A Soviet porcelain vase "The Monument To Pushkin on Arts Square"

Lomonosov State Porcelain Factory, Leningrad, 1958

The vase in the 'Kitaiskaia' [Chinese] form by Serafima Iakovleva, painted by Iu. Okhotin, stamped with blue factory mark, and inscribed in Russian 'khud. Okhotina n' and dated 1958.

H: 19 5/8 in.



PROVENANCE:

Ode to Joy Collection, Connecticut.
Estimate $3,000-5,000

The vase depicts the famous sculpture in Arts Square designed by sculptor Mikhail Konstantinovich Anikushin (1917-1997) who began work on this sculpture in 1937; it was finally erected in front of the State Russian Museum in June of 1957. In 1958, Anikushin received the Lenin Prize for this beloved Leningrad monument.

Sold for $3,750 (buyer's premium included)

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