MAYA KOPITZEVA

Teatime - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Teatime (KOP-50)
City window - MAYA KOPITZEVA
City window (KOP-32)
View - MAYA KOPITZEVA
View (KOP-103)
Still life - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Still life (KOP-95)
Stll life with peppers - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Stll life with peppers (KOP-79)
Apples - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Apples (KOP-77)
Wildflowers - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Wildflowers (KOP-58)
Lilacs - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Lilacs (Kop-15)
Still life with pomegranates and pears - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Still life with pomegranates and pears (Kop-22)
Window, garden, apples - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Window, garden, apples (KOP-93)
Flowers on the windowsill - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Flowers on the windowsill (KOP-67)
Lilacs - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Lilacs (KOP-16)
Bananas - MAYA KOPITZEVA
Bananas (Kop-63)

Maya KOPITZEVA (Gagra, Georgia, 1924 - Saint Petersburg, 2005)

Maya Kuzminichna Kopitzeva is regarded as one of the major representatives of the Leningrad School of painting, most famous for her still life works.
She was born in 1924 in Georgia, but the following year the family moved to St. Petersburg. Pupil of Boris Fogel, Leonid Ovsiannikov and Alexander Zaytsev at the Ilya Repin Institute, in 1951 she graduated in Boris Ioganson's workshop. Since that year Maya Kopitseva began an intense productive and exhibition activity in Russia and abroad.
She was a member of the Saint Petersburg Union of Artists, which before 1992 was the Leningrad branch of the Union of Artists of the Russian Federation. In 2001 she was awarded the honorary title of Artist of the Russian Federation.

MUSEUMS

Moscow, The Ministry of Culture Collection
St. Petersburg, Fine Arts Academy Museum
Krasnoiarsk, Fine Arts Museum
Novgorod, Fine Arts Museum
Novosibirsk, Fine Arts Museum
Vologda, Modern Art Museum
Ivanovo, Fine Arts Museum
Kaliningrad, Modern Art Museum

Works by Maya Kopitzeva are permanently dealt by the Pirra Art Gallery and are published in coloured monographs edited by the Gallery.