Aleksandra Belcova biography

Aleksandra Belcova

Painting, Visual Artist

1892 – 1981


Who was Aleksandra Belcova?

Aleksandra Belcova was a Latvian and Russian painter.

She studied at the Art School in Penza and the State Free Art Workshop in Petrograd. She moved to Latvia in 1919 along with Romas Suta, just after the First World War had ended, and became a member of the Riga Artists Group.

She was involved in the Roller group exhibitions and Riga Graphic Artists Association in the following years. Her paintings were mostly portraits and still lifes, beginning as a Cubist she turned to realism in later years. Her mediums were oil, watercolor, graphic arts and she also painted on porcelain.


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Mar 17, 1892
Russian Empire
Also known as
  • Бельцова, Александра Митрофановна
Feb 1, 1981

on July 23, 2013

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