A. Pushkin, The Tale of the Fisherman and the Golden Fish, 2011 [Izomaterial: electronic resource] / rice: EV Shipitsova. - Electronic data (1 file: 2.9 MB). - (Moscow:, ). - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Presidential Library named after B.N. Yeltsin. Published in the publication: Shipitsova E. Favorites. [At 3 o'clock]. Part 3 / Elena Shipitsova; [comp. O. Yu. Efimov]. [B. m., 2015]. 256 pp. Electronic reproduction of the drawing. Reproduction of the graphic work "A.C. Pushkin, The Tale of the Fisherman and the Goldfish, (2011), the artist - Elena Shipitsova .Paper, pen, ink. Elena Shipitsova is a Moscow graphic artist, a member of the Union of Artists of Russia, the Association of Artists of the Russian Nobility Assembly, the Union of Journalists of Russia, the Moscow Nobility Assembly, the Society of the Descendants of the Patriotic War of 1812, the author of the emblem of the Union of Women of Russia (1996). The most famous with illustrations to the works of Alexander Pushkin, works with pen and ink, without preliminary sketches.It is the guardian of the rare in our day graphic manner of drawing typical for the nineteenth century.In the creative baggage of the artist - thousands of works, more than one hundred personal and collective exhibitions on around the world, several dozen books with drawings of the artist.The author's works are in the collection of the Imperial Russian House and other Imperial Houses of Europe, as well as in museums in Russia and abroad. Materials used: site "ArtNow.ru" - contemporary art "(http://artnow.ru/gallery/0/10728.html), publications: Shipitsova E. V. Selected. [In 3 hours] / Elena Shipitsova; [compiled by O.Yu. Yefimov] [B.M., 2015]
I. Efimov, Oleg Yurievich (expert on the history of the Russian nobility, material expert) .1. Pushkin, Alexander Sergeevich (1799-1837). "A Tale of a Fisherman and a Fish" - Illustrations. 2. The people (the collection). 3. Russian language (collection). 4. AS Pushkin (collection). 5. Graphics - Russian Federation.
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Source of electronic copy: From private collection Place for keeping the original: From private collection