),  P. Novitsky (introduction). Exhibition of contemporary art of Soviet Russia: painting, graphic, sculpture. Grand Central Palace, New York, February, 1929. [New York], Amtorg Trading Corporation, 1929 
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Expositiond’un groupe russe / Préface de Maximilien Gautier. Galerie Zak, PlaceSaint-Germain-des-Prês, Paris. Du 3 au 16 Janvier [1930]. [Catalogue] 
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Catalogue du Salon International du Livre d'Art, Sections Étrangères. Petit Palais des Beaux-Arts de la ville de Paris, 20 mai – 15 août 1931. Préface d'André Suarès, présentation de Clément-Janin. Paris, 5 000 exemplaires, 1931 
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Ayme M. (auteur), Altman N. (images). Le Mauvais jars. Paris, Librairie Gallimard, 1935Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker, Dmitri Horbachov, Jean-Claude Marcadé, Jewgenja Petrowa (autoren). Avantgarde & Ukraine. [Villa Stuck München, 6.05 – 11.07.1993. Ausstellungskatalog. München, Klinkhardt und Biermann, 1993] (Deutsch, Engl.) (Umschlag: Kasimir Malewitsch. Frauentorso; Umschlagrückseite: Wladimir Baranow-Rossiné. Konterrelief) (link)  
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А. Shatskikh. Jewish Artists in Russian Avant-Garde // Russian Jewish Artists in a Century of Change 1890 –1990. The Jewish Museum, New York, 21 September 1995 – 28 January 1996. Munich –New York: Prestel Verlag, 1995, P.71 – 80 
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Н. Попова (вст. ст.). Анна Ахматова и её современники: На фоне Петербурга – Ленинграда. Альбом избранных произведений графики Музея Анны Ахматовой в Фонтанном Доме [СПб.]. М., ООО «МТН клуб»; тип. ОАО «Иван Фёдоров», 191119, СПб., ул. Звенигородская, 11; 3 000 экз., 2003 (рус., анг.) (Anna Akhmatova and Her Contemporaries: Against the Background of Petersburg – Leningrad. An Album of Selected Works of Graphic Art from the Museum of Anna Akhmatova in the Fountain House [in the St Petersburg]. Introduction by Nina Popova. Moscow, 2003) (rus., eng.) 
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Burini, S. La partecipazione degli artisti russi e sovietici all’Esposizione Internazionale d’arte della città di Venezia dal 1895 al 1945. [2010] 
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