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    Girv A. A, Still Life with a Bat Game, 1913, Oil on Canvas

    Girv A. A, Still Life with a Bat Game, 1913, Oil on Canvas

    $25,300 (approx conversion from €24625)

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    Girv Alfred Alexandrovich (1880-1918). "Still Life with Bat Game" 1913. On a thick stone tabletop with a well-known tragedy, as if on a cracked gravestone, there are presented: a goblet, beaten game and fruits in a basket. Hanging "tongues" of guinea fowl, drake and grapes form an almost heraldic symmetry and form a compositional and semantic knot. Death: Her and His, innocent lives, lovers, family; mourned by the sacrificial blood of grapes. In the basket - the nest, the source of every life, in the apple, and the unripe green of the grapes - the pace of just begun life. But for that person only the glory and vanity of the cup. For him it is joy and fullness of life - a trophy so indifferent to losses. Unframed size: 52/70 cm less


    Origin : Russia
    Materials : Canvas
    Condition : Unknown, Some Imperfections

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    Additional Information

    Code

    AB-109309

    Dimensions

    W: 36.2cm  (14.3")H: 36.2cm  (14.3")D: 29.1cm  (11.5")

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    ANTIQON

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