Antonina Alekseevna Romodanovskaya (1906, Moscow - 1985, Moscow) was an apprentice of V.A. Favorsky and N.N. Kupreyanov. She graduated from the Higher Art and Technical Studios - the Higher Art and Technical Institute (VKHUTEMAS-VKHUTEIN) (1930). She started from xylography (in 1928-1930) and has devoted herself to easel painting and watercolors since mid-1930s. She was travelling through the Altai, Europe, Central Asia, the Volga Region and Transbaikalia and producing landscape sketches and watercolors. The cityscape of Moscow and Saint Petersburg was the art leitmotiv. She produced a series of landscapes "Near the Ancient Walls of the Kremlin" for the 800th Anniversary of the City of Moscow and a series of watercolors of Leningrad in 1952, drew the landmarks of Kiev, Novgorod the Great, Pskov, Odessa, the Moscow Region, residences of Esenin. In the late 1950's - 1960's, there were the postcards and envelopes designed from the sketches by A.A. Romodanovskaya, and her paintings were reproduced in such magazines as Ogonyek, Smena, Foreign Literature, Soviet Woman, and the Evening Moscow Newspaper. The paintings by A.A. Romodanovskaya are in the State Tretyakov Gallery (GTG), the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts (GMII), the Museum of History and Reconstruction of Moscow, the museums of art of Bashkiria, Yakutia, Yekaterinburg, Samara, and Cheboksary.