Romans Suta (1896-1944) was a Latvian artist. His creative work was very wide: painting, graphic art, painting on porcelain and clay, (at 1920’s – in self established porcelain studio „Baltars”, at 1930’s - „M. S. Kuzņecov porcelain factory”), crystal glass engraving, design of crockery forms and decorations, interior design, drawings for furniture, tapestries and fabric panels, book illustrations, theatre and cinema scenography, art criticism and theory. Upheaval of Romans Suta creative career took place at 1920’s – in the period that was very important in art history of Latvia, and Suta’s role in this process is highly appreciated.
Museum of Romans Suta and Aleksandra Beļcova say thanks to Google Art Project for such a wonderful chance to share art of Latvian modernism masters to the rest of the world!
Biggest thanks from Google Art Project is to Catharina Bruley who helped anytime there was such a need!