In particular, brisk trades this time were conducted around the picture of a young artist, a native of Transcarpathia Michael Dejak "Space" and the cost of the lot exceeded the upper estimate by $ 2,500 and reached $ 10,500.As a result, 35% of the lots were sold directly at the auction, and about 15%, according to the organizers, on the first day of the sale. At the auction, as well as immediately after the auction, 48 lots were sold. The most expensive lots sold: Alexey Zolotaryov's sculpture - $ 6000 at the start of $ 4000, graphics Monotype belongs to the group of flat printing techniques. Unlike other prints, which allow you to make a lot of impressions from one form, here you get only one image (hence the "mono" - "one" - in the title). Most often monotypes are used by illustrators of children's books. It is also popular with psychologists (to ascertain the inner state of a person) and teachers (for the development of imagination in children). Read more Collagraphy - a relatively new type of embossed printing. It was invented in the middle of the 20th century and combines environmental friendliness, ease of execution, richness of textures and plastics, and, moreover, it is well combined with other graphic manners (for example, "dry needle"). The printed matrix is a collage (hence the name combining the words "collage" and "graph") and is created by sticking various materials — fabrics, plastic, sand, plants, and so on — to a wooden or cardboard base using various pastes. Read more In the second half of the 15th century, woodcuts began to crowd out an engraving on metal or intalo. The term is derived from the Italian intagliare, meaning "cut, incline, cut through." Unlike woodcuts, where the protruding portions of the matrix are imprinted on paper, here visible traces are left by grooves containing ink. Therefore, metal engraving belongs to the group of intaglio printing techniques. Read more Gregory Gavrilenko - $ 4,200 at the start of $ 3000. The works of Martynchikov and Alexandra Chichkan were also “gone” - for $ 3000 each, a collection of works by Oleg Sokolov for $ 10,000 and the work of Viktor Zaretsky for $ 5000.
March 17, 2015 at the auction CLASSIC & CONTEMPORARY ART of the proposed 150 were sold 25% of lots, including: the work of David Burliuk ($ 11,000), Alla Gorska ($ 2 750), Marco Geiko ($ 6400). And “Infanta” Marco Geiko, having started from just $ 2,000, left at a price of $ 6,500. Catalog of the 27th Golden Section auction CLASSIC & CONTEMPORARY ART - on the auction site.