Isaak Brodsky And Ivan Driapachenko: The Story Of One Portrait

Authors

  • Tetyana Miachkova independent researcher

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17721/2519-4801.2016.2.02

Keywords:

Ivan K. Driapachenko, painting, the Second World War, attribution, cultural values

Abstract

The article provides information about the Ukrainian artist Ivan Driapachenko’s portrait made by Isaak Brodsky in 1906. The drawing was sold at the Neumeister Auction (Germany) in 2013. The author suggests that the portrait belongs to those cultural values which were moved illegally from the territory of Ukraine during the World War II. Some of the Driapahenko’s works could still remain in Germany or other countries of Western Europe.

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Published

2021-12-28

How to Cite

Miachkova, T. (2021). Isaak Brodsky And Ivan Driapachenko: The Story Of One Portrait . TEXT AND IMAGE: ESSENTIAL PROBLEMS IN ART HISTORY, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.17721/2519-4801.2016.2.02

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