MARK MARKOV - GRINBERG (1907 - 2006) The Chelyuskinsy welcomed on the Red Square, 1934
inscription in Cyrillic «Moscow rejoices. Chelyuskintsy freed from Arctic ice captivity and returned home. Photo made with Leica camera, published and exhibited many times». (lower left), signed by M. Markov-Grinberg and dated 1934 (lower right), stamp in Cyrillic «Photo by M. Markov-Grinberg» (on the reverse) gelatin-silver print image 32.7 x 48 cm (plate 49 x 58.5 cm) printed later for an exhibition Provenance: Borodulin collection Mark Borisovich Markov-Grinberg was a Soviet photographer, photo artist and photo correspondent of the All-Union News Agency TASS. He is an honorary member of the Russian Union of Photographers. Markov-Grinberg’s works were shown in Australia, Germany, France, England, Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark, Portugal, Yugoslavia, Singapore, Hungary, Romania, Poland and other countries.