Riznich Ivan Ivanovich (1908–1998)
Porcelain painter, sculptor, graphic artist, book Illustrator. People's artist of the Russian Federation (1994). He worked at the LFZ from 1926 to 1994, being one of the artists who later defined the face of art production. In 1927, he took part in the III International exhibition of the art industry of decorative arts in Monza-Milan, where he was award an honorary diploma, in the anniversary exhibition "Art of the peoples of the USSR" in Moscow, in 1928 — in the Art and industrial exhibition in Leipzig. In 1929, without leaving the factory, he started working in book illustration. In 1937, he participated as a painter and sculptor in the creation of bas—reliefs on the facade of the Khimki station on the Moscow-Volga canal. In 1937, he participated in the International exhibition "Art and technology in modern life" in Paris, was awarded an honorary diploma, and in 1939 — in the International exhibition "the World of tomorrow" in New York. In 1951, he served as the chief artist of the LFZ. I. I. Riznich's works are in the State Hermitage museum, the Russian State museum, the State Museum of Ceramics, and many other museums and private collections in Russia and abroad.
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