1960's Russian Painting, 'Fishing Nets Drying' N.Volkova
1960's, Russian, oil painting on board by Soviet artist Nina Volkova (1917-1993).
Grey and salmon pink fishing nets hang in the sunshine over a jade lawn, drying. This is a very fine example of Russian art, note the crisp light as is falls across the grass, the immediacy of the passionate impressionist strokes.
Frame: Newly framed and ready to hang
CM: 44 x 35
Inches: 17 1/2 x 13 3/4
CM: 33 x 24
Inches: 13 x 9 1/2
Provenance: Russian School
Condition: Very Good
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Nina Pavlovna Volkova was born on January 28, 1917 in the village of Yuber in the Kirov region in Russia.
In 1936 she graduated from the Dnepropetrovsk Art College.
In 1946 she graduated from the Kiev Art Institute, where her teachers were K.Eleva, K.Trohimenko, M.Sharonov.
Nina Volkova was a participant of the regional art exhibitions since 1947, national and international exhibitions since 1948.
She was a Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR.
She worked in the field of easel painting, a master of genre painting, still life and landscape.
Artworks by Volkova are represented in museums, galleries and private collections in Ukraine and abroad.