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This article is concerned with the life and work of Aleksandra Kol’tsova-Bychkova in Imperial Russia, France, and the Soviet Union, especially her experiments with embroidery in the 1920s and 1930s. Specific attention is given to her association with the Stroganov Institute, her interest in Art Nouveau, and her subsequent interest in abstract composition, as well as her working relationship with her husband, the sculptor, Sergei Kol’tsov, known for his Socialist Realist monuments.

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