Natalia Goncharova: Russia's most expensive female avant-garde painter

In the 1920s, Natalia painted a lot and worked on designing books and theater sets. In the 1950s, she created a series of still lifes and "cosmic" paintings. Natalia Goncharova died in Paris in 1962. / Still Life with a Tiger

In the 1920s, Natalia painted a lot and worked on designing books and theater sets. In the 1950s, she created a series of still lifes and "cosmic" paintings. Natalia Goncharova died in Paris in 1962. / Still Life with a Tiger

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The largest exhibition on Natalia Goncharova in one hundred years opened in Moscow. Goncharova was one of the most famous representatives of Russian avant-garde art and the “dearest” Russian artists.

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