Kudryavtsev Vladimir G.,
Doctor of Arts, Professor, Department of Culture and Arts, Mari State University (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia), firstname.lastname@example.org
The article considers the works of People’s Artist of the Republic Mari El, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Izmail Yefimov. It shows ethnic characteristics of his multifaceted artistic works, which combine realistic pictorial traditions and manifestations of postmodernism.
Keywords: Izmail Yefimov; Mari art; ethnic identity; visualization of images of identity.
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