Friday, 2 April 2010

Oscar Rabin (b.1928)

"Madonna and Lianozovo" 1967

6 comments:

r8r said...

there's something very touching about this Madonna-and-child. The decrepit factory they're backed up with may be a dark eyesore, but at least the lights are on.

(I recently ran across a book full of assorted Russian modernists of a similar period. The one appealing most to me was Aristarkh Lentulov. Would you have any of his work?)

curator said...

Lentulov is covered briefly here.

http://artinconnu.blogspot.com/2009/10/aristarkh-lentulov-1882-1943.html

victoria thorne said...

made me catch my breath

("at least the lights are on." love this)

Elisabethbaysset said...

Le mouvement des mains est très délicat, très beau.

A.Decker said...

What a strange Madonna. I think I like this...

Good one.

Nancy Clearwater Herman said...

These are simply lovely.