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Olga
Konstantinovna Deineko 1897-1970 Russia

1897−1970
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Deineko Olga Konstantinovna.

1897 (Chernigovshchina) - 1970 (Moscow).
Member of the Association of Workers of the Revolutionary Poster (1931-1932).
She performed sketches of folk ornament, costumes and objects of peasant life in the Kursk and Orel gubernias (1920s, Dmitrov interregional museum of local lore, Kursk region), posters (1920-30s). The author of a number of children's books and illustrations to them (together with her husband N. N. Troshin): "How Beets Became Sugar" (Moscow, 1927), "How Cotton Became a Chintz" (Moscow, 1929), "Bread Factory No. 3 "," From rubber to galoshes "(M., 1930), etc. She took part in the design of a number of magazines.
Since 1932 she worked mainly in watercolor technique. The most famous was the series "Washerwomen".
In the 1960s she was an artist-designer at VDNKh.
Participated in exhibitions since 1932. Exhibited at the poster exhibition "Ten Years Without Lenin on the Leninist Way" (1934, Moscow), the first exhibition of watercolor painting by Moscow artists (1937, Moscow), the exhibition of graphics of Moscow artists (1939, Arkhangelsk), the sixth exhibition of the Union Moscow artists (1939, Moscow), a joint exhibition of drawings and watercolors with N.Troshin (1946, Moscow), the Moscow Regional Art Exhibition dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Soviet power (1947, Moscow), an exhibition of paintings, graphics, sculpture and decorative art of women n-artists to the International Women's Day - March 8 (1948, Moscow).
In 2000, to the 90th anniversary of N.Troshin, the "Union of Creativity" gallery hosted the "Dynasty Exhibition: Troshin, Deineko, Troshina-Deineko."
The artist's works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery and other museums.
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  • Artworks in 1 collection
  • Styles of art
    Realism
  • Techniques
    Watercolor, White
  • Art forms
    Painting
  • Subjects
    Still life, Genre scene
  • Learning