Maria Egorova graduated from the Baku Art College and from the Belarusian State Theater & Art Institute, Graphic Arts Department. She took lessons of A.M. Shevchenko, A.P. Mozoleva, P.K. Lubomudrov, S.P. Gerus. She had lived in Gomel since 1963.
Her technique was watercolor painting. She painted still life, landscapes, portraits, flowers. The core subject of her art was the kids' world. The artist painted hundreds of boys' and girls' portraits. She had been participating in the regional and in the republican art exhibitions since 1965.
The State bought her watercolor titled "Ill Irinka" at the republican exhibition; her work titled "Dudarik" was awarded at the republican "Watercolors" exhibition in 1982, and the painting was forwarded to the 6th All-USSR Watercolor Exhibition in Moscow, Russia.
Maria Egorova participated in international exhibitions in Poland, Germany, Czech Republic and in other countries. The works by Maria Egorova are deposited in the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus, in the collections of the Belarusian Union of Artists.
Maria Egorova died on January 31, 2007.
Her husband Valentin Seraphimovich followed his wife's will and presented 51 watercolors of the artist to the Museum of the Gomel Palace & Park Ensemble at the official opening of the Maria Egorova's personal exhibition on May 18, 2007: the watercolors of still life, landscapes, portraits, flowers.
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