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Pavil Illya Anatoliyovych (1873 - 1948)

A famous representative of the Ukrainian abroad, painter and graphic artist. Born in Odessa. In 1892 he moved to Paris, where he settled in Montmartre, there he lived all his life. He studied under the guidance of A. Bouguereau and _. Detaille. He painted impressionistic landscapes, genre scenes of the street life of Montmartre, drew pictures with the pen. He exhibited his works at such salons as the Union of French artists, Autumn and Independent (1905 - 1906). During 1906 - 1929 he held solo exhibitions in the galleries G. Petit and Bernheim, in 1933 - in the gallery J. Charpentier. He received the silver medal of the Autumn Salon (1930 and 1931). He was awarded with the Order of the Honor Legion. His works are presented at the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris.

Painters works:

Auction 20 Lot 53



«Disappearing Montmartre»,
nd quarter 20thC,
wood, oil; 2721,5;
lower right corner E. Pavil


Price: 10 000 - 12 000 $


Auction 17 Lot 54



«View of the Bridge of Concord»,
IInd quarter 20thC
wood, oil; 2127


Price: 6 000 8 000 $


Auction 12 Lot 50



«View of the River Seine»,IInd quarter 20thC
canvas, oil; 46,561,5


Price: 9 000 12 000 $


Auction 10 Lot 61



«Avenue», 1930s
wood, oil; 1927


Price: 4 000 5000 $


Auction 9 Lot 43



«In the old park», Ist quarter 20thC
wood, oil; 3526,5


Price: 5 000 8000 $


Auction 7 Lot 58



«Paris. View to the Church of St. Augustine», Ist quarter 20thC
canvas, oil; 5141


Price: 9 000 - 15000 $


Auction 7 Lot 64



«In the theater», Ist quarter 20thC
wood, oil; 18,524


Price: 6 500 - 9000 $