The Girl's Head. XX c.
The head of a young girl is slightly tilted to the side; her curvy hair is neatly stacked, framing her face. Large eyes, expressive eyebrows, neat nose and generally right facial features create the image of an oriental beauty. The expression of the girl's face is a bit thoughtful, but it seems that if you call her, she will immediately raise her glance and smile. The sculptor masterfully transferred not only the external features, but also the inner spiritual world of the character.
- Pavel Ivanov
- About the author
- 08.05.1938 – 10.10.2010.Member of the USSR Union of Artists. He was born in Tashkent in the family of famous sculptor A. Ivanov. Following the family tradition, in 1954 he entered the Sculpture Department of the Benkov National Art College, with the teacher F. I. Grishchenko. In 1959–1965, he continued his studies at the Tashkent Theatre and Art Institute with the teacher P. Chelyshev.Member of the Union of Artists of Uzbekistan, since 1959 he participated in exhibitions in the country.
- XX centure
- Materials, technic
- Beige pink terracotta
- 34 х 35 х 30
- National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
- Inventory number
- ҚРҰМ (ҰСГтк1-1033 68/КП-2816)