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#002931

Title: Ballet Dancer
Artist: Slaeva Liliana
Size: 7.5x11x3
Size (inches): 3x4x1.25
Price : $495 SOLD!

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This box was painted by young, but already very well-known artist Liliana Slaeva.
Liliana lives in the town of Lobnya, not far from Fedoskino. She used to work at the Fedoskino Factory under the guidance of Famous artist and teacher Gennady Ivanovich Larishev, in one of his last experimental group of artists .
This box definitely will attract the admirers of the Russian Ballet that is considered to be the best among another ballet schools. Such great ballet dancers as Anna Pavlova (1881-1931), Galina Ulanova (1910-1998), Rudolf Nureyev (1938-1993), Maris Liepa (1936-1989), Mikhail Baryshnikov (1948), Maya Plisetskaya (1925), Vladimir Vasiliev (1940) and many, many others won the affection of the world's audience. The Moscow Bolshoy Theatre and the St.-Petersburg Maryinsky Theatre are world-famous. Russian influence on ballet continues today, as many talented Russian ballet dancers give performances all over the World.
The theme of the Russian Ballet is very popular among Fedoskino artists, and this work painted by Slaeva continues this series. The background of the box is painted in gray and brown tones; the costume of the lady-dancer is snow-white. Looking at the box you having the impression, that the dancer is weightless! The quality of the painting is outstanding, details of the costume are just amazing!
The box is constructed from paper-mache. Black lacquer is used to paint the exterior of the box while red lacquer completes the interior of the work. A hinge is fastened to the left of the scene, and the box rests on a flat bottom. the box is signed with the village of Fedoskino, year (2004) and the name of the artist.




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