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Development of Porcelain Plastics in 1950 - 1960s in a Creative Work of a Leningrad Porcelain Artist Anatoly Kiselyov
Abstract.Based on the analysis of sculpture pieces from St. Petersburg collections (Yelagin Palace, State Russian Museum, Museum of Porcelain and Chess, St. Petersburg State Museum of Theatre and Music, Leningrad Museum of Everyday Culture 1945-1965 Years) and Soviet porcelain catalogues, Ivanova analyzes creative activity of a Leningrad artist Anatoly Kiselyov in terms of the development of the Soviet art industry of the 1950 - 1960s. The most famous and the brightest images were created by the master during his work in art workshops of Leningrad Porcelain Factory under the State Research Ceramic Institute. The porcelain of this factory was throught to be second-rate and was not accepted by Soviet criticism and art critics. Activation of museum exhibition activities over the past years using Anatoly Kiselyov's sculpture creates the acute need in a more in-depth analysis of the master's porcelain in particular and porcelain produced at the Factory in general. For this purpose, the author has offered her own classification of porcelain made by Anatoly Kiselyov in accordance with the mofits, plots and stylistic solutions typical for the Khrushchev Thaw. The author uses this classification to describe the role of the artist in the process of implementing new doctrines and arts and crafts concepts.
Keywords: fairy-tale motifs, L.N. Smorgon, V.V. Sterligov, the ballet Petrushka, art industry, LFOP, Experimental factory, A.A. Kiselyov, thaw, soviet porcelain
Article was received:24-04-2018
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .