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Orlova Nataliya Grigoriyevna (1976 - ...)  Click to play

Orlova Natalya Grigorievna was born in 1976 in the town of Dmitrov, Moscow Region.
In 1996 the artist finished the Fedoskino School of miniature painting. Her teachers were Gorodilin Boris Petrovich who taught painting and drawing and Sinelnikova (Kuzmenko) Viktorya Valerievna who taught production and composition. Her diploma work was a copy of the picture “The arrival of a governess in the merchant house”.
N.G. Orlova’s creative works include the following compositions:
1. “A prolonged confession” (1996);
2. “An evening on the eve of the Epiphany” (1997);
3. “It’s not a human being, but it can speak” (1996);
4. “Dragonfly” (2000);
5. “The tale of a fisherman and a fish” (2001);
6. “Humpbacked pony” (2001);
7. “Mermaids” (2001);
8. “Fishermen” (2001);
9. “The tsar” (2001);
10. “Sea fairy-tale” (2001);
11. “A bride” (2001) and others.
Works by Orlova N.G. have been displayed at the exhibition “Young talents” that was held in the Polytechnic museum.
The artist paints in oils in the realistic style. Themes of her works are fairy-tales and genre scenes. Her favorite work is the composition “Sorcerer”.
Natalya Grigorievna thinks the most important elements in her works are subject, coloring, quality of painting and painstaking painting of all details. Beginning to paint, she intends to create an interesting composition.
The artist applies in work her personal painting techniques. She paints her compositions mostly in cold and warm tones. On average it takes her a week or a couple of weeks to finish a box’s painting.
Natalya Grigorievna thinks it’s easy to recognize her works owing to color treatment and peculiar style of painting. She appreciates her works for thinness of painting and coloring.
Works by such prominent painters as V. Perov, V. Vasnetsov, K. Brullov, and K. Makovsky had a great influence on the artist’s creative work.
Natalya Grigorievna has chosen the profession of artist because she always liked to draw.
In her free time the artist likes to take photographs, meet with her friends and visit different exhibitions.
N.G. Orlova wishes kindness, good health, happiness, success, luck and prosperity to all amateurs of lacquer miniature.
Natalyia Orlova

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