Udaltsova Nadiya Andriyivna, 1886 - 1961

A Russian graphic artist, painter, a brilliant representative of the Russian avant-garde. Born in Orel. In 1892 she moved to Moscow. From 1905 till 1907 she studied painting in the school-studio under the guidance of K. Yuon. During 1909 - 1911 she attended Moscow studios of K. Kish and "The Tower", in 1912 - Paris Academy La Palette ("Palytra"...

A Russian graphic artist, painter, a brilliant representative of the Russian avant-garde. Born in Orel. In 1892 she moved to Moscow. From 1905 till 1907 she studied painting in the school-studio under the guidance of K. Yuon. During 1909 - 1911 she attended Moscow studios of K. Kish and "The Tower", in 1912 - Paris Academy La Palette ("Palytra"), her teachers were the such Cubists as H. Le Fauconnier and J. Metzinger. After returning to Russia she worked in the studio of V. Tatlin (1913). She participated in the exhibitions of such associations as "Jack of Diamonds", "0.10" and "Tram C" (1914 - 1915), she was a member of the group of the followers of K. Malevich "Supremus" (1916 - 1917). After the October Revolution she taught painting in the Higher state artistic and technical workshops (1920 - 1930-s) and the newly established Institute of Artistic Culture in Moscow (1920 - 1921), also she worked at Moscow Textile Institute. In the mid-1920s under the influence of her husband, painter O. Drevin, she returned to figurative painting, especially to landscape one. In 1938, after the arrest of her husband during Stalin's repressions, she saved his pictures, claiming them as her own. Her works are kept in the collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum and in private collections.

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