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Kashyna (Kashyna-Pamyatnykh) Nina Vasylivna (1903 - 1985)

A Russian artist, painter and graphic artist. Well known as a master of thematic paintings, landscapes, artist of books. Born in Perm. She studied at Perm Art School, during 1923 - 1930 - at the Higher state artistic and technical workshops (under the guidance of M. Kupriyanov and W. Favorskyy). Since 1928 she was a member of the artistic association called Rost ("Development"). A member of the "13" group, participated in the first (1929) and the second (1930) shows of the group. She exhibited her works at the exhibition at Moscow House of Artists (1977, gouache paintings of the artist from this exhibition were acquired by the State Museum of Fine Arts), the State Tretyakov Gallery (1986), the State Russian Museum (1988); the State Museum of Fine Arts (1989), as well as she participated in the foreign exhibitions - in Budapest (1987) and Vienna (1988). She lived and worked in Moscow. Her works are kept in the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, the State Museum of Fine Arts, in the Art Museums of Perm, Saratov, etc.

Painters works:

Auction 9 Lot 34



A pair «A room. Evening», 1932
paper, ink, graphite pencil; 1824


Price: 1 500 3000 $


Auction 5 Lot 41


Paired work«A room with a semicircular window», beginning of 1930s.
paper, ink, pencil, 15.8 x21, 8;
A room with round table and a fireplace, beginning of 1930s.
paper, watercolor, white, graphite pencil; 19,828,8


Price: 1 500 3000 $