Germashev (Bubelo) Michael M. (1867 - 1930)
Russian artist. Born in Volchansk, Kharkov Province, into a noble family. In 1892 - 1899 he studied at the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under the guidance of Arkhipov, N. Kasatkin, Levitan and K. Savitsky. In 1897 received the prize of Moscow Art Lovers Society "for the genre" for his painting "Snow fell", which was subsequently acquired by P. Tretyakov. A member and exhibitor of the Moscow Association of Fine Arts, Moskow Society of Art Lovers, the Art Circle "Srieda". He participated in the Spring exhibitions in the halls of Academy of Arts, Peredvizhniki. In the early 1920s, he settled in Paris. He painted genre scenes, landscapes, developed animalistic themes. Numerous works were reproduced on postcards. Exhibited at the Paris gallery "Gerard", the Salon of National Society of Fine Arts of France and Federation of French artists. The works are presented at the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Museum of History and Reconstruction of Moscow, State Art Gallery of Armenia, etc.
Painters works:Auction №12 Lot №42
«A successful hunt», third 20thC
canvas, oil; 77,5х111,5
Price: 20 000 – 25 000 $