On December 10, a Google interface appeared images of Zinaida Serebriakova, an artist who has contributed to the world’s fine arts, on the 136th anniversary of her birth.
The At the dressing-table is chosen by Google to be one of her representative works. Zinaida Serebriakova (1884-1967) was a Russian painter. She has many contributions to the world painting industry with many excellent works such as: At breakfast, Bleaching cloth, Windows. At the dressing-table Selfie is the first work that marks the first hit for Zinaida. year 1909.
Zinaida Serebriakova was born into a prestigious family with artistic traditions. Therefore, she had access to education and painting from a very early age. Later, Zinaida attended an art school and received help and guidance from many famous artists at that time.
During the period from 1914 to 1917, Zinaida Serebriakova composed a lot and left a deep impression on critics. A series of paintings by her author on the subject of life in the countryside and the working scenes of the farmers at that time.
She married early and has four children. However, war has changed everything completely. Zinaida’s husband was arrested and lost in prison; the family economy also declined because of war. In the end, she had to force herself to raise her children while continuing to pursue her passion.
It was during the difficult times that this woman’s strength became more visible. Her works continue to admire art lovers. Few people imagine, a woman must bear so many responsibilities and still be able to compose creatively.
In 1924, Zinaida Serebriakova and her children had to be separated temporarily for many objective reasons. During this time, the female painter lived in France and became more and more active in the artistic path.
Also during her time in France, Zinaida had a lot of contributions to the development of world painting. She has many quality exhibitions and also won many awards for her paintings.
This is also the time when Zinaida’s style changes. She focused more on landscape and nature paintings in the places she used to go.
Zinaida Serebriakova died in 1967 and was buried in Paris. Her dedication to world art and painting has always been remembered.