Walter Spies (1895 – 1942)

Der Karusell / The Merry-go-round (1922)

Die schwarze Sterling / The Black Sterling (1920)

Des Abschied / Farewell (1921)

Preager Landschaft / Preager Landscape (ca. 1920s)

Scherzo für Blechinstrumente / Scherzo for Brass Instruments (1939)

Dorfstrasse / Village Street (1929)

Die Lanschaft und ihre Kinder / The Landscape and Her Children (1939)

Lanschaft mit Schattenkuh / Landscape with a Cow’s Shadow (1939)

Iseh im Morgenlicht / Iseh in Morning Light (1938)

Walter Spies in Nekljudowo near Moscow, the family’s summer residence (ca. 1905)

Mikhail Tsyganov:
WALTER SPIES-1: A RUSSIAN “GERMAN ARTIST”
WALTER SPIES-2: A RUSSIAN OR A ‘RUSSIAN-BORN’?
WALTER SPIES-3: A STRANGER IN HIS NATIVE LAND
WALTER SPIES-4: WALJA AT THE SULTAN’S COURT AND IN BALI

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