was a Russian avant-garde artist, painter, costume designer, writer, illustrator, and set designer. Along with her colleague and companion Mikhail Larionov, led the charge in Russian Futurist painting, or Cubo-Futurism, in the early twentieth century. While her early work was heavily influenced by the French Post-Impressionists, she went on to help develop Primitivism, Rayonnism (specifically the brain-child of Larionov) and various Futurist theatrical experiments. When the pair went to Paris with Sergei Diaghilev in 1914 to work exclusively on stage design, they left behind a Russian art scene forever changed by their creative new forms, rattling public performances and artistic manifestos.
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