Kits-Mägi, Linda (1916-1990). The Uzbek Girl. (1947)
55,7 x 38,2 cm
In 1947, Linda Kits-Mägi, together with her husband E. Kitts, E. Okas, and R. Sagritz were on a creative trip to Central Asia.
Studied at the Pallas Art School during 1934–1943. Married Elmar Kits in 1939 and was influenced by the great master. Nevertheless Linda Kits – Myagi obtained a distinguished individuality of her own. Oriented towards French culture and impressionism, the artist found the key to a very special colorist’s style.
Linda Kits-Mägi studied at Pallas from 1934 to 1943, married to Elmar Kits during her studies in 1939. Constant contact with his latest work did not, of course, have any effect on his character, but it was still less than one might think. Because Linda Kits-Mägi herself was a rather strong and peculiar personality of a painter, who, based on the late French Impressionist tradition, developed it in a completely individual picturesque-coloristic key.
|Dimensions||55.7 × 38.2 cm|
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