A SOVIET PORCELAIN FIGURE OF AN UZBEK LAUNDRESS

Leningrad Plant named after Lomonosov


A SOVIET PORCELAIN FIGURE OF AN UZBEK LAUNDRESS

A SOVIET PORCELAIN FIGURE OF AN UZBEK LAUNDRESS AFTER A 1928 MODEL BY NIKOLAI MURATOV, STATE PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY. Height 15 cm. Related literature: For similar works, see T.N. Nosovich, I.P. Popova, Gosudarstvennyi Farforovyi Zavod 1904-1944 (State Porcelain Manufactory 1904-1944), St Petersburg Orkestr, 2005, pp. 396, 597. L. Nikiforova, Russian Porcelain in the Hermitage Collection, Leningrad, Aurora Art Publishers, 1973, ill. 160.Depicting a traditionally dressed Uzbek woman washing laundry, impressed under base with hammer and sickle factory mark and initials of modeller Ivan Kuznetsov, inscribed in red-brown "Made in Russia".

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