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Vorob'evsky [Vorob'iovsky, Vorob'yovsky, Vorobyovsky, Vorobiovsky, Vorobevsky, Vorob'evskiy, Vorob'iovskiy, Vorob'yovskiy, Vorobyovskiy, Vorobiovskiy, Vorobevskiy, Vorob'evskii, Vorob'iovskii, Vorob'yovskii, Vorobyovskii, Vorobiovskii] (1906-1992)

Well-known Russian Soviet Avant-garde artist known mostly for his porcelain works. Lived in Leningrad. In some of his works used forms designed by Nikolay Suetin.

Information on him can be found in Milner and other sources.

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Item ID: i0758

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