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Raisa
Grigorievna Alyoshina (Mikhailova)

Russia 
1932−2006
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Born in 1932 in Leningrad. In 1950 he graduated from the School № 17. In 1951 held courses in Verbilki, where she was awarded the title of artist. In 1951 - 1959 - the artist in Sochi. The main activity - the creation of a pictorial decoration on the porcelain wares: Cutlery sets "Yellow poppies", "Barberry", on vases, souvenir products (for example, on the theme of the VI world festivala of youth and students in 1957 in Moscow), big anniversary vases with portraits of public figures and floral ornaments.

In 1960 Chitinskoi factory was created by the arts Council. Since then, the search for new methods of painting, new subjects and styles made khajjtinskijj porcelain porcelain visible among other domestic plants. Hayit was to take his face. And this to a large extent it owes Raisa G. Aleshina, the artist managed to find his own handwriting, mellow, emotional, beautiful stroke. Has long been countless purple-pink, lemon-gold, pearl-matte, cobalt blue and silvery-green painting on porcelain has brought her deserved fame. Raisa G. – the author of many paintings of tea pairs, sets, vases, various sets. Its products were exhibited at many exhibitions - both individual and regional. Painting Raisa Grigorievna rich, sometimes even luxurious, but it is available for copying and reproduction of ordinary respectam, making possible the transfer of the painting in mass production. This is no coincidence. Raisa Grigorievna perfectly knows the production technology, feels the soul of China. Its development is almost always accepted with "excellent". The manner of this artist is easily recognized, it cannot be confused with works of other painters on porcelain.

From the book: I. I. Kozlov. "Bells don't stop".

Irkutsk. East-Siberian book publishing house. 1979, pp. 115-158.

1978 - 1992 - the chief artist of the Dobrush porcelain factory (Belarus)

Died 15 January 2006.

An extensive collection of author's works is in private collections and in the Gomel regional Museum.

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