Old Moscow. Childhood. 1971


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Milts Elfrida Martsovna. 1903-1974. Moscow

A Latvian, in early childhood moved with her parents to Moscow, where she permanently lived since then. Having graduated from the high school worked as a bookkeeper. In youth attended the arts studio. Began to draw systematically only when retired. Took instructions at PUAC. Milts’ water-colours, which are alike the children’s drawings, convey her reminiscences of Moscow of her childhood: its parks and squares, where she used to walk, Birds market at Trubnaya Square, where she used to buy birds, the courtyard where she used to play.

Old Moscow. Childhood. 1971

Cardboard, mixed technique. 50 ő 60



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