Self-portrait

Self-portrait is a superb original pencil drawing by the Russian artist Eugène Berman (1899-1972), monogrammed and dated ('69) in pencil on the lower margin at the center.

One of his last self-portraits affected by a light nostalgic vein: he portrayed himself in an old age, bald, and wearing thick glasses. Behind his shoulders some vases with plants. A wise hatching and a skilled hand demonstrate the full mastery of the drawing art.

A beautiful contemporary artwork, in excellent conditions except for a light yellowing of the paper at the edges. A white cardboard passepartout is included (cm 35 x 50).

€580.00
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J-79017

Self-portrait is a superb original pencil drawing by the Russian artist Eugène Berman (1899-1972), monogrammed and dated ('69) in pencil on the lower margin at the center.

One of his last self-portraits affected by a light nostalgic vein: he portrayed himself in an old age, bald, and wearing thick glasses. Behind his shoulders some vases with plants. A wise hatching and a skilled hand demonstrate the full mastery of the drawing art.

A beautiful contemporary artwork, in excellent conditions except for a light yellowing of the paper at the edges. A white cardboard passepartout is included (cm 35 x 50).

Eugène Berman (St. Petersburg, 1899 – Rome, 1972) was a Russian painter and theater and opera scenographer. His work earned the name of "Neo-Romantic" for the melancholy and the introspective features. Berman might have taken inspiration from Pablo Picasso's artworks, especially from the Blue Period paintings.

More Information
Artist Eugène Berman
Typology Original Drawings
Technique Drawing
Year 1969
Dimensions (cm) 24.6 x 31.8
Country of Manufacture France
Subject Arts/painters, Men, Portraits

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