Honored artist of Russia.
Born November 17, 1935 in Moscow. In 1956 graduated from the Moscow regional art school "Memory of 1905", in 1962 — graphic faculty of the Moscow state art Institute named after V. I. Surikov. Studied at M. M. Cheremnykh, M. V. Motorina, N.. Ponomareva, M. A. Dobrov, P. I. Suvorov, B. Dehtereva, J. P. Rayner.
1958-1968, he worked in applied graphics on projects of trademarks, postage stamps, envelopes, and in publishing "Izogiz", "Moscow worker", "Soviet writer", "Young guard", the newspaper "Trud", "Evening Moscow", "Moscow truth". Contributed illustrations to many works by Soviet and foreign writers. In 1969 he joined the Union of artists of the USSR.
Group exhibitions: exhibition of the Czechoslovak and Soviet artists in Moscow, Riga, Prague and Bratislava (1976-1981); exhibition of Czechoslovak and Soviet artists in Moscow, Riga, Prague and Bratislava (1976-1981); exhibition of Soviet artists, together with artists of the city of Duisburg (Germany) is in Vilnius (1985) and in Duisburg (1986).
Solo exhibitions: exhibition of easel graphic works (Moscow, 1968); exhibitions in Leningrad, Vyborg, Arkhangelsk, Severomorsk.
In 1964 D. A. Nadein received the award at the International competition in UXO projects postage stamps dedicated to the Olympic games in Tokyo. In 1977 she was awarded a diploma of the Union of artists of the USSR, 1981 — the silver medal. M. B. Grekova in a series of graphic works and paintings, dedicated to the Soviet Army.
The constant participant of Republican and all-Union exhibitions and exhibitions of Soviet art abroad.
Works of the artist are in museums in the USSR and abroad (Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Vietnam), as well as in private collections in many countries of the world.