Leporskaya Anna Alexandrovna
1900–1982  

LEPORSKAYA Anna Alexandrovna

February 1, 1900 (Chernigov) — 1982 (Leningrad)

Master of decorative and applied arts, painter, graphic artist


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Лепорская, Анна Александровна

Biography

LEPORSKAYA Anna Alexandrovna

February 1, 1900 (Chernigov) — 1982 (Leningrad)

Master of decorative and applied arts, painter, graphic artist

Anna Leporskaya was born to a family of a teacher. She spent her childhood in Vyatka and in Pskov, where she finished a gymnasium. For some time she worked as a teacher in school. In 1918–1922 Leporskaya studied in the School of Industrial Art in Pskov, in 1922–1925 — at Petrograd State Free Art Studios — the Higher State Artistic and Technical Workshops (VKhUTEMAS), under the guidance of K. S. Petrov-Vodkin. In 1925–1927 Leporskaya studied and worked in the State Institute of Artistic Culture (GINKhUK) under K. S. Malevich. In the same years she met the pupil of Malevich — the painter N. N. Suetin; later he married her.

Leporskaya lived in Petrograd (Leningrad). She travelled a lot through the country. Leporskaya was engaged in easel painting and graphic art; she often created watercolours. She painted landscapes, still lifes and portraits. Since 1927 she took part in exhibitions of art. Leporskaya also worked as a designer of exhibitions. She designed art section of the pavilion of the USSR at the Paris World Fair (1937), took part in the design of the USSR pavilion at the World exhibition in New York (1939).

During the Great Patriotic War, Leporskaya was in Leningrad under siege; she was involved in preparation of pieces of art for evacuation from the State Hermitage Museum, and worked in a hospital. Leporskaya created design of the gravestone of Alexander Nevsky (1942), created colour scheme for Kirov State Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet (1944).

Since 1942 Leporskaya worked as a sculptor at the Leningrad Lomonosov Porcelain Factory, since 1948 she was a staff artist at the factory, designed forms of porcelain pieces. Leporskaya is the author of tea and coffee services Cone (1945), Soviet (1951–1954), Still life (1959–1960), Gold Agashka (1965; Agashka is a Russian porcelain painting), Vertical, Dog rose, Drop, Russia, Russian Lubok (Lubok is Russian folk art), Spring. Birds, New Buildings (1950s–1970s), decorative vases Early Spring (1958), RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic), and Gladiolus. In 1962 Leporskaya was awarded gold medal for the service Leningrad at the international exhibition of ceramics in Prague.

Anna Leporskaya was conferred the title of the Honoured Artist of RSFSR (Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic). She was a laureate of the I. E. Repin State Prize of the RSFSR.

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