Grandmaster of Avant-Garde

Utgivelsesdato August 2023
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Galina Satonina (1905–2000) was the leading chess painter of the Soviet era. A multiple-time Kazan and Tatarstan ladies chess champion, she saw life as a game of chess, and her paintings speak the language of Caissa. She painted world champions and other famous players, ranging from early stars Philidor, Morphy and Anderssen, all the way through to Fischer, Karpov and Kasparov. Several of her paintings depict the chess pieces themselves and emotions felt during play, as well as different aspects of the game such as time-trouble and checkmate. Satonina’s works were exhibited at Soviet-era world championship matches. They were widely written about in the Soviet and international chess press, including Shakhmaty v SSSR, 64 and Ceskoslovensky Sach. This full-color coffee-table book, based on original paintings from museum and private collections, was compiled by Dr. Vladimir Kudryavtsev, who has published many tomes on national and regional visual art of the Soviet and pre-Soviet periods. It additionally contains other works from Satonina’s career as well as her unique life story.


005 A Legendary Chess Artist and Player, by Vladimir Kudryavtsev
039 From the Chess Situations Series
057 From the Masks of Emotions Series
063 From the Chess Stars and World Champions Series
077 Works not Belonging to Any Series
092 Bookplates
095 Recollections of the Kazan Art School in the 1920s, by Galina Satonina
097 Bonus Material
099 List of Illustrations
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Type Bok
Språk Engelsk
Antall sider 103