Fedot Sychkov. Set of postcards 15x21 cm
Fedot Sychkov. Set of postcards 15x21 cm

Fedot Sychkov. Set of postcards 15x21 cm

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Author Fedot Sychkov (1870-1958)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Paper type Glossy, 300 g/m2
Epochs Art of the 20th centuries
Publication size A5 (15х21 см)
Publication type Set of postcards
1) Hard Crossing. 1912
2) In the Garden. 1915
3) Friends - Children. 1916
4) At the Fence-Winter. 1931
5) Excellent Pupil. 1934
6) Girl in a Blue Kerchief. 1935
7) Collective Farm Market. 1936
8) Almaty Apples. 1937
9) Tobogganing. 1937
10) Mordovian Teacher. 1937
11) Asters. 1940
12) Preparing to Go on a Visit. 1940
13) Feast Day - Friends, Winter. 1941

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