Alexander ARCHIPENKO (1887-1964)

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Considered an offshoot of Cubism, Section d’Or (Golden Section) artists are not as expensive as the hardcore Cubists like Picasso. While their prices have continued to climb (new record for Juan Gris this year), many works by the major avant-garde artists are still very cheap by comparison.

At the start of the 20th century, Paris was a veritable artistic capital and its momentum attracted artists from all over Europe and beyond. Art history tends to group these artists together in what is known as the First Paris School. Between 1900 and 1920 the group included a number of Russians living in the Montparnasse district, an area that was a hive of creative activity.

In the modern period, prices for sculpture have been rising faster than those of painting, with the price index for sculpture reaching a new high in 2007, growth of 100% in 15 years!

As a Fine Art segment, the price index for Cubist sculpture contracted in 2005, but seems to be growing again this year.

This season’s Impressionist and Modern Art sales held in London proved an outstanding success. Four new records were set on 20 June at Sotheby’s evening sale, which generated close to GBP 46 million for a total of 37 lots.

Alexander ARCHIPENKO (1887-1964) è un artista nato/a nel 1887. La prima aggiudicazione registrata sul sito è un/a disegno acquarello del 1983 da Phillips, De Pury & Luxembourg, e la più recente un/a scultura volume del 2020. La quotazione e gli indici dell'artista stabiliti da Artprice.com si basano su 1.327 aggiudicazioni. In particolare: pittura, stampa-multiplo, scultura volume, fotografia, disegno acquarello, lumi. La piazza del mercato le propone 8 opere dell'artista in vendita , venduti da 2 Artprice Store.