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Brovkina Natalya Yuryevna (1965 - ...)  Click to play

Brovkina Nataliya Yurievna

Was born in 1965 in the village of Palekh in Ivanovo region, where she currently resides.

Nataliya graduated from the Palekh Art School in 1987, where she studied under Gordeev, A.V. Borunov, N. Vikhrev and Nemtiniv. The artist paints in the traditions of Yaroslavl-Suzdal School, so she uses the technique of papier-mache and tempera paints.

She likes to paint genre scenes, as well as themes of bylinas and fairy-tales. Nataliya has author works, among them "Sadko", "Cinderella", "Cat in Boots", "Red Hat", "Snow-White", "Mermaid", "Musicians of Bremen", "The Flying Ship", "The Tale of the Fish and Fisherman", "Sleeping Princess", "The Princess Frog", "Maugli", "Snow Queen", "Trampled Shoes", "The Princess on a Pea", "Wild Swan", "The Stable Tin Soldier", "The Little Humpbacked Horse", "The Tale of Golden Cockerel".

Upon starting a new piece, Brovkina sets a goal to present a chosen theme in unusual and interesting way. She likes to use different colors in her miniatures. So the peculiarity of her works is choice of themes and variety of colors.

Nataliya considers a piece to be finished, when she begins to like its execution after gold painting. The master would like people to remember thinness and execution of her artwork.

In spare time Nataliya grows flowers, works in her kitchen garden, she likes to do needlework, to gather mushrooms and to read.

The artist wishes love and all the best to the admirers of her art, she would like her pieces to bring gladness and warmth of her soul to their lives.

Bratchikova Ye. K., 1996, "MINIATURISTS OF PALEKH. NAME REFERENCE", RUSSLIT, Moscow, 5-7739-0001-7, 5-86508-035-0

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