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Levshunova L.Y.

1934 (Vitebsk)

Graphic artist, poster artist. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (1970).
Born in the Moscow region. She studied at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov with M. M. Cheremnykh and N. A. Ponomarev.
Engaged in movie poster; her posters became famous: “I am walking in Moscow” (1964), “Give a plaintive book” (1965), “Zigzag of good luck”, “When the trees were big” (both –1968) and others. She worked on political and social topics: “Time works for communism” (1966), “The Country of the Soviets has powerful wings” (1967), “Peace, security, progress” (1976), “The friendship of youth of the socialist countries - grow stronger!” (1974 ), “Glory to the man of creative labor!” (1974). She made some posters together with V. S. Karakashev (“Youth Condemns Imperialism”, 1972; “Purity of the Seas”, 1973). In the 1980s, she worked in the Agitplakat workshop. Participant in republican, all-union, international poster exhibitions, Soviet poster exhibitions abroad.

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