A Soviet porcelain cabinet plate with portrait of Lenin

Proletariat Ceramics Manufactory, Bronnitsy, mid 20th century

After a 1929 design by Ivan Konkov first produced at the Dulevo Porcelain Factory, Dulevo, in the 1930's, with stamped iron red factory mark, signed l.r. with Cyrillic initials K.Gr.

Dia: 14 1/4 in.



PROVENANCE:

Ode to Joy Collection, Connecticut.
Estimate $1,500-2,000

Exhibited
Hillwood Museum, no. 42

Literature
Oda k Radosti/Ode to Joy, p. 389, illus, 318, cat. no. 158; see also L. Andreeva, ed., Soviet Ceramics. The Sandretti Collection of 20th Century Russian Art, Milan, 2004, cat. 84, p. 56.


Sold for $1,500 (buyer's premium included)

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