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Ilinichna Weinstein-Mashurin (Aseryants)

born in 1928

Member of the Union of artists of the USSR.

(28.06.1928, Odessa) sculptor-animal painter. In 1930 he moved to Moscow. In 1944 and 1948, he studied at the Moscow secondary art school, in 1949 – 1954. – in the Moscow Institute of applied and decorative art, V. I. Gerunov.

From 1954 to 1958 he worked as a sculptor at the porcelain factory "Proletarian". His first teacher S. I. Weinstein-Mashurina considered the main artist of the plant V. S. Toot. Animal sculptures Vanshtein-Masorini: "Deer" (1954), "DOE and a baby" (1954), "Sable" (1955), "Zebra" (1957), "Ermine", performed at the factory "Proletarian", was very expressive.

In 1955, S. I. Weinstein-Mashurina performed the monumental composition by the colored plaster on the facade of a house on the Garden-Zernogradskiy street in Moscow.

In 1956 he became a member of the Union of artists of the USSR.

In 1957 he executed the sculpture "Panther on the ball." These sculptures are works that stand far above the average. The young artist proved himself in his last work as a Mature artist freely mastering the sculptural form, able to create a plastically expressive artistic images. S. I. Weinstein-Mashurina quickly turned into the finished master.

In 1959 he entered the lab of the Dmitrovsky porcelain factory for the creation of sculptures for mass production. Worked there until 1970. During the work in ZFA, it had completed the sculpture "Tiger with cub",

"Swing", "Gypsy woman", "Fish", "Stoats", "Panther in a tree", "Tigers" and "Running deer" (1959), "Puma sneaker" (1960), "Horse", "Sheep", "Deer" (1963), "Leopards", "youth Festival"" etc.

Participant of art exhibitions inside the country and abroad, including the international ceramics exhibition in Ostend. Member of MOSH (Moscow Union of artists).

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