KALMAKOFF GALLERY

THIRD PERIOD
1928 - 1955
Kalmakoff lived the last twenty-seven years of his life
at the hotel de la rue la Rochefoucault in Paris.
Very few works remain from this period.
Still, a new style emerges - more epic and monumental.
Strangely, we also find religious cards and even Nazi propaganda,
which the artist did to rescue himself from dire poverty.
Nothing remains from the last seven years of his life,
which were spent in a 'home for the poor and elderly'.



The Negresse
- 1929
Self Portrait - 1929
drawing
Salome Sphinx - 1928
gouache
Chapel Dedicated
to Joan of Arc:
Joan at the Stake - 1931
Preparatory drawing
Chapel Dedicated
to Joan of Arc:
Joan Before her Judges - c. 1931
oil, unfinished
Chapel Dedicated to Joan of Arc:
The Triumph of Joan of Arc - 1930
oil
Emmanuel Clad in Iron - 1935
gouache
Neptune - 1936
oil
The Darkness - undated
oil
Angel of the Abyss - undated
oil

The Women’s Den - 1940
gouache
Grapes - 1943
oil

CURIOUS KALMAKOFFS



24th February 1918
The Declaration of Estonian Independence
- 1921
Religious card:
The Blessed Gemma and Her Angel
- c. 1934
Religious card:
Christ Child in the Sheep’s Fold
- 1934
Nazi propaganda:
The Soldier and his Girl - 1941
pen and ink


QUESTIONABLE KALMAKOFFS
- FORGERIES? -



Diana in Her Bath - 1935
oil
Two Seahorses - 1947
watercolour



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