Natalia Sergéyevna Goncharova

Natalia Sergéyevna Goncharova

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Ricardo Alonso Tejedor Estupiñan

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She was a main representative of the avant-garde movement of Russian painting, as well as a pioneer and founder of the so-called neo-primitivism, in which she evoked part of the traditional orthodox Christian iconography and, in turn, of Jewish and medieval themes.





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