Uzbek man eating pilaf A realistically painted figure of a man crouching on a rug, eating the

Leningrad Plant named after Lomonosov


Узбекский мужчина ест плов. Реалистичная нарисованная фигура мужчины, присевшего на коврике, и съедающего плов.

An Uzbek man eats pilaf. A realistically depicted figure of a man bent over on a carpet and eating a traditional rice dish. Blue enamel hammer and sickle stamp, engraved IK stamp. The height is 15.8 cm. The Leningrad State Porcelain Factory named after Lomonosov, a model owned by Boris Vorobyov, was created by Ivan Kuznetsov in the late 1930s /early 1940s. Boris Vorobyov (1911 - 1990) is considered to be the author of this impressive figure. He was a student of Alexander Matveev and Vasily Vatagin. Vorobyov worked at the state porcelain factory from 1936 to 1942. His sculptural work was marked by a retrospective exhibition at the Marble Palace of St. Petersburg from November 2015 to January 2016. Literature: An example in white porcelain from the collection of Yuri Traisman (catalog "Ode to Joy", New York 2008, No. 83).

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13 May 2024

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