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Deineko [Deyneko, Dejneko], Olga [Ol'ga] Konstantinovna (1897-1970)

Well-known Ukrainian and Russian Soviet Avant-garde painter and graphic artist; poster and book designer. Born in 1897 at Chernigov Region (Ukraine). Then lived in Petrograd and Moscow. In 1919-1923 worked as assistant professor in VHUTEMAS. Deineko worked together with her husband Nikolay Troshin, the artist-in-chief of the magazine "USSR in Construction". Exhibited in 1934 (Moscow) with Gustav Klutsis; in 1937 (Moscow) with Ivan Kliun, Aristarkh Lentulov, Nadezhda Udaltsova, et al.

Information on Deyneko can be found in Milner, Bown, "Dictionnaire..." (pp. 40-41), "Stories..." (p. 179), "Moskovskie..." (see p. 64), and other sources.

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