(1900-1961) loved to draw amazing live flowers, and to create her compositions she went to them with an easel, sometimes walking many kilometers in search of them. She said “I never plucked them, because I believed that flowers have a soul”. All her life she lived in the village, which she could not leave without the permission of the local authorities, therefore she did not have a professional art education and had to work in a collective farm. In the 50s, recognition comes to her, and her works begin to be exhibited. In 1954, three of her works were included in an exhibition in Paris.
July 27, 2023