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Nicolai Cikovsky

Cikovsky was born in Russia and studied art there before emigrating to the United States around 1923. In New York, that same year, he exhibited at the Charles Daniels Gallery. In 1943, after spending several summers on Long Island, New York, he was urged by David Burliuk to buy a home in the East End. Along with the Soyer brothers, Raphael and Moses, George Constant, and other artists, the Hampton Bays Art Colony was formed. Cikovsky was a member of the National Academy and other New York City Institutions. His works are in the permanent collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Modern Museum of Art, Art Institute of Chicago, and the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. as well as many others.



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Nicolai Cikovsky

Russian-American (1894-1984)
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8-1/2 x 11-1/2 in.

Oil on canvas board, c.1940's. Signed in black, lower right. In a rustic gray frame with a white linen liner. The image depicts a scene from the east end of Long Island, probably the North Sea area, where Cikovsky maintained a studio and home during the 1940's. He was a major participant in the Hampton Bays Art Group, along with David Burliuk, the Soyer brothers, Raphael, Moses, and Isaac, George Constant, and others.


$2000.
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