The Museum of Russian Art is pleased to present:
To Engrave History, Personas, and Landscapes - Russian Printmaking from Peter I
A Presentation by Galina Mardilovich
Galina Mardilovich is an independent art historian specialising in Russian printmaking and the role of prints in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian art. She received her PhD from the University of Cambridge in 2013, and is currently writing a book on the development of Russian printmaking in the late Imperial period. Her work has been published in Print Quarterly, Art History, and The Burlington Magazine (forthcoming), as well as in several edited volumes, including Networks of the Early Avant-Garde: Marianne Werefkin and the Women Artists in her Circle (forthcoming). Galina’s research has been supported by grants from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Philosophical Society, Getty Research Institute, among others. In 2014, she was awarded the Mary Zirin Prize for independent scholarship by the Association for Women in Slavic Studies.