Janovna Mellup

Russia • 1919−1973

Biography and information

Thesis in the CVC - "youth", the rating is satisfactory. The training took place at the sculpture faculty. Awarded the title of artist-sculptor.

French. Father Melup Ian E. (1888-1941 in the blockade), French, Latvian farmer. Mother Bluther Madeline Heroldova, the daughter of an artist, an architect, a teacher of French at the University.

1937 — he finished school

1938 — entered the Academy of fine arts at the sculpture Department (prepared for the Mature and G. A. Schultz).

1940 — participant of the Exhibition of porcelain in the Russian Museum

1942 — was not evacuated with the Academy to Samarkand, and left with his family in Leningrad. Worked at the plant "Soyuztransproekt" in paramilitary protection. Later evacuated with the children's sister and daughter Vasilisa in Kyrgyzstan on lake Issyk-Kul, where he worked chernoruche at the farm. Voroshilova.

1943 — moved to Kazan to her older sister.

1944 — convicted on false charges and sentenced to 5 years in labor camps. 11 months spent in the Kharkiv prison, and then sent to the construction of the Vorkuta railway, but following a review released in 24 hours and returned to Kazan.

1945 — Academy of arts has caused Melup to continue his studies.

1948 — graduated from the Academy (diploma in workshop of A. T. Matveev and joined the Union of artists (likely candidate, listed in CX 1952)

1952-1954, he taught in Yakut art College

1965 — had relatives in France

1967 — he was nominated for the title of "Honored artist of the RSFSR"

Work: Portraits: V. K. Kuchelbecker, A. A. Delvig, P. Y. Chaadaev, G. R. Derzhavin, N. M. Karamzin, V. A. Zhukovsky. Headstone: Vitali Bianchi. Architectural-decorative plastics: the Station in Pushkin — E. G. Chelpanov.

bas "Banner of peace".

The reliefs of the hall of the Moscow station — With Vera Isayeva Piskaryovskoye memorial cemetery

Sea horses and dolphins. Reinforced cement Sculptors J. J. Melup (the source of the spelling of the name admitted the error, ’J. Y. Meeup’). Kochukov S. and I. A. venkova (Saint-Petersburg, Vasilievsky island, Bolshoy prospect, house 87 and 89 architect I. M. chaiko, early 1950s; in front of each facade on four stone pillars, complete with statues of sea horses, supporting greatly extended balconies. The symmetrical balconies and pilasters topped with sculptural images of dolphins).

The bas-relief of the Soviet pavilion at the world exhibition in Brussels (1958) — Silver medal

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