Современное состояние старооскольской традиционной глиняной игрушки: к проблеме сохранения промысла

Никишина Наталья Николаевна
The paper deals with the Stary Oskol pottery and clay toy industry, which existed in the Belgorod region since the end of the 18th century and was very common in the 19th century. In the period from the 1920s to the 1960s — a difficult time in the life of our country — it essentially ceased to exist. The revival of this craft began only in the 1970s — 1980s, and it is connected with the activities of several old masters who continued to create the traditional Stary Oskolian painted toy. These
more » ... ainted toy. These are the Goncharov sisters well-known here, who left for after them many capable masters of their school. Currently in Stary Oskol there are several creative workshops that continue the traditions of the Stary Oskol clay toy, although each of the centers follows its own path within a common tradition. Collections are represented in several museums, there are also private collections that are of great value.
doi:10.24411/9999-022a-2019-10213 fatcat:cjlugsgtk5bozigaepe2ib4wce