Blagoveshchenskaya Evgenia Vladimirovna
1899, St Petersburg – 1973, Leningrad (?)
Painter. Received art education at a private studio (February–October 1917–1918). Studied under Dmitry Kardovsky (from 1919) and Alfred Eberling (from 1920) at the State Free Art Studios in Petrograd and in Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin’s studio (until 1925); diploma work Watermelon Seller (Street) (1925, Scientific and Research Museum, Russian Academy of Arts). Member of SORABIS (from 1919). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1925). Worked at the Bolshoi Drama Theatre, then at the Central Wardrobe Department (1919–1920).