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.
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.
- Krasnopivtsev, Anatoly. "Ольга Людвиговна Делла-Вос Кардовская".
- John Milner. A Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Artists, 1420 – 1970. Woodbridge, Suffolk; Antique Collectors' Club, 1993
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