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Lyubomudrova Nina Alexandrovna (1928 - ...)  Click to play

Nina Lyubomudrova was born in Ivanovo. She studied under I. Fomichov at the Mstera Vocational Art School from 1943 to 1948. After Lyubomudrova graduated, she began working at the "Proletarian Art Factory" in 1949 until she recently retired in 1990. She was the factory's leading artist from 1974 to 1978. She also taught miniature painting techniques at the Mstera Vocational Art School from 1954 to 1960.

Lyubomudrova has also participated in art exhibits since 1948, and received the title of "Honored Artist of Russia" in 1984. She has been a member of the USSR Union of Artists since 1970.

Reference:

Cover Dugina G. N., Pozdnyakova V. V., 1996. THE ART OF MSTIORA. CATALOG OF MSTIORA ART MUSEUM EXHIBITS. Vladimir "POKROVA" Publishers ISBN 5-87393-002-3

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N.A. Lubomudrova's works are sited in these books:



I. Kultyshev K.N., 1999, MSTYORA LACQUERED MINIATURE, CENTER OF TRADITIONAL MSTYORA MINIATURE:

1. Casket "Ruslan and Lyudmila", # 175.

II. RUSSIAN LACQUERS, V/O ROSVNESHTORG, 1989, Moscow, USSR:

1. Casket "Gossipers", page 49, # 5.

2. Casket "Ruslan and Lyudmila", page 49, # 6.

3. Casket "Morozko", page 51, # 1.

4. Casket "Little Hump-backed Horse", page 51, # 4.

5. Casket "Frog Princess", page 63, # 7.

III. Dugina G. N., Pozdnyakova V. V., 1996. THE ART OF MSTIORA. CATALOG OF MSTIORA ART MUSEUM EXHIBITS. Vladimir "POKROVA" Publishers ISBN 5-87393-002-3:

Page 62:

1. Box "The Tale of Tsar Saltan" (1978).

2. Casket "Stepan Razin" (1982).

3. Casket "Tales by A. Pushkin" (1986).

4. Casket "The Robber Brothers" (1988).

N.A. Lubomudrova's biography is sited at page 202.

IV. Voronova O. "LACQUER MINIATURE FROM MSTIORA", 1980, AURORA ART PUBLISHERS, Leningrad:

1. Casket "Ballad of colors" (1977, property of the RSFSR Ministry of Culture), # 33.

2. Casket "The Tale lf the Priest and His Workman Balda" (1963, Museum of Folk Art of the Arts and Crafts Research Institute, Moscow), # 34.

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