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Василевна Гольдингер

Ekaterina, Goldinger — Soviet Russian painter and art critic. Memoirist.
He studied painting from the K. A. Savitsky (1896), then L. O. Pasternak. Since 1905 art education continued in Paris — the Merson and F. Cormon.
Since 1904 began to participate in exhibitions. Exhibited at the exhibitions of Moscow society of art lovers (1904-1905), the Spring exhibitions in the halls of IAH (1904-1906), the Moscow Association of artists (1905-1918 and 1924), Union of Russian artists (1910, 1911, 1913-1915, 1922-1923), the New society of artists (1910 and 1917). Also participated in exhibitions abroad: world exhibition in Rome (1910), XIV International exhibition of art in Venice (1924).
Lived in Moscow, in the Big Rzhevsky lane in his own house. He painted portraits, landscapes, still lifes, genre compositions; many worked in the techniques of pastels and watercolors. In 1910-ies commissioned by the publishing house "I. Knebel" has completed illustrations for Grimm's fairy tales, by Hans Christian Andersen, Arabian tales.
In 1918-1921 he studied at the historical-philological faculty of Moscow University, worked in the Commission of the people's Commissariat for the description of the nationalized art collections[2]; designed productions, worked in book illustration.
In the Soviet years participated in the 2nd exhibition of paintings of the trade Union painters (1918), 4th state exhibition of paintings (1919), "22 artists" (1927), art works for the 10th anniversary of the October revolution (1928) in Moscow; also on the exhibition of paintings, sculptures and art industry in Ryazan (1918), 1 St public exhibition of art and science in Kazan (1920), "Artists of the RSFSR XV years" in Leningrad (1932-1933) and others.
Connoisseurs of Russian art E. V., Goldinger known primarily as a critic. In 1923-1939 she was the guardian of the French Department of the picture gallery at the Museum of fine arts (national Museum of fine anapaula has a monograph on I. P. Argunov, taught at MSU. In the last years of her life, she wrote the native Big rzhevskii lane — the same house and yard in different lighting and at different times of the year.cosst them. A. S. Pushkin), then worked in the Museum-estate "Kuskovo".

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