Francheska Alfredovna Yarbusova (Russian: Франческа Альфредовна Ярбусова), often credited as F. Yarbusova (born October 13, 1942 in Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan, USSR), is an award-winning Russian artist and the wife and collaborator of Yuriy Norshteyn, daughter of Alfred L. Yarbus a scientist famous for understanding how eye movements help us explore images. Yarbusova received a degree in film animation from VGIK in 1967, after which she began working for Soyuzmultfilm in the roles of art director or artist. She debuted as art director in the film A Little Locomotive from Romashkovo, directed by Vladimir Degtyaryov, in 1967. She also worked on other films such as A White Skin and Plasticine Hedgehog, but is primarily known for her work as the art director and artist in the films of Yuriy Norshteyn, beginning with The Battle of Kerzhenets in 1971. She is currently working with her husband on an adaptation of Gogol's Overcoat.
- 1965 — How One Man Fed Two Generals, Как один мужик двух генералов прокормил (puppets and decorations)
- 1966 — Go There, Don't Know Where, Поди туда, не знаю куда (artist)
- 1967 — A Little Locomotive from Romashkovo, Паровозик из Ромашкова (art director)
- 1968 — A White Skin, Белая шкурка (art director)
- 1969 — Plasticine Hedgehog, Пластилиновый ёжик (art director)
- 1971 — The Boy and the Ball, Мальчик и мячик (art director)
- 1971 — The Battle of Kerzhenets, Сеча при Керженце (artist)
- 1973 — The Fox and the Hare, Лиса и заяц (art director)
- 1974 — The Heron and the Crane, Цапля и журавль (art director)
- 1975 — Hedgehog in the Fog, Ёжик в тумане (art director)
- 1979 — Tale of Tales, Сказка сказок (art director)
- 20?? — The Overcoat, Шинель (art director)
Yarbusova has illustrated two books based on Norshteyn's films:
- "Сказка сказок". Ю. Норштейн. Ф. Ярбусова. 2005, «Красная площадь». ISBN 5-900743-80-2
- "Ёжик в тумане". Ю. Норштейн, Ф. Ярбусова. 2006, «Красная площадь».