Maria Syniakova-Urechyna (1890-1984) was a Ukrainian artist close to the avant-garde, graphic artist, and book artist. In the Ukrainian art of the 1910s and 1920s, she represents the neo-primitivist movement. She was a member of the “Heads of the Globe” union created by Velimir Khlebnikov. The works are kept in the National Art Museum of Ukraine and private collections in Ukraine and abroad.
Works of THE ARTIST
Expulsion from Paradise, 1916
Untitled [Paradise], 1920s
Illustration for the crime novel by Alexei Kruchenykh “Robber Vanka-Cain and Sonya the Manicurist”, 1926
Untitled [Feast], 1978