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Razumovskaya Yulia
Yulia Razumovskaya studied at the BogolyubovArtSchoolin Saratov. In 1925 she finished the Higher State Artistic and Technical Workshops (VKhUTEMAS) in Moscow. Razumovskaya was a member of the art group Zhar-Tsvet (“Fiery flower”, 1928–1933). She made a trip with expedition on restoration of architecture monuments to Bukhara and Samarkand. The exotic Orient inspired the artist. She drew graphical series Types of Old Bukhara, Dungan women of Semirechye and others. Her manner of painting was characterized by elements of constructivism and plastic art of the Orient. Since 1930s, in Soviet period, Razumovskaya began to paint in realism style. However at the end of her life Razumovskaya returned to the impressions of her youth and painted big decorative pictures withinCentral Asia cycle in 1960s–1970s. Works by Yulia Razumovskaya are in many museum collections, including the State Tretyakov Gallery, theStateRussianMuseum, many regional museums of former USSR, and theSolomonR.GuggenheimMuseuminNew York.
Advertising pillar
Year: 1933
Genre: Graphics
Technique: Бумага, гуашь
Size: 39.3х25.1
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