Marevna Russian Female Artist Cubist Painting

Marevna Russian Female Artist Cubist Painting
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You are bidding on a piece I believe to have been created by Marie Vorobieva Marevna.

I acquired this and a few other pieces of Russian origin in an estate sale near Washington D.C. No one at the sale could offer any information on the piece, but I was drawn to the complex industrial theme, the striking cubist motif, and the rare and difficult use of light. After much research I have concluded this piece bares a striking resemblance to many of Marevna's later works.
The last picture shown to the left is a page from an upcoming auction catalogue. It is an example of another piece by Marevna which is currently being offered in an upcoming auction:

"Fine Art - Painting, Russian: Contemporary (1950 to present)" The piece is estimated to sell for $120,000 - $180,000.

From the catalogue: This painting is a masterpiece from one of the first female Cubist artists. Born Maria Bronislavovna Vorobieva-Stebelskaia in Russia, Marie soon moved to Paris w she joined the École de Paris and, while becoming the lover of Diego Rivera, began producing flattened, three-dimensional works. Rivera introduced her to Pablo Picasso who, along with the Cubist circle
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