Lot 140: A RUSSIAN LANDSCAPE DRAWING BY TROSHIN, 1930
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NIKOLAI TROSHIN (RUSSIAN 1897-1990), Village Landscape, 1930, gouache on paper, 17 1/2 x 25 cm, ( 44 x 64 cm), signed and dated lower right.
Nikolai Troshin was an important painter, theater director, poster designer, and Chief Artist and designer for influential avant-garde journals such as USSR under Construction. Having studied at Penza Art Institute under Ivan Goryushkin-Sorokopudov and N. Petrov from 1913-1918, Troshin later moved to Moscow where he studied with Ilya Mashkov from 1918-1920. He actively exhibited since 1918, and personal exhibitions of Troshin`s works were held in Moscow and other cities in Russia through the time of his passing. Troshin`s paintings can be found in the permanent collections of the Tretyakov Museum, State Russian Museum, and many other museums in Russia