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Genuine pastel painting, socialist realism.Portrait doctor with a newborn baby in her arms.

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Ancient works / Original pastel painting
genre scene / maternity hospital / newborn child / female painting / one of a kind / ready to be sent
This beautiful painting was created in 1970 by the famous Soviet Ukrainian artist Victoria Kostenko.

The title "The birth of a new man”
Materials: sandpaper, pastel
Dimensions: 86 cm x 69 cm (33.85 x 27,16")

Whenever a baby is born, the world becomes different. Everyone feels love for this little creature, we rejoice in the happiness of parents. The birth of a baby is the greatest miracle! It reminds us that the world must not end, that it can go on
In the center of the plot of this beautiful and delicate picture is the figure of a doctor who holds a tiny newborn child in his arms, lifting him a little, against the background of a window, behind which are visible. autumn trees with yellow leaves

He needs a frame to hold it in place, but I will let the next owner decide which type of frame and which color will look better. I like these old paintings leaning against the walls because they really don't even need a frame to add to their interior style.

Hello, our dear customer. If you buy 3 things, we will give you a 20% discount.
Each piece of art is hand-packed. If the description indicates that the material is canvas, then this picture will be rolled up and packed in a special tube (without a wooden frame). If the description of the painting indicates that the material is fiberboard, cardboard or sandpaper, then this painting will be sent in a cardboard box (without a wooden frame), and then carefully delivered to its destination.

Condition: good vintage condition. The photo is relevant. You can see the whole picture, edges, and corners. Please look carefully at the whole photo.
Please note that the colors in the picture may vary slightly depending on the individual settings of your monitor.

About the artist:
Victoria Kostenko (1927 - 2015), an outstanding artist of the region of the Dnipropetrovsk region in eastern Ukraine. She was a rare Soviet woman whose talent was astounded. It is noteworthy that she managed to get closer to patriarchal men who did not like women at all. Nevertheless, Victoria enjoyed great respect as a master artist and continued her career, despite her gender.

Victoria Kostenko - Ukrainian and Russian artist, painter, graphic artist. Born in 1927 in Kamyshlov, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia. In 1949 she graduated from the Sverdlovsk Art College and continued her education in Estonia (the city of Tartu). Member of art exhibitions since 1956. Member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine since 1971. Her works were acquired by the Dnepropetrovsk Art Museum, the Kirovograd Gallery "Elisavetgrad" and private collectors from all over Europe.
Victoria Kostenko is included in the “Dictionary of Russian and Soviet Painting of the Twentieth Century, 1900–1980” by Matthew Callern Bown (p. 162).
One of Victoria's paintings "Portrait of a Boy" was sold at an auction in Moscow in 2012 for $ 8,294 https://artinvestment.ru/auctions/83440
All photos are relevant, so you buy what you see in the photo.
If you are interested in this painting, I will be happy to answer any of your questions about the condition of the painting, payment, and delivery.
DELIVERY WORLDWIDE. If you are interested in more than one work of art, I can happily combine shipping at a lower price in most cases.
We pack photos very carefully to protect them as much as possible from damage during transport.
Delivery of paintings is carried out worldwide by airmail from Ukraine. We will send the paintings within 3-5 business days. Each package has a tracking number. So you can track this in tracking systems.
Thank you for your visit to our store.

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