At Tate Modern in London for the exhibition ‘Natalia Goncharova’. Goncharova (1881 – 1962) was the most high-profile female artist of the Russian avant-garde. Together with her lifelong partner, Mikhail Larionov, she was at the forefront of artistic developments in Russia in the early years of the twentieth century. Her reputation in the west grew after 1915 when she moved with Larionov to Paris to work with Serge Diaghilev’s Ballets Russes, designing both stage sets and costumes.
Natalia Goncharova ‘Self-Portrait with Yellow Lilies’ (1907 – 08)
Natalia Goncharova ‘Peasants Picking Apples’ (1911)
Natalia Goncharova ‘The Four Evangelists’ (1911)
Natalia Goncharova ‘Cyclist’ (1913)
Natalia Goncharova Theatre costume for the Prince in ‘Sadko’ (1916)
Natalia Goncharova Costume design for Peasant Woman in ‘Le Coq d’Or’ (1937)