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David Yakerson

Lot 19588: Portrait of David Yakerson (the Artist's Husband) By Yelena Kabischer

Hammersite

December 15, 2015
Tel Aviv, Israel

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Description

Description


Technique
Oil on canvas

Date Created
Early 1920's

Dimensions
85 x 61 cm

Provenance
Private Collection, Jerusalem

Condition
Consistent with age

Biography
Born in 1903 in Vitebsk, died in 1990, painter and graphic artist, enrolled in Pen's School in 1917 and then the Vitebsk Higher School of Art. She combined Pen's classes with work at the Malevich studio. She married David Yakerson in 1921. At that same year she moved to Moscow with him. She studied under Robert Falk and V. Rozhdestvensky at the Vkhutemas in Moscow, from 1921 to 1924 and exhibited her works from 1927.

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12. This document is a translation of the Hebrew "Conditions of Sale" document, prepared for convenience only. In the case of any discrepancy, the Hebrew will prevail.

Payment

Payment methods:
a. Payment by Check- The Auctioneer reserves the right to hold purchases until checks have cleared.
b. Payment by Cash- Payments will be accepted if they are made in US dollars or New Israeli Shekels.
c. Payment by Credit card- The Auctioneer will accept credit card payment for purchases by Visa or Master Card only. However a charge of 3% of the total purchase price (hammer, buyer's premium and V.A.T.) will be added to the total sum.

Shipping

If a customer does not have someone who can pick and item up on their behalf in Israel, Hammersite can assist with shipment.

For shipments abroad, the customer should provide Hammersite with a valid shipping account from an international shipping company such as FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.
Shipment via these companies takes approximately 2-4 working days, and cost depends on the size, weight and destination of the package. Insurance bears an additional cost, depending on the shipping company, or can be arranged by the customer via an external insurance company.

Packaging - An outside professional packaging company hired by Hammersite provides packaging. The company provides cardboard box or wooden crate packaging that is ordered by Hammersite at the customer's request. Prices for packaging depend of course on the size and weight of the item.
Alternatively, Hammersite can hold items for customers for the duration of two weeks, unless other arrangements have been made with Hammersite. If customers prefer to arrange shipment themselves Hammersite will be happy to provide assistance

Preimuim

A buyer's premium will be added to the hammer price, together with VAT or sales tax if applicable.
A buyer's premium will be added to the hammer price and is payable by the buyer as part of the purchase price. The buyer's premium is 19% flat.

Tax

VAT (value added tax) will be added to the buyer's premium. Any lot purchased by a foreign citizen, paid for in foreign currency and sent directly abroad via a shipping company with correct export documentation is Israeli V.A.T. exempt.

Condition Report

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