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Ekaterina Sergeevna Zernova
(1900 - 1995)
Zernova was born in April of 1900, daughter of a natural history museum curator. Her family moved to Moscow when she was 14 and she began to study in the private studio of F. Rerberg for three years. After she studied at the State Free Art Studios until 1924. In addition to her artistic education she studied at the Physics and Mathematics Faculty of Moscow University. She was a Member of the Moscow Union of Soviet Artists (1932), book illustrator, poster and monumental artist. During the Great War she was sent to the front lines and made sketches in hospitals, medical battalions, and operating rooms. After the war she taught at the Moscow Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts, and at the Moscow Textile Institute from 1953 to ‘71. She died in 1995 in Moscow.