Elizaveta Nikolaevna Aleksandrova (November 21, 1930, Leningrad) is a Russian graphic artist. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (1960), member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia (1993), member of the International Federation of Artists (IFA), member of the Association "Free Culture". Honored Artist of Russia. He lives and works in St. Petersburg.
E. N. Alexandrova was born in 1930 in Leningrad in a family of artists. Father Nikolai Sergeevich Alexandrov (1896–1942, died in the Siege of Leningrad). Mother - Evgenia Tikhonovna Arbuzova (Bebing) (1903–1993), studied in a private studio with A. I. Savinov (1924–1926), in 1930 she graduated from the graphic faculty of the Academy of Arts (her thesis was headed by A. I. Savinov).
Since 1939, she studied at the Art School. In 1957 she graduated from the graphic faculty of the Academy of Arts. The thesis - design and illustrations for the book of A. France «The Island of Penguins», the rating is excellent. Awarded the qualifications of the artist-graphics. Since 1960, a member of the Union of Artists. In 1963, the artist P. M. Kondratyev introduced Alexandrov to V. V. Sterligov. So she entered the circle created by V. V. Sterligov, of the “Old Petergof School,” where she worked under his leadership until 1973.
From 1960 to the early 1990s, Alexandrova worked in the field of book graphics, collaborating with various publishing houses - Fiction, Foreign Literature, Children's Literature. Her best works - illustrations to the books of M. A. Nexo, J.P. Polonsky, V.S. Shefner, S.I. Fingaret, R.Huh were made under the direction of V.V. Sterligov. Since the beginning of the 1990s, E. N. Alexandrova began to study painting in depth. The themes of most of the works are based on biblical subjects. Since 1991 - Member of the International Federation of Artists (IFA). Since 1993 - member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, as well as the Association «Free Culture».
Gallery of patterns
lot 6. «Son with a guitar»
paper/watercolor, 46x34 cm, 1977
Price: on demand
lot 7. «Day»
answer to the drawing by V.V. Sterligov, paper/tempera/pencil, 56x60 cm, 1996