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Romanovskaya Anna Andreevna (1975 - ...)  Click to play

Romanovskaya Anna Andreevna was born in 1975 in the town of Dmitrov, Moscow Region.

In 1996 the artist finished the Fedoskino Art School. Her teachers were Gorodilin Boris Petrovich and Kuzmenko-Sinelnikova Victoria Valerievna. Her diploma work included four creative works with trays and a copy.

Now Anna Andreevna works at the Fedoskino factory of miniature art, at home and teaches in the Fedoskino Art School.

A.A. Romanovskaya's works are exhibited in the Museum of Fedoskino Art School.

The artist paints in the realistic style, keeping within the limits of Fedoskino School. She likes to depict allegorical subjects. Beginning her work, the artist intends to achieve softness, harmony and completeness in a miniature. Her works are notable for realism, naturalness and peculiar precision of drawing. It usually takes her a week to create a composition.

Painting of such prominent artists as Karapaev and Soloninkin had influence on A.A. Romanovskaya's creative work.

The artist likes painting very much and paints even in her free time.

Anna Andreevna wishes to her admires of not loose interest to the art of Fedoskino lacquered miniature.

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