Lot 92: A RUSSIAN WATERCOLOR OF A BRIDGE SCENE BY BOIM, 1950
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SOLOMON BOIM (RUSSIAN 1899-1978), A Bridge Scene 1950, watercolor on paper, 12 x 16 in (31 x 40 cm), initialed lower left, signed and dated on verso.
Solomon Boim is known mostly for his works in graphic techniques: watercolor, gouache, drawing, engraving, and posters (Agitplakat). From 1926 on he participated in hundreds of exhibitions at home and abroad. Boim studied at Vkhutemas (the famous school of Russian Avant-garde art which later became Vkhutein) from 1922 through 1929, under such prominent Russian artists as Nikolay Kupreyanov and Piotr Lvov.