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Baburin Nikolay Ivanovich (1930 - ...)  Click to play

Nikolay Ivanovich Baburin was born in Kholuy in 1930. He became a miniature artist upon his graduation from the Kholuy Art School in 1947. His teachers were K. V. Kosterin, S. A. Mokin, and P. N. Kiselev. Worked at the Kholuy Lacquer Miniature Factory since 1947. Member of the RSFSR Artists' Union since 1964, Merited artist of the RSFSR since 1976, and is winner of the Repin State Prize of the RSFSR (1970).

Baburin has exhibited since 1946. His major works include "The Lay of Igor's Host" (1958), "The Tale of the Psaltery Player" (1961) "Dobrynia Nikitich" (1966), "The Tale of Danila the Craftsman" (1978), "The Snowmaiden" (1971), "The Tale of Kozhemyaka" (1970), "The Tale of Tsar Berendei" (1976), "Morozko's Gifts" (1976), "City Siege by Pechenegs" (1984), and "A Fair in Old KHoluy" (1979).

Soloviova L. N., 1991, "KHOLUY LACQUERED MINIATURES", INTERBOOK, Moscow, 5-7664-0696-7

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