Leningrad School of Painting  

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The Leningrad School of Painting (Template:Lang-ru) is a phenomenon that refers to a large group of painters who developed in Leningrad around the reformed Academy of Arts in 1930–1950 and was united by the Leningrad Union of Soviet Artists (1932–1991).

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