Anna Semyonovna Golubkina was a Russian impressionist sculptor. As the first Russian sculptor to receive the Paris Salon prize, she is regarded as the first female Russian sculptor of note. Golubkina also had an exhibition at the prestigious Alexander III Museum. A crater on Venus is named after her.
About Anna Golubkina
Russian impressionist sculptor, known as the first notable female sculptor from Russia. She sculpted The Mist and Sleepers.
She was raised by her grandfather who was a profitable vegetable farmer.
She was the first Russian sculptor to receive the Paris Salon prize.
Her father died when she was only 2 years old.
She was an assistant to Auguste Rodin .
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- 20th-century Russian sculptors
- Russian women sculptors
- Vkhutemas faculty
- Soviet sculptors
- 19th-century Russian sculptors
- Académie Colarossi alumni
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