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Home Soviet Art Soviet Art (S - Z) Saveleva, Valentina

Saveleva, Valentina

Valentina Saveleva - ConversationValentina Saveleva - Woman on the DivanValentina Saveleva - Girl in Red KerchiefValentina Saveleva - Hay CuttersValentina Saveleva - MinerValentina Saveleva - GirlValentina Saveleva - BabushkaValentina Saveleva - HorseValentina Saveleva - The CellistValentina Saveleva - The NewsValentina Saveleva - Woman in Blue
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Conversation
Valentina Saveleva - Conversation

46 3/8" x 43"  oil on canvas signed 1975

Woman on the Divan
Valentina Saveleva - Woman on the Divan
19 1/4″ x 16 1/8″   oil on canvas   signed   1965   framed
Girl in Red Kerchief
Valentina Saveleva - Girl in Red Kerchief

  SOLD

Hay Cutters
Valentina Saveleva - Hay Cutters

SOLD 48 3/8″ x 29 1/2″   oil on canvas   signed

Miner
Valentina Saveleva - Miner

  SOLD

Girl
Valentina Saveleva - Girl

  SOLD

Babushka
Valentina Saveleva - Babushka

SOLD

Horse
Valentina Saveleva - Horse

SOLD

The Cellist
Valentina Saveleva - The Cellist

SOLD

The News
Valentina Saveleva - The News

SOLD

Woman in Blue
Valentina Saveleva - Woman in Blue

SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

1938 - 

Valentina Petrovna Saveleva was born in 1938 in Leningrad (St. Petersburg), Russia. She attended the Leningrad Art College until 1958, at which time she was accepted into the  prestigious Repin Institute. Following her graduation from the Institute in  1964, Saveleva became a member of the Leningrad Union of Artists.

As an official artist of the Soviet Union, Saveleva participated in Academy exhibitions in 1962-64 and Leningrad Union of Artists shows throughout the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. She also exhibited at the Leningrad Artists’ Exhibition in Moscow in 1966. Her works may be found in collections in Russia, Western Europe and the United States.

She is listed on page 274 of Matthew Bown’s, A Dictionary of Twentieth Century Russian and Soviet Painters, 1900-1980’s.