Alexandrovna Benoit (Clement)

Russia • 1898−1972

(Popova, Vyshnegradsky, Braslav, Clement) (1898, Paris – 1972, Paris)

Daughter Of Alexander Benois. In 1916-1917 he studied at the New art Studio at A. E. Yakovlev; in 1918-1919 – in the Petrograd free art educational workshops D. N. Kardovsky.

From 1926 she lived in Paris. Created landscapes, portraits, still lifes in watercolor and oil. Worked as a theatre designer; in 1928-1929 served as scenery for the ballets at the Opera based on sketches by his father. In 1937 he worked with his father on scenery to the oratorio "Joan of Arc at the stake". The author of surreal compositions, sketches of stained-glass Windows of the Church in Rozenbroka. The son of the architect Petr Braslavsky (1930-1995).

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