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Konstantin Gorbatov (1876~1945 Germany) | He moved to Berlin in 1926; he was forbidden to leave Germany during WWII; died shortly after the allied victory over Germany on May 12, 1945; his wife committed suicide on 17 July 1945

Konstantin Gorbatov (1876~1945 Germany) | He moved to Berlin in 1926; he was forbidden to leave Germany during WWII; died shortly after the allied victory over Germany on May 12, 1945; his wife committed suicide on 17 July 1945

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'Coffee at a Winter Window' by Konstantin Gorbatov (1876~1945 Germany) | He moved to Berlin in 1926; he was forbidden to leave Germany during WWII; died shortly after the allied victory over Germany on May 12, 1945; his wife committed suicide on 17 July 1945

1902 BLACK CAT ON A WINDOWSILL by Konstantin (Ivanovich) Gorbatov (Russia 1876~1945 Germany) | Impressionism, Art Nouveau

Konstantin Gorbatov (1876 — 1945, Russia - Germany) The Doge's Palace. Venice. Gouache on paper. 35.7 x 47.8 cm.