During the 1940s, Maurice Golubov spent his days working and painting in his apartment in Brooklyn, NY. The apartment reverberated constantly with sounds of glorious piano playing by Sylvia (wife). It was not only the piano, but the Violin and other instruments that played throughout his apartment, resulting in a good deal of trio and quartet music of the masters. As per Golubov, he developed realism out of abstraction. He brought back realistic figures from abstraction; to which he later called them metaphysical figures. He sought to paint figures that had a dignity beyond the figurative artwork of his time. This Untitled Figures miniature from 1941 is available direct through the Maurice Golubov estate.
The collector of this Miniature Painting will receive a notarized certificate of authenticity from the estate upon purchase.