Sandomirskaya Beatrisa (1894-1971)

Studied at the studio of Shervud and Malashkin, St.Petersburg Academy of Arts, attended P.Bakh’s studio and the Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under S.Volnukhin. In the early 1920s she did not stand aside the constructivist experiments. She liked an atmosphere of searches, the cubists striving to an active plasticity. It was that period when she felt a passion for such kind of art and it had a great importance in her artistic career. She travelled much all over the country during her trips, later headed the State Art Studios in Orenburg, Samarkand, Bukhara, worked as a teacher of drawing in various secondary schools, decorated large halls for celebrations and designed public demonstrations.

Fisher-woman. 1937. Wood-carving. 155x60x60