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Esther
Solomonovna Pembek-Guretskaya

Russia 
1877−1942
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Born in 1877 in Kherson, he studied at the school. In 1910 he graduated from the art school of Baron Stieglitz, trained at the sèvres porcelain manufactory.She married the painter J. V. Gorecki Worked at the Imperial porcelain factory

in the technique of "Translucid" (FR. translucide – translucent), imitating traditional Chinese ceramics, adorned with openwork pattern, filled with a transparent glaze. Appliances Welt decor "rice grain" was used by Chinese craftsmen in the XVIII century.

Openwork ornament was cut on Adobe product. Slot traditional forms of "rice grain" or in the form of stars and circles filled with glaze which after firing, would become transparent, so that the post exquisite decorative effect. Artist E. P. Pember-gorecka applied the technique of "Translucid" in combination with a counter-relief decoration, and underglaze painting, doing small vases, boxes, boxes, lampshades.

Later she lived in Moscow, worked as a teacher of fine arts in the Tatar school (she taught in the Tatar language)

Died in 1942 in the city of Saransk

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