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  • Xinaliq (Kınalık) 38*32

    Maral Rahmanzade Was Born On July 23, 1916 In The Mardakan Township Near Baku, Azerbaijan. From 1930 To 1933 She Studied At The Azerbaijan State Technical School Of Arts And From 1934 To 1940 She Continued Her Education At The Moscow State Institute Of Arts. Her Most Productive Area Was Within Graphic Arts, Particularly In Lithography And Coloured Linoprints. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Paintings Of Patriotic Content During The Great Patriotic War. One Of The Series Is Dedicated To The Soviet Women During The Wartime, Including "People's Volunteer Corps", "Women In The Ranks", "Partisan's Daughter", And "Radio Operator". Other Series, Consisting Of 19 Prints, Were Dedicated To The Work Of People And The Home Front: “Work On The Farm”, “Social Activists”, And “The Artists Performing For The Front-Line Soldiers”. Women Working At Machines In Factories Are Depicted In “Wives Substitute Husbands”. These Paintings Were Made In Black Watercolors With Accents In Coal. In 1940s, Rahmanzade Illustrated Belles-Lettres. In 1945, She Illustrated The Books “Dehname” By Khatai And "The Land Of Fires" By Zohrabbeyov. More Successfully, She Worked On Poetic Images Of Women In "Dehname". Rahmanzade Depicted The Poet Khatai, The Author Of The Book, In Two Illustrations: One Of Them A Portrait In Profile And The Other The Poet With A Pen In Hand In A Night Atmosphere. Rahmanzade Portrayed Circumstances, Landscape, Architecture, And Costumes In Numerous Illustrations For The Novel “The Land Of Fires”. Riders Were Portrayed In The First Illustration On The Left Side Of A Print. A Pictorial Panorama Of A Bay And A Mysterious Tower To Which Landlady They Were Going Opened In Front Of Their Eyes.[Clarification Needed] During These Years Maral Rahmanzade Created Illustrations For Jafar Jabbarly's "Maiden Tower" And "Gulzar" Works. In The Post-War Period Rahmanzade Intensively Worked In The Sphere Of Paintings. In 1947, The Series Of "Petroleum" Autolithography Consisting Of 10 Paintings Showing The History Of Petroleum Land Was Exhibited For The First Time. The Series Began With "Fire Worshippers", A Composition Representing Worship Of Eternal Fire. Other Paintings In These Series Are "A New Enterprise", "On The Oil Rig", "Jack-Pump", And "Fountain Hammered To A Pipe". In 1948, Maral Rahmanzade Finished A Series Entitled "Socialistic Baku", Consisting Of 10 Paintings. It Included Industrial And Urban Landscapes, And Also Such Compositions As "Shift Of A Vigil", "Day Of A Vigil", And "In Construction Of A New House". Journeys To An Area Known As The Oil Rocks Were Productive For The Artist. Maral Rahmanzade Was The First Artist Who Went To Work At The Oil Rocks. Being Among Oilmen, Overseeing Their Working Days, And Their Everyday Life, She Painted Field Landscapes Of The Caspian Sea, Construction Of Scaffold Bridges, Oil Tanks, Towers, And The Pouring Of Oil. On An Exhibition She Presented Drawings And Watercolor Paintings, Portraying More Typical Episodes Of The Working Life Of Oilmen On The Caspian Sea. Besides The Citizens Of Baku, Workers From The Oil Rocks Also Saw These Paintings, As They Were Dedicated To Them. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Autolithographs Called "Here In The Caspian Sea". An Album, Consisting Of 15 Colourful Lithographs From These Series Was Published In Moscow. Verticals Of Towers, Steel Scaffold Bridges, And The Shining Mirror-Like Surface Of The Sea Were Portrayed In Her "In The Open Sea" Lithograph. The Artist Portrayed The Hard Life Of Workers And The Distinctive Life Of Oilmen In Her Paintings "On-Duty Boat", "The Food Is Brought", And "To A Storm-Zone". These Series Of Lithographs Brought Broad Fame To Rahmanzade And Were Exhibited In The All-Union And Foreign Exhibitions.

    Rahmanzade Is The Eldest Sister Of Sculptor And Honouree Of The Academy Of Arts Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, Vagif Rakhmanov. She Is The Aunt Of Acclaimed Canadian Singer-Songwriter And Visual Artist Deniz Reno (Aka Deniz Rakhmanova),[2] Kazakh-German Painter Nargis Rakhmanova-Dressler [3] And Kazakh Artisan Aigul Rakhmanova.

    [4]

    In 1950, Rahmanzade Illustrated A Two-Volume Poem Collection By Jafar Jabbarly. She Created A Number Of Prints, Portraying The Characters From His Plays "Sevil", "Almaz", And "Withered Flowers." Mirza Fatali Akhundov's Historical Play "Aldanmish Kevakib" ("Deceived Stars") Was Published The Same Year And Featured Rahmanzade's Work. She Also Illustrated Translated Publications Including "Eugene Onegin" By Alexander Pushkin And "A Hero Of Our Time" By Mikhail Lermontov. At The End Of The 1950s She Created A Series Of Colorful Autholithographs Called "Baku". Urban Parks And Squares And Panoramas Of Marine Oil Fields Are Portrayed In These Prints. The "Baku" Series Was In The Exhibition Dedicated To A Decade Of Azerbaijani Literature And Arts In 1959, In Moscow. At That Time Rahmanzade Worked On Autolithographs Dedicated To Czechoslovakia, Among Which Were Such Landscapes As "A Winter Day Of Karlovy Vary", "A Street In Cheb City", "Central Square Of Cheb City", "Richmond Sanatorium" And Others. Lithographs From The Czechoslovakia Series Were Exhibited In The Republican Exhibition "The World Through The Eyes Of Azerbaijani Artists" In 1961, And Also In A Group Exhibition Dedicated To Czechoslovakia In Moscow.[5]

    In Subsequent Years, Rahmanzade Worked In The Technique Of Linocut. Her First Pieces Were Dedicated To The Giant Factories Of Two Young Cities, Sumqayit And Rustavi. Each Consists Of Six Industrial And Urban Landscapes And Two Portraits Portraying Front-Line Workers. In 1960s, The Artist Visited A Number Of Remote Regions Of Azerbaijan. A New Series Of Colored Linocuts Was The Result Of These Visits: “My Motherland” And “Azerbaijan”. Many Of These Paintings Were Dedicated To Nakhchivan. Plough Land, Furrow Lines Leading To The River, And A Village Stretched Across The River Were Portrayed In One Of These Landscapes. In Another Linocut The Artist Depicted A New Road In The Mountains: A High-Voltage Power Line And A Highway Against The Backdrop Of Beautiful Rocks. A Landscape Of Khinalig Village In Northern Azerbaijan Was Also Depicted In These Series Besides The Landscapes Of Nakhchivan. In This Remote Village, Surrounded By Cliffs, With Houses On The Top Of The Mountain, As If They Had Been Built On Top Of Each Other. The Artist Studied The Daily Lives Of The Residents Of Khnialig And Painted Them With Watercolors. In These Linocuts The Artist Portrayed Landscapes Of The Village, Mountains Eternally Covered With Snow, Steep Cliffs, Simple Buildings, And Residents In National Costumes. In 1956, Mammed Said Ordubadi's Historical Novel "A Sword And Pen", Illustrated By Rahmanzade, Was Published In Baku. In 1963, She Illustrated Academic Publications For "Azerbaijani Fairytales".

    The National Museum Of Art Of Azerbaijan Held An Exhibition Of Rahmanzade's Paintings, Lithographs, Lino-Prints, Drawings And Book Illustrations In November 2016.[6]

    Q Gallery, Next To The Maiden Tower In Qulle 6, Baku, Azerbaijan, Has Examples Of Maral Rahmanzadeh's Paintings, Drawings, Lino-Prints And Lithographs.

    ART0067

    4,500.00 USD

    MARAL RAHMANZADE Xinaliq (Kınalık) 41*28

    Maral Rahmanzade Was Born On July 23, 1916 In The Mardakan Township Near Baku, Azerbaijan. From 1930 To 1933 She Studied At The Azerbaijan State Technical School Of Arts And From 1934 To 1940 She Continued Her Education At The Moscow State Institute Of Arts. Her Most Productive Area Was Within Graphic Arts, Particularly In Lithography And Coloured Linoprints. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Paintings Of Patriotic Content During The Great Patriotic War. One Of The Series Is Dedicated To The Soviet Women During The Wartime, Including "People's Volunteer Corps", "Women In The Ranks", "Partisan's Daughter", And "Radio Operator". Other Series, Consisting Of 19 Prints, Were Dedicated To The Work Of People And The Home Front: “Work On The Farm”, “Social Activists”, And “The Artists Performing For The Front-Line Soldiers”. Women Working At Machines In Factories Are Depicted In “Wives Substitute Husbands”. These Paintings Were Made In Black Watercolors With Accents In Coal. In 1940s, Rahmanzade Illustrated Belles-Lettres. In 1945, She Illustrated The Books “Dehname” By Khatai And "The Land Of Fires" By Zohrabbeyov. More Successfully, She Worked On Poetic Images Of Women In "Dehname". Rahmanzade Depicted The Poet Khatai, The Author Of The Book, In Two Illustrations: One Of Them A Portrait In Profile And The Other The Poet With A Pen In Hand In A Night Atmosphere. Rahmanzade Portrayed Circumstances, Landscape, Architecture, And Costumes In Numerous Illustrations For The Novel “The Land Of Fires”. Riders Were Portrayed In The First Illustration On The Left Side Of A Print. A Pictorial Panorama Of A Bay And A Mysterious Tower To Which Landlady They Were Going Opened In Front Of Their Eyes.[Clarification Needed] During These Years Maral Rahmanzade Created Illustrations For Jafar Jabbarly's "Maiden Tower" And "Gulzar" Works. In The Post-War Period Rahmanzade Intensively Worked In The Sphere Of Paintings. In 1947, The Series Of "Petroleum" Autolithography Consisting Of 10 Paintings Showing The History Of Petroleum Land Was Exhibited For The First Time. The Series Began With "Fire Worshippers", A Composition Representing Worship Of Eternal Fire. Other Paintings In These Series Are "A New Enterprise", "On The Oil Rig", "Jack-Pump", And "Fountain Hammered To A Pipe". In 1948, Maral Rahmanzade Finished A Series Entitled "Socialistic Baku", Consisting Of 10 Paintings. It Included Industrial And Urban Landscapes, And Also Such Compositions As "Shift Of A Vigil", "Day Of A Vigil", And "In Construction Of A New House". Journeys To An Area Known As The Oil Rocks Were Productive For The Artist. Maral Rahmanzade Was The First Artist Who Went To Work At The Oil Rocks. Being Among Oilmen, Overseeing Their Working Days, And Their Everyday Life, She Painted Field Landscapes Of The Caspian Sea, Construction Of Scaffold Bridges, Oil Tanks, Towers, And The Pouring Of Oil. On An Exhibition She Presented Drawings And Watercolor Paintings, Portraying More Typical Episodes Of The Working Life Of Oilmen On The Caspian Sea. Besides The Citizens Of Baku, Workers From The Oil Rocks Also Saw These Paintings, As They Were Dedicated To Them. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Autolithographs Called "Here In The Caspian Sea". An Album, Consisting Of 15 Colourful Lithographs From These Series Was Published In Moscow. Verticals Of Towers, Steel Scaffold Bridges, And The Shining Mirror-Like Surface Of The Sea Were Portrayed In Her "In The Open Sea" Lithograph. The Artist Portrayed The Hard Life Of Workers And The Distinctive Life Of Oilmen In Her Paintings "On-Duty Boat", "The Food Is Brought", And "To A Storm-Zone". These Series Of Lithographs Brought Broad Fame To Rahmanzade And Were Exhibited In The All-Union And Foreign Exhibitions.

    Rahmanzade Is The Eldest Sister Of Sculptor And Honouree Of The Academy Of Arts Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, Vagif Rakhmanov. She Is The Aunt Of Acclaimed Canadian Singer-Songwriter And Visual Artist Deniz Reno (Aka Deniz Rakhmanova),[2] Kazakh-German Painter Nargis Rakhmanova-Dressler [3] And Kazakh Artisan Aigul Rakhmanova.

    [4]

    In 1950, Rahmanzade Illustrated A Two-Volume Poem Collection By Jafar Jabbarly. She Created A Number Of Prints, Portraying The Characters From His Plays "Sevil", "Almaz", And "Withered Flowers." Mirza Fatali Akhundov's Historical Play "Aldanmish Kevakib" ("Deceived Stars") Was Published The Same Year And Featured Rahmanzade's Work. She Also Illustrated Translated Publications Including "Eugene Onegin" By Alexander Pushkin And "A Hero Of Our Time" By Mikhail Lermontov. At The End Of The 1950s She Created A Series Of Colorful Autholithographs Called "Baku". Urban Parks And Squares And Panoramas Of Marine Oil Fields Are Portrayed In These Prints. The "Baku" Series Was In The Exhibition Dedicated To A Decade Of Azerbaijani Literature And Arts In 1959, In Moscow. At That Time Rahmanzade Worked On Autolithographs Dedicated To Czechoslovakia, Among Which Were Such Landscapes As "A Winter Day Of Karlovy Vary", "A Street In Cheb City", "Central Square Of Cheb City", "Richmond Sanatorium" And Others. Lithographs From The Czechoslovakia Series Were Exhibited In The Republican Exhibition "The World Through The Eyes Of Azerbaijani Artists" In 1961, And Also In A Group Exhibition Dedicated To Czechoslovakia In Moscow.[5]

    In Subsequent Years, Rahmanzade Worked In The Technique Of Linocut. Her First Pieces Were Dedicated To The Giant Factories Of Two Young Cities, Sumqayit And Rustavi. Each Consists Of Six Industrial And Urban Landscapes And Two Portraits Portraying Front-Line Workers. In 1960s, The Artist Visited A Number Of Remote Regions Of Azerbaijan. A New Series Of Colored Linocuts Was The Result Of These Visits: “My Motherland” And “Azerbaijan”. Many Of These Paintings Were Dedicated To Nakhchivan. Plough Land, Furrow Lines Leading To The River, And A Village Stretched Across The River Were Portrayed In One Of These Landscapes. In Another Linocut The Artist Depicted A New Road In The Mountains: A High-Voltage Power Line And A Highway Against The Backdrop Of Beautiful Rocks. A Landscape Of Khinalig Village In Northern Azerbaijan Was Also Depicted In These Series Besides The Landscapes Of Nakhchivan. In This Remote Village, Surrounded By Cliffs, With Houses On The Top Of The Mountain, As If They Had Been Built On Top Of Each Other. The Artist Studied The Daily Lives Of The Residents Of Khnialig And Painted Them With Watercolors. In These Linocuts The Artist Portrayed Landscapes Of The Village, Mountains Eternally Covered With Snow, Steep Cliffs, Simple Buildings, And Residents In National Costumes. In 1956, Mammed Said Ordubadi's Historical Novel "A Sword And Pen", Illustrated By Rahmanzade, Was Published In Baku. In 1963, She Illustrated Academic Publications For "Azerbaijani Fairytales".

    The National Museum Of Art Of Azerbaijan Held An Exhibition Of Rahmanzade's Paintings, Lithographs, Lino-Prints, Drawings And Book Illustrations In November 2016.[6]

    Q Gallery, Next To The Maiden Tower In Qulle 6, Baku, Azerbaijan, Has Examples Of Maral Rahmanzadeh's Paintings, Drawings, Lino-Prints And Lithographs.

    ART0069

    4,500.00 USD

    MARAL RAHMANZADE

    Maral Rahmanzade Was Born On July 23, 1916 In The Mardakan Township Near Baku, Azerbaijan. From 1930 To 1933 She Studied At The Azerbaijan State Technical School Of Arts And From 1934 To 1940 She Continued Her Education At The Moscow State Institute Of Arts. Her Most Productive Area Was Within Graphic Arts, Particularly In Lithography And Coloured Linoprints. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Paintings Of Patriotic Content During The Great Patriotic War. One Of The Series Is Dedicated To The Soviet Women During The Wartime, Including "People's Volunteer Corps", "Women In The Ranks", "Partisan's Daughter", And "Radio Operator". Other Series, Consisting Of 19 Prints, Were Dedicated To The Work Of People And The Home Front: “Work On The Farm”, “Social Activists”, And “The Artists Performing For The Front-Line Soldiers”. Women Working At Machines In Factories Are Depicted In “Wives Substitute Husbands”. These Paintings Were Made In Black Watercolors With Accents In Coal. In 1940s, Rahmanzade Illustrated Belles-Lettres. In 1945, She Illustrated The Books “Dehname” By Khatai And "The Land Of Fires" By Zohrabbeyov. More Successfully, She Worked On Poetic Images Of Women In "Dehname". Rahmanzade Depicted The Poet Khatai, The Author Of The Book, In Two Illustrations: One Of Them A Portrait In Profile And The Other The Poet With A Pen In Hand In A Night Atmosphere. Rahmanzade Portrayed Circumstances, Landscape, Architecture, And Costumes In Numerous Illustrations For The Novel “The Land Of Fires”. Riders Were Portrayed In The First Illustration On The Left Side Of A Print. A Pictorial Panorama Of A Bay And A Mysterious Tower To Which Landlady They Were Going Opened In Front Of Their Eyes.[Clarification Needed] During These Years Maral Rahmanzade Created Illustrations For Jafar Jabbarly's "Maiden Tower" And "Gulzar" Works. In The Post-War Period Rahmanzade Intensively Worked In The Sphere Of Paintings. In 1947, The Series Of "Petroleum" Autolithography Consisting Of 10 Paintings Showing The History Of Petroleum Land Was Exhibited For The First Time. The Series Began With "Fire Worshippers", A Composition Representing Worship Of Eternal Fire. Other Paintings In These Series Are "A New Enterprise", "On The Oil Rig", "Jack-Pump", And "Fountain Hammered To A Pipe". In 1948, Maral Rahmanzade Finished A Series Entitled "Socialistic Baku", Consisting Of 10 Paintings. It Included Industrial And Urban Landscapes, And Also Such Compositions As "Shift Of A Vigil", "Day Of A Vigil", And "In Construction Of A New House". Journeys To An Area Known As The Oil Rocks Were Productive For The Artist. Maral Rahmanzade Was The First Artist Who Went To Work At The Oil Rocks. Being Among Oilmen, Overseeing Their Working Days, And Their Everyday Life, She Painted Field Landscapes Of The Caspian Sea, Construction Of Scaffold Bridges, Oil Tanks, Towers, And The Pouring Of Oil. On An Exhibition She Presented Drawings And Watercolor Paintings, Portraying More Typical Episodes Of The Working Life Of Oilmen On The Caspian Sea. Besides The Citizens Of Baku, Workers From The Oil Rocks Also Saw These Paintings, As They Were Dedicated To Them. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Autolithographs Called "Here In The Caspian Sea". An Album, Consisting Of 15 Colourful Lithographs From These Series Was Published In Moscow. Verticals Of Towers, Steel Scaffold Bridges, And The Shining Mirror-Like Surface Of The Sea Were Portrayed In Her "In The Open Sea" Lithograph. The Artist Portrayed The Hard Life Of Workers And The Distinctive Life Of Oilmen In Her Paintings "On-Duty Boat", "The Food Is Brought", And "To A Storm-Zone". These Series Of Lithographs Brought Broad Fame To Rahmanzade And Were Exhibited In The All-Union And Foreign Exhibitions.

    Rahmanzade Is The Eldest Sister Of Sculptor And Honouree Of The Academy Of Arts Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, Vagif Rakhmanov. She Is The Aunt Of Acclaimed Canadian Singer-Songwriter And Visual Artist Deniz Reno (Aka Deniz Rakhmanova),[2] Kazakh-German Painter Nargis Rakhmanova-Dressler [3] And Kazakh Artisan Aigul Rakhmanova.

    [4]

    In 1950, Rahmanzade Illustrated A Two-Volume Poem Collection By Jafar Jabbarly. She Created A Number Of Prints, Portraying The Characters From His Plays "Sevil", "Almaz", And "Withered Flowers." Mirza Fatali Akhundov's Historical Play "Aldanmish Kevakib" ("Deceived Stars") Was Published The Same Year And Featured Rahmanzade's Work. She Also Illustrated Translated Publications Including "Eugene Onegin" By Alexander Pushkin And "A Hero Of Our Time" By Mikhail Lermontov. At The End Of The 1950s She Created A Series Of Colorful Autholithographs Called "Baku". Urban Parks And Squares And Panoramas Of Marine Oil Fields Are Portrayed In These Prints. The "Baku" Series Was In The Exhibition Dedicated To A Decade Of Azerbaijani Literature And Arts In 1959, In Moscow. At That Time Rahmanzade Worked On Autolithographs Dedicated To Czechoslovakia, Among Which Were Such Landscapes As "A Winter Day Of Karlovy Vary", "A Street In Cheb City", "Central Square Of Cheb City", "Richmond Sanatorium" And Others. Lithographs From The Czechoslovakia Series Were Exhibited In The Republican Exhibition "The World Through The Eyes Of Azerbaijani Artists" In 1961, And Also In A Group Exhibition Dedicated To Czechoslovakia In Moscow.[5]

    In Subsequent Years, Rahmanzade Worked In The Technique Of Linocut. Her First Pieces Were Dedicated To The Giant Factories Of Two Young Cities, Sumqayit And Rustavi. Each Consists Of Six Industrial And Urban Landscapes And Two Portraits Portraying Front-Line Workers. In 1960s, The Artist Visited A Number Of Remote Regions Of Azerbaijan. A New Series Of Colored Linocuts Was The Result Of These Visits: “My Motherland” And “Azerbaijan”. Many Of These Paintings Were Dedicated To Nakhchivan. Plough Land, Furrow Lines Leading To The River, And A Village Stretched Across The River Were Portrayed In One Of These Landscapes. In Another Linocut The Artist Depicted A New Road In The Mountains: A High-Voltage Power Line And A Highway Against The Backdrop Of Beautiful Rocks. A Landscape Of Khinalig Village In Northern Azerbaijan Was Also Depicted In These Series Besides The Landscapes Of Nakhchivan. In This Remote Village, Surrounded By Cliffs, With Houses On The Top Of The Mountain, As If They Had Been Built On Top Of Each Other. The Artist Studied The Daily Lives Of The Residents Of Khnialig And Painted Them With Watercolors. In These Linocuts The Artist Portrayed Landscapes Of The Village, Mountains Eternally Covered With Snow, Steep Cliffs, Simple Buildings, And Residents In National Costumes. In 1956, Mammed Said Ordubadi's Historical Novel "A Sword And Pen", Illustrated By Rahmanzade, Was Published In Baku. In 1963, She Illustrated Academic Publications For "Azerbaijani Fairytales".

    The National Museum Of Art Of Azerbaijan Held An Exhibition Of Rahmanzade's Paintings, Lithographs, Lino-Prints, Drawings And Book Illustrations In November 2016.[6]

    Q Gallery, Next To The Maiden Tower In Qulle 6, Baku, Azerbaijan, Has Examples Of Maral Rahmanzadeh's Paintings, Drawings, Lino-Prints And Lithographs.

    ART0070

    4,500.00 USD

    MARAL RAHMANZADE Merend 26*28

    Maral Rahmanzade Was Born On July 23, 1916 In The Mardakan Township Near Baku, Azerbaijan. Maral Rahmanzade Was Born On July 23, 1916 In The Mardakan Township Near Baku, Azerbaijan Education At The Moscow State Institute Of Arts. Her Most Productive Area Was Within Graphic Arts, Particularly In Lithography And Coloured Linoprints. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Paintings Of Patriotic Content During The Great Patriotic War. One Of The Series Is Dedicated To The Soviet Women During The Wartime, Including "People's Volunteer Corps", "Women In The Ranks", "Partisan's Daughter", And "Radio Operator". Other Series, Consisting Of 19 Prints, Were Dedicated To The Work Of People And The Home Front: “Work On The Farm”, “Social Activists”, And “The Artists Performing For The Front-Line Soldiers”. Women Working At Machines In Factories Are Depicted In “Wives Substitute Husbands”. These Paintings Were Made In Black Watercolors With Accents In Coal. In 1940s, Rahmanzade Illustrated Belles-Lettres. In 1945, She Illustrated The Books “Dehname” By Khatai And "The Land Of Fires" By Zohrabbeyov. More Successfully, She Worked On Poetic Images Of Women In "Dehname". Rahmanzade Depicted The Poet Khatai, The Author Of The Book, In Two Illustrations: One Of Them A Portrait In Profile And The Other The Poet With A Pen In Hand In A Night Atmosphere. Rahmanzade Portrayed Circumstances, Landscape, Architecture, And Costumes In Numerous Illustrations For The Novel “The Land Of Fires”. Riders Were Portrayed In The First Illustration On The Left Side Of A Print. A Pictorial Panorama Of A Bay And A Mysterious Tower To Which Landlady They Were Going Opened In Front Of Their Eyes.[Clarification Needed] During These Years Maral Rahmanzade Created Illustrations For Jafar Jabbarly's "Maiden Tower" And "Gulzar" Works. In The Post-War Period Rahmanzade Intensively Worked In The Sphere Of Paintings. In 1947, The Series Of "Petroleum" Autolithography Consisting Of 10 Paintings Showing The History Of Petroleum Land Was Exhibited For The First Time. The Series Began With "Fire Worshippers", A Composition Representing Worship Of Eternal Fire. Other Paintings In These Series Are "A New Enterprise", "On The Oil Rig", "Jack-Pump", And "Fountain Hammered To A Pipe". In 1948, Maral Rahmanzade Finished A Series Entitled "Socialistic Baku", Consisting Of 10 Paintings. It Included Industrial And Urban Landscapes, And Also Such Compositions As "Shift Of A Vigil", "Day Of A Vigil", And "In Construction Of A New House". Journeys To An Area Known As The Oil Rocks Were Productive For The Artist. Maral Rahmanzade Was The First Artist Who Went To Work At The Oil Rocks. Being Among Oilmen, Overseeing Their Working Days, And Their Everyday Life, She Painted Field Landscapes Of The Caspian Sea, Construction Of Scaffold Bridges, Oil Tanks, Towers, And The Pouring Of Oil. On An Exhibition She Presented Drawings And Watercolor Paintings, Portraying More Typical Episodes Of The Working Life Of Oilmen On The Caspian Sea. Besides The Citizens Of Baku, Workers From The Oil Rocks Also Saw These Paintings, As They Were Dedicated To Them. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Autolithographs Called "Here In The Caspian Sea". An Album, Consisting Of 15 Colourful Lithographs From These Series Was Published In Moscow. Verticals Of Towers, Steel Scaffold Bridges, And The Shining Mirror-Like Surface Of The Sea Were Portrayed In Her "In The Open Sea" Lithograph. The Artist Portrayed The Hard Life Of Workers And The Distinctive Life Of Oilmen In Her Paintings "On-Duty Boat", "The Food Is Brought", And "To A Storm-Zone". These Series Of Lithographs Brought Broad Fame To Rahmanzade And Were Exhibited In The All-Union And Foreign Exhibitions.

    Rahmanzade Is The Eldest Sister Of Sculptor And Honouree Of The Academy Of Arts Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, Vagif Rakhmanov. She Is The Aunt Of Acclaimed Canadian Singer-Songwriter And Visual Artist Deniz Reno (Aka Deniz Rakhmanova),[2] Kazakh-German Painter Nargis Rakhmanova-Dressler [3] And Kazakh Artisan Aigul Rakhmanova.

    [4]

    In 1950, Rahmanzade Illustrated A Two-Volume Poem Collection By Jafar Jabbarly. She Created A Number Of Prints, Portraying The Characters From His Plays "Sevil", "Almaz", And "Withered Flowers." Mirza Fatali Akhundov's Historical Play "Aldanmish Kevakib" ("Deceived Stars") Was Published The Same Year And Featured Rahmanzade's Work. She Also Illustrated Translated Publications Including "Eugene Onegin" By Alexander Pushkin And "A Hero Of Our Time" By Mikhail Lermontov. At The End Of The 1950s She Created A Series Of Colorful Autholithographs Called "Baku". Urban Parks And Squares And Panoramas Of Marine Oil Fields Are Portrayed In These Prints. The "Baku" Series Was In The Exhibition Dedicated To A Decade Of Azerbaijani Literature And Arts In 1959, In Moscow. At That Time Rahmanzade Worked On Autolithographs Dedicated To Czechoslovakia, Among Which Were Such Landscapes As "A Winter Day Of Karlovy Vary", "A Street In Cheb City", "Central Square Of Cheb City", "Richmond Sanatorium" And Others. Lithographs From The Czechoslovakia Series Were Exhibited In The Republican Exhibition "The World Through The Eyes Of Azerbaijani Artists" In 1961, And Also In A Group Exhibition Dedicated To Czechoslovakia In Moscow.[5]

    In Subsequent Years, Rahmanzade Worked In The Technique Of Linocut. Her First Pieces Were Dedicated To The Giant Factories Of Two Young Cities, Sumqayit And Rustavi. Each Consists Of Six Industrial And Urban Landscapes And Two Portraits Portraying Front-Line Workers. In 1960s, The Artist Visited A Number Of Remote Regions Of Azerbaijan. A New Series Of Colored Linocuts Was The Result Of These Visits: “My Motherland” And “Azerbaijan”. Many Of These Paintings Were Dedicated To Nakhchivan. Plough Land, Furrow Lines Leading To The River, And A Village Stretched Across The River Were Portrayed In One Of These Landscapes. In Another Linocut The Artist Depicted A New Road In The Mountains: A High-Voltage Power Line And A Highway Against The Backdrop Of Beautiful Rocks. A Landscape Of Khinalig Village In Northern Azerbaijan Was Also Depicted In These Series Besides The Landscapes Of Nakhchivan. In This Remote Village, Surrounded By Cliffs, With Houses On The Top Of The Mountain, As If They Had Been Built On Top Of Each Other. The Artist Studied The Daily Lives Of The Residents Of Khnialig And Painted Them With Watercolors. In These Linocuts The Artist Portrayed Landscapes Of The Village, Mountains Eternally Covered With Snow, Steep Cliffs, Simple Buildings, And Residents In National Costumes. In 1956, Mammed Said Ordubadi's Historical Novel "A Sword And Pen", Illustrated By Rahmanzade, Was Published In Baku. In 1963, She Illustrated Academic Publications For "Azerbaijani Fairytales".

    The National Museum Of Art Of Azerbaijan Held An Exhibition Of Rahmanzade's Paintings, Lithographs, Lino-Prints, Drawings And Book Illustrations In November 2016.[6]

    Q Gallery, Next To The Maiden Tower In Qulle 6, Baku, Azerbaijan, Has Examples Of Maral Rahmanzadeh's Paintings, Drawings, Lino-Prints And Lithographs.

    ART0072

    7,200.00 USD

    MARAL RAHMANZADE

    Maral Rahmanzade Was Born On July 23, 1916 In The Mardakan Township Near Baku, Azerbaijan. From 1930 To 1933 She Studied At The Azerbaijan State Technical School Of Arts And From 1934 To 1940 She Continued Her Education At The Moscow State Institute Of Arts. Her Most Productive Area Was Within Graphic Arts, Particularly In Lithography And Coloured Linoprints. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Paintings Of Patriotic Content During The Great Patriotic War. One Of The Series Is Dedicated To The Soviet Women During The Wartime, Including "People's Volunteer Corps", "Women In The Ranks", "Partisan's Daughter", And "Radio Operator". Other Series, Consisting Of 19 Prints, Were Dedicated To The Work Of People And The Home Front: “Work On The Farm”, “Social Activists”, And “The Artists Performing For The Front-Line Soldiers”. Women Working At Machines In Factories Are Depicted In “Wives Substitute Husbands”. These Paintings Were Made In Black Watercolors With Accents In Coal. In 1940s, Rahmanzade Illustrated Belles-Lettres. In 1945, She Illustrated The Books “Dehname” By Khatai And "The Land Of Fires" By Zohrabbeyov. More Successfully, She Worked On Poetic Images Of Women In "Dehname". Rahmanzade Depicted The Poet Khatai, The Author Of The Book, In Two Illustrations: One Of Them A Portrait In Profile And The Other The Poet With A Pen In Hand In A Night Atmosphere. Rahmanzade Portrayed Circumstances, Landscape, Architecture, And Costumes In Numerous Illustrations For The Novel “The Land Of Fires”. Riders Were Portrayed In The First Illustration On The Left Side Of A Print. A Pictorial Panorama Of A Bay And A Mysterious Tower To Which Landlady They Were Going Opened In Front Of Their Eyes.[Clarification Needed] During These Years Maral Rahmanzade Created Illustrations For Jafar Jabbarly's "Maiden Tower" And "Gulzar" Works. In The Post-War Period Rahmanzade Intensively Worked In The Sphere Of Paintings. In 1947, The Series Of "Petroleum" Autolithography Consisting Of 10 Paintings Showing The History Of Petroleum Land Was Exhibited For The First Time. The Series Began With "Fire Worshippers", A Composition Representing Worship Of Eternal Fire. Other Paintings In These Series Are "A New Enterprise", "On The Oil Rig", "Jack-Pump", And "Fountain Hammered To A Pipe". In 1948, Maral Rahmanzade Finished A Series Entitled "Socialistic Baku", Consisting Of 10 Paintings. It Included Industrial And Urban Landscapes, And Also Such Compositions As "Shift Of A Vigil", "Day Of A Vigil", And "In Construction Of A New House". Journeys To An Area Known As The Oil Rocks Were Productive For The Artist. Maral Rahmanzade Was The First Artist Who Went To Work At The Oil Rocks. Being Among Oilmen, Overseeing Their Working Days, And Their Everyday Life, She Painted Field Landscapes Of The Caspian Sea, Construction Of Scaffold Bridges, Oil Tanks, Towers, And The Pouring Of Oil. On An Exhibition She Presented Drawings And Watercolor Paintings, Portraying More Typical Episodes Of The Working Life Of Oilmen On The Caspian Sea. Besides The Citizens Of Baku, Workers From The Oil Rocks Also Saw These Paintings, As They Were Dedicated To Them. Rahmanzade Created A Series Of Autolithographs Called "Here In The Caspian Sea". An Album, Consisting Of 15 Colourful Lithographs From These Series Was Published In Moscow. Verticals Of Towers, Steel Scaffold Bridges, And The Shining Mirror-Like Surface Of The Sea Were Portrayed In Her "In The Open Sea" Lithograph. The Artist Portrayed The Hard Life Of Workers And The Distinctive Life Of Oilmen In Her Paintings "On-Duty Boat", "The Food Is Brought", And "To A Storm-Zone". These Series Of Lithographs Brought Broad Fame To Rahmanzade And Were Exhibited In The All-Union And Foreign Exhibitions.

    Rahmanzade Is The Eldest Sister Of Sculptor And Honouree Of The Academy Of Arts Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan, Vagif Rakhmanov. She Is The Aunt Of Acclaimed Canadian Singer-Songwriter And Visual Artist Deniz Reno (Aka Deniz Rakhmanova),[2] Kazakh-German Painter Nargis Rakhmanova-Dressler [3] And Kazakh Artisan Aigul Rakhmanova.

    [4]

    In 1950, Rahmanzade Illustrated A Two-Volume Poem Collection By Jafar Jabbarly. She Created A Number Of Prints, Portraying The Characters From His Plays "Sevil", "Almaz", And "Withered Flowers." Mirza Fatali Akhundov's Historical Play "Aldanmish Kevakib" ("Deceived Stars") Was Published The Same Year And Featured Rahmanzade's Work. She Also Illustrated Translated Publications Including "Eugene Onegin" By Alexander Pushkin And "A Hero Of Our Time" By Mikhail Lermontov. At The End Of The 1950s She Created A Series Of Colorful Autholithographs Called "Baku". Urban Parks And Squares And Panoramas Of Marine Oil Fields Are Portrayed In These Prints. The "Baku" Series Was In The Exhibition Dedicated To A Decade Of Azerbaijani Literature And Arts In 1959, In Moscow. At That Time Rahmanzade Worked On Autolithographs Dedicated To Czechoslovakia, Among Which Were Such Landscapes As "A Winter Day Of Karlovy Vary", "A Street In Cheb City", "Central Square Of Cheb City", "Richmond Sanatorium" And Others. Lithographs From The Czechoslovakia Series Were Exhibited In The Republican Exhibition "The World Through The Eyes Of Azerbaijani Artists" In 1961, And Also In A Group Exhibition Dedicated To Czechoslovakia In Moscow.[5]

    In Subsequent Years, Rahmanzade Worked In The Technique Of Linocut. Her First Pieces Were Dedicated To The Giant Factories Of Two Young Cities, Sumqayit And Rustavi. Each Consists Of Six Industrial And Urban Landscapes And Two Portraits Portraying Front-Line Workers. In 1960s, The Artist Visited A Number Of Remote Regions Of Azerbaijan. A New Series Of Colored Linocuts Was The Result Of These Visits: “My Motherland” And “Azerbaijan”. Many Of These Paintings Were Dedicated To Nakhchivan. Plough Land, Furrow Lines Leading To The River, And A Village Stretched Across The River Were Portrayed In One Of These Landscapes. In Another Linocut The Artist Depicted A New Road In The Mountains: A High-Voltage Power Line And A Highway Against The Backdrop Of Beautiful Rocks. A Landscape Of Khinalig Village In Northern Azerbaijan Was Also Depicted In These Series Besides The Landscapes Of Nakhchivan. In This Remote Village, Surrounded By Cliffs, With Houses On The Top Of The Mountain, As If They Had Been Built On Top Of Each Other. The Artist Studied The Daily Lives Of The Residents Of Khnialig And Painted Them With Watercolors. In These Linocuts The Artist Portrayed Landscapes Of The Village, Mountains Eternally Covered With Snow, Steep Cliffs, Simple Buildings, And Residents In National Costumes. In 1956, Mammed Said Ordubadi's Historical Novel "A Sword And Pen", Illustrated By Rahmanzade, Was Published In Baku. In 1963, She Illustrated Academic Publications For "Azerbaijani Fairytales".

    The National Museum Of Art Of Azerbaijan Held An Exhibition Of Rahmanzade's Paintings, Lithographs, Lino-Prints, Drawings And Book Illustrations In November 2016.[6]

    Q Gallery, Next To The Maiden Tower In Qulle 6, Baku, Azerbaijan, Has Examples Of Maral Rahmanzadeh's Paintings, Drawings, Lino-Prints And Lithographs.

    ART0073

    7,200.00 USD

    NADİR AKHUNDOV

    Nadir Akhundov was born in 1925 in the ancient city of Nakhchivan, which has raised many talented generations for centuries, has a rich and generous nature, and is known for its geographical landscape.

    This land, which is famous for its mighty mountains and magnificent gardens, is known for its architectural monuments, especially the pearl of Azerbaijani architecture, Mümine Hatun monument.

    It is not surprising that Behruz Kengerli, the founder of the professional fine arts of Azerbaijan, was born here and created the first pearls of Azerbaijani art.

    Nadir Akhundov memorized and loved the beautiful landscapes he had seen all his life since childhood, and an irresistible desire arose in him to put them into colour.

    These incredible feelings, which triggered the enchanting beauty of nature to instantly pour on paper and canvas, would also help others to enjoy its magic.

    Love and interest in art brings Nadir Ahundov to the Leningrad Art school.

    Here he grasps the basics of art and works on easel painting and graphics.

    However, it was fortunate for the young artist to study for only 3 years. The war, like millions of other people, spoiled all his plans.

    Putting his brush aside for a moment, the young man took up arms. The difficult years of the war were a difficult test for him, almost the university of life.

    Nadir Akhundov was a persistent and courageous artist.

    He stubbornly and patiently studied the genres and techniques of fine art and created many interesting works of painting, graphics and linography.

    ART0094

    2,250.00 USD

    NADİR AKHUNDOV

    Nadir Akhundov Was Born In 1925 In The Ancient City Of Nakhchivan, Which Has Raised Many Talented Generations For Centuries, Has A Rich And Generous Nature, And Is Known For Its Geographical Landscape.

    This Land, Which Is Famous For Its Mighty Mountains And Magnificent Gardens, Is Known For Its Architectural Monuments, Especially The Pearl Of Azerbaijani Architecture, Mümine Hatun Monument.

    It Is Not Surprising That Behruz Kengerli, The Founder Of The Professional Fine Arts Of Azerbaijan, Was Born Here And Created The First Pearls Of Azerbaijani Art.

    Nadir Akhundov Memorized And Loved The Beautiful Landscapes He Had Seen All His Life Since Childhood, And An Irresistible Desire Arose In Him To Put Them Into Colour.

    These Incredible Feelings, Which Triggered The Enchanting Beauty Of Nature To Instantly Pour On Paper And Canvas, Would Also Help Others To Enjoy Its Magic.

    Love And Interest In Art Brings Nadir Ahundov To The Leningrad Art School.

    Here He Grasps The Basics Of Art And Works On Easel Painting And Graphics.

    However, It Was Fortunate For The Young Artist To Study For Only 3 Years. The War, Like Millions Of Other People, Spoiled All His Plans.

    Putting His Brush Aside For A Moment, The Young Man Took Up Arms. The Difficult Years Of The War Were A Difficult Test For Him, Almost The University Of Life.

    Nadir Akhundov Was A Persistent And Courageous Artist.

    He Stubbornly And Patiently Studied The Genres And Techniques Of Fine Art And Created Many Interesting Works Of Painting, Graphics And Linography.

    ART0095

    1,080.00 USD

    NADİR AKHUNDOV

    Nadir Akhundov Was Born In 1925 In The Ancient City Of Nakhchivan, Which Has Raised Many Talented Generations For Centuries, Has A Rich And Generous Nature, And Is Known For Its Geographical Landscape.

    This Land, Which Is Famous For Its Mighty Mountains And Magnificent Gardens, Is Known For Its Architectural Monuments, Especially The Pearl Of Azerbaijani Architecture, Mümine Hatun Monument.

    It Is Not Surprising That Behruz Kengerli, The Founder Of The Professional Fine Arts Of Azerbaijan, Was Born Here And Created The First Pearls Of Azerbaijani Art.

    Nadir Akhundov Memorized And Loved The Beautiful Landscapes He Had Seen All His Life Since Childhood, And An Irresistible Desire Arose In Him To Put Them Into Colour.

    These Incredible Feelings, Which Triggered The Enchanting Beauty Of Nature To Instantly Pour On Paper And Canvas, Would Also Help Others To Enjoy Its Magic.

    Love And Interest In Art Brings Nadir Ahundov To The Leningrad Art School.

    Here He Grasps The Basics Of Art And Works On Easel Painting And Graphics.

    However, It Was Fortunate For The Young Artist To Study For Only 3 Years. The War, Like Millions Of Other People, Spoiled All His Plans.

    Putting His Brush Aside For A Moment, The Young Man Took Up Arms. The Difficult Years Of The War Were A Difficult Test For Him, Almost The University Of Life.

    Nadir Akhundov Was A Persistent And Courageous Artist.

    He Stubbornly And Patiently Studied The Genres And Techniques Of Fine Art And Created Many Interesting Works Of Painting, Graphics And Linography.

    ART0096

    1,080.00 USD

    NADİR AKHUNDOV

    Nadir Akhundov Was Born In 1925 In The Ancient City Of Nakhchivan, Which Has Raised Many Talented Generations For Centuries, Has A Rich And Generous Nature, And Is Known For Its Geographical Landscape.

    This Land, Which Is Famous For Its Mighty Mountains And Magnificent Gardens, Is Known For Its Architectural Monuments, Especially The Pearl Of Azerbaijani Architecture, Mümine Hatun Monument.

    It Is Not Surprising That Behruz Kengerli, The Founder Of The Professional Fine Arts Of Azerbaijan, Was Born Here And Created The First Pearls Of Azerbaijani Art.

    Nadir Akhundov Memorized And Loved The Beautiful Landscapes He Had Seen All His Life Since Childhood, And An Irresistible Desire Arose In Him To Put Them Into Colour.

    These Incredible Feelings, Which Triggered The Enchanting Beauty Of Nature To Instantly Pour On Paper And Canvas, Would Also Help Others To Enjoy Its Magic.

    Love And Interest In Art Brings Nadir Ahundov To The Leningrad Art School.

    Here He Grasps The Basics Of Art And Works On Easel Painting And Graphics.

    However, It Was Fortunate For The Young Artist To Study For Only 3 Years. The War, Like Millions Of Other People, Spoiled All His Plans.

    Putting His Brush Aside For A Moment, The Young Man Took Up Arms. The Difficult Years Of The War Were A Difficult Test For Him, Almost The University Of Life.

    Nadir Akhundov Was A Persistent And Courageous Artist.

    He Stubbornly And Patiently Studied The Genres And Techniques Of Fine Art And Created Many Interesting Works Of Painting, Graphics And Linography.

    ART0098

    1,080.00 USD

    REŞAD MEHDİYEV

    Reşad Mehdiyev was born on November 1, 1968 in the family of an artist.
    After completing his secondary education, he .Graduated From Azim Azimzade Art College.
    After completing his education, he lived in Moscow for some time, and later graduated from the Azerbaijan State Institute of Culture and Art.

    In 1991, Architecture continued his studies at Sinan Art University.

    Since 2008, he has been a doctor of philosophy in art studies, and since 2013 he has been an associate professor of the Azerbaijan State Academy of Arts.

    His family
    He is the son of People's Artist Rafiq Mehdiyev.

    Exhibitions

    1987 – Exhibition of young artists of Azerbaijan, "BAC", Baku
    1990 – individual presentation of "BAC", Baku
    1991 – "Trio", Young artists, Istanbul
    1993 – "Ideal", picture, presentation, arena, St. Petersburg
    1995 – "Vanguard fashion" festival, Tbilisi
    1996 – Personal presentation "BAC", Baku
    1997 – "Vanguard Movement", Baku
    1999 – Individual presentation "Maxim Gallery", Baku
    2002 – Individual presentation "Lang Gallery", Vienna
    2002 – laureate of the International Symposium "Turksoy", Istanbul
    2002 – Personal exhibition of "Venice Desing" Art gallery, Venice
    2005 – Exhibition of Azerbaijani artists, days of Azerbaijani culture in Russia, Moscow
    2005 — Exhibition of Azerbaijani artists, Shaul
    2006 – Individual presentation at Vienna-Porchia Palace
    2006 – solo exhibition at U.N.O. It was held with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
    2008 – Annotation of the painting. Carpet Museum, Baku
    2012 – Individual exhibition. "Girl's Castle" gallery. Baku
    2012 – "Yeddi" Art Exhibition. European Union.
    2012 – Exhibition of Azerbaijani art. Tbilisi Art Museum
    2014 — Individual exhibition. Gabala
    2015 — Individual exhibition. Museum of Modern Art. Baku

    Awards

    1997 — Member of the Union of Artists of Azerbaijan
    2012 — Honorary Academician of the Russian Academy of Arts
    2015 — Honored Artist of the Republic of Azerbaijan

    ART0102

    2,000.00 USD

    SETTAR BEHLULZADE

    SATTAR BAHLULZADE (1909-1974)

    * Sattar Bahlulzadeh Was Born On December 15, 1909 In The Village Of Amirjan In Baku.
    * In 1927 He Entered The Painting School, In 1931 - Azerbaijan Art School,
    * In 1933 He Entered The Moscow State Art Institute.
    * In 1941, V.I. He Graduated From The Moscow Art Institute Named After Surikov.
    * Famous Artists V. A. Favorski And Q.M. He Was A Student Of Shagal.
    * He Started His Career In The "Kommunist" Newspaper Under The Leadership Of Azim Azimzade.
    * He Published His First Cartoon Caricatures In 1931-1933.
    * Sattar Bahlulzade Was Awarded With Two Red Banner Flags And Medals.

    Bahlulzadeh Died On October 14, 1974 In Moscow. He Was Buried In The Village Of Amirjan And His Mausoleum Was Erected.

    Settar Behlülzade, The Great Master Of Azerbaijani Painting, As A Nature Lover, Could Hear The Living Breath Of The Language Of Nature And Skillfully Transferred It To The Canvas. It Is Possible To Encounter Original, Perhaps Fantastic, Landscapes In Each Of Settar's Nature Landscapes. Because He Synthesized His Impressions From What He Saw In Nature With His Own Emotions And Imagination, And Was Able To Create His Own School With His Unique Approach. In The Early 1970s, The Artist, Who Took A Completely Different Direction, Moved Further Away From The Realistic Transfer Of Nature And Started To Increase His Search For Color, Emotion And Harmony. In His Works After The 1970s, Behlülzade, While Not Breaking Away From Impressionism, Entered A New Phase Integrating With The Compositional Setup And Color Refinement Peculiar To Azerbaijani Miniatures. Now, It Can Be Seen That The Generalizations And Allegorical Expression Arising From The Fusion Of Some Traditional Elements From The Azerbaijani Landscape And Culture, Rather Than Any Natural Appearance, Come To The Fore In His Paintings.

    ART0107

    13,500.00 USD

    TOGRUL NARİMANBEKOV

    Togrul Narimanbekov, one of the greatest Azerbaijani painters was recognized early in his own lifetime as a supremely great painter, and his reputation has in the intervening years never suffered a decline.

    Togrul Narimanbekov was born on August 7 in 1930 to a respected family from the town of Shusha in Karabakh. Togrul’s father, Yaqub Farman bey, was one of the students sent to study abroad by the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1919. Yaqub studied engineering in Toulouse, where he met and married Togrul’s mother, Irma, a young Frenchwoman from Gascony.

    They returned to Azerbaijan, but Yaqub was arrested during Stalin’s terror on 31 December 1937, on charges of espionage. Irma, Togrul and his brother Vidadi were exiled to the historic city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan.

    His father was released after completing his sentence and the family was allowed to move back to Azerbaijan, but not to Baku. They lived in Mingachevir until 1956 when his father was rehabilitated under Khruschev and the family could return to the capital.

    Togrul Narimanbekov studied at the Azim Azimzade School of Art in Baku, then at the Lithuanian Higher School of Art in Vilnius where he described the education as ‘global in content’.

    The first picture "Dawn over the Caspian", created in 1957, and presented at the exhibition in Moscow, made him famous. The painting fascinated art lovers with an unconventional approach to the topic of work, a romantic uplift, distinctive individual pictorial language, sincerity and intimacy of the captured images.

    His triumph continued at exhibitions abroad. The "Dawn over the Caspian" followed by other works, including "All the farther into the sea," "Overpass," "Stronger than the storm".

    The master of brush gained worldwide fame for his works in all genres of fine arts. His bright works created in various fields such as landscapes, portraits, monumental paintings, illustrations and theater painting are characterized by genre diversity, aesthetic perfection and a unique style.

    Togrul Narimanbekov loved to paint very large canvases and murals, some of which can be seen at the State Puppet Theatre and Parliament in Baku. He also designed sets for ballets by Azerbaijani composers and did a magnificent set of illustrations for a 1988 edition of the Turkic epic The Book of Dada Qorqud.

    Togrul Narimanbekov synthesized East and West in his works, combining the decorativeness of eastern miniatures with the intellectuality of western art.

    He always admired French Romanticism, while his favorite artists were Eugène Delacroix and Gustave Courbet. Cézannism also played an important role in his artistic career.

    However, the rich traditions of Azerbaijani art played an important role in Narimanbekov’s paintings, which are defined by their vibrant color, bold brushstrokes and impasto. One can describe Narimanbekov’s drawings as a fairy tale, inviting one to a far away wonderland.

    Despite the pressures on Soviet artists to conform to Socialist Realism, he remained true to his own expressive, emotional style.

    The leitmotif of the works of Togrul Narimanbekov was his great love for his native country. With special tenderness and trembling he drew the Old City, the Maiden Tower, minarets of ancient mosques.

    The rich traditions of Azerbaijani art, samples of antique miniatures and carpet weaving played a great role in the development of Togrul Narimanbekov, as a great master.

    People of creative work, poets, writers, artists, creators of Azerbaijan’s culture are subjects of Narimanbekov’s portraits. Externally simple and unpretentious, they are full of inspiration, desire and ability to create.

    The activity of Togrul Narimanbekov has affected formation of artistic and aesthetic vision of several artists’ generation. Being a wonderful school for young artists with a rich heritage, he played an important role in the formation of their professionalism.

    One of the biggest achievements of the artist is his contribution to the creation of Azerbaijani classical painting, helping the country to define its cultural identity and originality.

    Togrul Narimanbekov received many awards throughout his life. He became a People’s Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR in 1967 and received the state prizes of the Azerbaijan SSR and USSR. National Leader Heydar Aliyev conferred on him the Azerbaijan Republic’s Order of Independence (Istiqlal) in 2000, and President Ilham Aliyev the Order of Honour (Sharaf) in 2010.

    The prominent artist died in 2013 at the age of 83 in Paris, leaving behind an astounding long legacy in contemporary art.

    The artist's daughter, Asmar Narimanbekova, also devoted herself to the art.

    Asmar Narimanbekova's works are featured in many prestigious galleries and museums not only in Azerbaijan, but also in America, France, Germany, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Finland, and China.

    ART0108

    650,000.00 USD

    TOGRUL NARİMANBEKOV

    Togrul Narimanbekov, one of the greatest Azerbaijani painters was recognized early in his own lifetime as a supremely great painter, and his reputation has in the intervening years never suffered a decline.

    Togrul Narimanbekov was born on August 7 in 1930 to a respected family from the town of Shusha in Karabakh. Togrul’s father, Yaqub Farman bey, was one of the students sent to study abroad by the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1919. Yaqub studied engineering in Toulouse, where he met and married Togrul’s mother, Irma, a young Frenchwoman from Gascony.

    They returned to Azerbaijan, but Yaqub was arrested during Stalin’s terror on 31 December 1937, on charges of espionage. Irma, Togrul and his brother Vidadi were exiled to the historic city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan.

    His father was released after completing his sentence and the family was allowed to move back to Azerbaijan, but not to Baku. They lived in Mingachevir until 1956 when his father was rehabilitated under Khruschev and the family could return to the capital.

    Togrul Narimanbekov studied at the Azim Azimzade School of Art in Baku, then at the Lithuanian Higher School of Art in Vilnius where he described the education as ‘global in content’.

    The first picture "Dawn over the Caspian", created in 1957, and presented at the exhibition in Moscow, made him famous. The painting fascinated art lovers with an unconventional approach to the topic of work, a romantic uplift, distinctive individual pictorial language, sincerity and intimacy of the captured images.

    His triumph continued at exhibitions abroad. The "Dawn over the Caspian" followed by other works, including "All the farther into the sea," "Overpass," "Stronger than the storm".

    The master of brush gained worldwide fame for his works in all genres of fine arts. His bright works created in various fields such as landscapes, portraits, monumental paintings, illustrations and theater painting are characterized by genre diversity, aesthetic perfection and a unique style.

    Togrul Narimanbekov loved to paint very large canvases and murals, some of which can be seen at the State Puppet Theatre and Parliament in Baku. He also designed sets for ballets by Azerbaijani composers and did a magnificent set of illustrations for a 1988 edition of the Turkic epic The Book of Dada Qorqud.

    Togrul Narimanbekov synthesized East and West in his works, combining the decorativeness of eastern miniatures with the intellectuality of western art.

    He always admired French Romanticism, while his favorite artists were Eugène Delacroix and Gustave Courbet. Cézannism also played an important role in his artistic career.

    However, the rich traditions of Azerbaijani art played an important role in Narimanbekov’s paintings, which are defined by their vibrant color, bold brushstrokes and impasto. One can describe Narimanbekov’s drawings as a fairy tale, inviting one to a far away wonderland.

    Despite the pressures on Soviet artists to conform to Socialist Realism, he remained true to his own expressive, emotional style.

    The leitmotif of the works of Togrul Narimanbekov was his great love for his native country. With special tenderness and trembling he drew the Old City, the Maiden Tower, minarets of ancient mosques.

    The rich traditions of Azerbaijani art, samples of antique miniatures and carpet weaving played a great role in the development of Togrul Narimanbekov, as a great master.

    People of creative work, poets, writers, artists, creators of Azerbaijan’s culture are subjects of Narimanbekov’s portraits. Externally simple and unpretentious, they are full of inspiration, desire and ability to create.

    The activity of Togrul Narimanbekov has affected formation of artistic and aesthetic vision of several artists’ generation. Being a wonderful school for young artists with a rich heritage, he played an important role in the formation of their professionalism.

    One of the biggest achievements of the artist is his contribution to the creation of Azerbaijani classical painting, helping the country to define its cultural identity and originality.

    Togrul Narimanbekov received many awards throughout his life. He became a People’s Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR in 1967 and received the state prizes of the Azerbaijan SSR and USSR. National Leader Heydar Aliyev conferred on him the Azerbaijan Republic’s Order of Independence (Istiqlal) in 2000, and President Ilham Aliyev the Order of Honour (Sharaf) in 2010.

    The prominent artist died in 2013 at the age of 83 in Paris, leaving behind an astounding long legacy in contemporary art.

    The artist's daughter, Asmar Narimanbekova, also devoted herself to the art.

    Asmar Narimanbekova's works are featured in many prestigious galleries and museums not only in Azerbaijan, but also in America, France, Germany, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Finland, and China.

    ART0109

    750,000.00 USD

    TOGRUL NARİMANBEKOV

    Togrul Narimanbekov was born on August 7 in 1930 to a respected family from the town of Shusha in Karabakh. Togrul’s father, Yaqub Farman bey, was one of the students sent to study abroad by the Azerbaijan Democratic Republic in 1919. Yaqub studied engineering in Toulouse, where he met and married Togrul’s mother, Irma, a young Frenchwoman from Gascony.

    They returned to Azerbaijan, but Yaqub was arrested during Stalin’s terror on 31 December 1937, on charges of espionage. Irma, Togrul and his brother Vidadi were exiled to the historic city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan.

    His father was released after completing his sentence and the family was allowed to move back to Azerbaijan, but not to Baku. They lived in Mingachevir until 1956 when his father was rehabilitated under Khruschev and the family could return to the capital.

    Togrul Narimanbekov studied at the Azim Azimzade School of Art in Baku, then at the Lithuanian Higher School of Art in Vilnius where he described the education as ‘global in content’.

    The first picture "Dawn over the Caspian", created in 1957, and presented at the exhibition in Moscow, made him famous. The painting fascinated art lovers with an unconventional approach to the topic of work, a romantic uplift, distinctive individual pictorial language, sincerity and intimacy of the captured images.

    His triumph continued at exhibitions abroad. The "Dawn over the Caspian" followed by other works, including "All the farther into the sea," "Overpass," "Stronger than the storm".

    The master of brush gained worldwide fame for his works in all genres of fine arts. His bright works created in various fields such as landscapes, portraits, monumental paintings, illustrations and theater painting are characterized by genre diversity, aesthetic perfection and a unique style.

    Togrul Narimanbekov loved to paint very large canvases and murals, some of which can be seen at the State Puppet Theatre and Parliament in Baku. He also designed sets for ballets by Azerbaijani composers and did a magnificent set of illustrations for a 1988 edition of the Turkic epic The Book of Dada Qorqud.

    Togrul Narimanbekov synthesized East and West in his works, combining the decorativeness of eastern miniatures with the intellectuality of western art.

    He always admired French Romanticism, while his favorite artists were Eugène Delacroix and Gustave Courbet. Cézannism also played an important role in his artistic career.

    However, the rich traditions of Azerbaijani art played an important role in Narimanbekov’s paintings, which are defined by their vibrant color, bold brushstrokes and impasto. One can describe Narimanbekov’s drawings as a fairy tale, inviting one to a far away wonderland.

    Despite the pressures on Soviet artists to conform to Socialist Realism, he remained true to his own expressive, emotional style.

    The leitmotif of the works of Togrul Narimanbekov was his great love for his native country. With special tenderness and trembling he drew the Old City, the Maiden Tower, minarets of ancient mosques.

    The rich traditions of Azerbaijani art, samples of antique miniatures and carpet weaving played a great role in the development of Togrul Narimanbekov, as a great master.

    People of creative work, poets, writers, artists, creators of Azerbaijan’s culture are subjects of Narimanbekov’s portraits. Externally simple and unpretentious, they are full of inspiration, desire and ability to create.

    The activity of Togrul Narimanbekov has affected formation of artistic and aesthetic vision of several artists’ generation. Being a wonderful school for young artists with a rich heritage, he played an important role in the formation of their professionalism.

    One of the biggest achievements of the artist is his contribution to the creation of Azerbaijani classical painting, helping the country to define its cultural identity and originality.

    Togrul Narimanbekov received many awards throughout his life. He became a People’s Artist of the Azerbaijan SSR in 1967 and received the state prizes of the Azerbaijan SSR and USSR. National Leader Heydar Aliyev conferred on him the Azerbaijan Republic’s Order of Independence (Istiqlal) in 2000, and President Ilham Aliyev the Order of Honour (Sharaf) in 2010.

    The prominent artist died in 2013 at the age of 83 in Paris, leaving behind an astounding long legacy in contemporary art.

    The artist's daughter, Asmar Narimanbekova, also devoted herself to the art.

    Asmar Narimanbekova's works are featured in many prestigious galleries and museums not only in Azerbaijan, but also in America, France, Germany, Poland, Russia, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Finland, and China.

    ART0110

    700,000.00 USD

    SETTAR BEHLULZADE

    SATTAR BAHLULZADE (1909-1974)

    * Sattar Bahlulzadeh was born on December 15, 1909 in the village of Amirjan in Baku.
    * In 1927 he entered the painting school, in 1931 - Azerbaijan Art School,
    * In 1933 he entered the Moscow State Art Institute.
    * In 1941, V.I. He graduated from the Moscow Art Institute named after Surikov.
    * Famous artists V. A. Favorski and Q.M. He was a student of Shagal.
    * He started his career in the "Kommunist" newspaper under the leadership of Azim Azimzade.
    * He published his first cartoon caricatures in 1931-1933.
    * Sattar Bahlulzade was awarded with two Red Banner Flags and medals.

    Bahlulzadeh died on October 14, 1974 in Moscow. He was buried in the village of Amirjan and his mausoleum was erected.

    Settar Behlülzade, the great master of Azerbaijani painting, as a nature lover, could hear the living breath of the language of nature and skillfully transferred it to the canvas. It is possible to encounter original, perhaps fantastic, landscapes in each of Settar's nature landscapes. Because he synthesized his impressions from what he saw in nature with his own emotions and imagination, and was able to create his own school with his unique approach. In the early 1970s, the artist, who took a completely different direction, moved further away from the realistic transfer of nature and started to increase his search for color, emotion and harmony. In his works after the 1970s, Behlülzade, while not breaking away from impressionism, entered a new phase integrating with the compositional setup and color refinement peculiar to Azerbaijani miniatures. Now, it can be seen that the generalizations and allegorical expression arising from the fusion of some traditional elements from the Azerbaijani landscape and culture, rather than any natural appearance, come to the fore in his paintings.

    ART0173

    110,000.00 USD

    SETTAR BEHLULZADE

    SATTAR BAHLULZADE (1909-1974)

    * Sattar Bahlulzadeh was born on December 15, 1909 in the village of Amirjan in Baku.
    * In 1927 he entered the painting school, in 1931 - Azerbaijan Art School,
    * In 1933 he entered the Moscow State Art Institute.
    * In 1941, V.I. He graduated from the Moscow Art Institute named after Surikov.
    * Famous artists V. A. Favorski and Q.M. He was a student of Shagal.
    * He started his career in the "Kommunist" newspaper under the leadership of Azim Azimzade.
    * He published his first cartoon caricatures in 1931-1933.
    * Sattar Bahlulzade was awarded with two Red Banner Flags and medals.

    Bahlulzadeh died on October 14, 1974 in Moscow. He was buried in the village of Amirjan and his mausoleum was erected.

    Settar Behlülzade, the great master of Azerbaijani painting, as a nature lover, could hear the living breath of the language of nature and skillfully transferred it to the canvas. It is possible to encounter original, perhaps fantastic, landscapes in each of Settar's nature landscapes. Because he synthesized his impressions from what he saw in nature with his own emotions and imagination, and was able to create his own school with his unique approach. In the early 1970s, the artist, who took a completely different direction, moved further away from the realistic transfer of nature and started to increase his search for color, emotion and harmony. In his works after the 1970s, Behlülzade, while not breaking away from impressionism, entered a new phase integrating with the compositional setup and color refinement peculiar to Azerbaijani miniatures. Now, it can be seen that the generalizations and allegorical expression arising from the fusion of some traditional elements from the Azerbaijani landscape and culture, rather than any natural appearance, come to the fore in his paintings.

    ART0232

    10,800.00 USD