Favorite artists of our childhood - Mavrina (Mavrina-Lebedeva) Tatyana Alekseevna - part 1 (474 works)

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Mavrina (Mavrina-Lebedeva) Tatyana Alekseevna (1902-1996) lived a long life and did not stop working for more than seven decades. Contemporaries recalled the cheerful disposition and smile with which she began any business. Her hard work admired those around her, but Mavrina herself never understood this admiration: drawing, painting for her was as natural and necessary as breathing. Tatyana Mavrina's path in children's illustration began with the fairy tales of A. S. Pushkin. The artist’s first book was “The Tale of the Dead Princess,” published in 1949. Almost ten years later, her “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” was published. The artist herself said: in order to make drawings for Pushkin, “you need to live and think, return to your childhood.” Tatyana Mavrina has been illustrating the fairy tales of her beloved poet all her life. It was A.S. Pushkin who determined her artistic personality and place in art. Tatyana Mavrina is the only Soviet artist awarded the H. H. Andersen Prize for her contribution to the illustration of children's books.

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