Olga Della-Vos-Kardovskaya

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Olga Della-Vos-Kardovskaya Little Woman, 1910, The daughter of artist

Olga Lyudvigovna Della-Vos-Kardovskaya (Russian: Ольга Людвиговна Делла-Вос Кардовская) (1875–1952) was a Russian painter and graphic artist. From 1891 until 1894 she studied at the Schneider School in Kharkov; from 1894 to 1899 she was a student at the Academy in Saint Petersburg. She went to Munich to study at Anton Ažbe's school, staying there from 1899 to 1900. In 1900 she married painter Dmitry Kardovsky.[1]

Between 1903 and 1917 she exhibited with the New Society of Artists; from 1911 until 1916 she also exhibited with the Union of Russian Artists. She was associated with the Zhar-tsvet group from 1924 to 1928. She was included in a large 1927 exhibit in Moscow commemorating the tenth anniversary of the Russian Revolution.

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  • John Milner. A Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Artists, 1420 – 1970. Woodbridge, Suffolk; Antique Collectors' Club, 1993