Atelier Lobanovsky

Atelier Lobanovsky is an online gallery offering fine art originals, reproductions and photography by both Jaroslav and Maria Lobanovsky.

Gilclees : “Marilyn,” a giclee reproduction of Jaroslav Lobanovsky’s original sepia charcoal on board (1950). The subject, Marilyn Stevens, was the classical ballerina in USO Unit 19 where Jaroslav served as artistic director and choreographer.

Produced on museum quality fine art paper, unframed (20″ x 32″). Offered with a deckle or straight edge finish. For custom sizes, pricing, shipping and handling inquire at

Original life-size, sepia charcoal on board. Send written inquiries to Maria Lobanovsky, P.O. Box 1108, Boyes Hot Springs, CA 95416.

Marilyn Cards: A 5-card gift pack of hand-accented greeting cards ($25 plus shipping & handling). From the estate of Jaroslav Lobanovsky (1900-1992). To place your order contact us at

Custom calendars:  Send us your pictures and we’ll design your annual calendar for friends or family. Contact for pricing.

2 comments on “Atelier Lobanovsky

  1. Dotti Dam on said:

    Maria – I am so excited about your cook books. And your delightful commentary. Unfortunately, I don’t use a Kindle, FaceBook or Twitter. And I don’t eat meat! What an old fogey.
    I will follow your blogs and stay in touch and recommend your books to others. And, if I get a Kindle one of these days…..
    Still writing myself – mostly poetry. A few awards.
    Wishing you all the best, dotti

    • Maria on said:

      FYI, Amazon offers free Kindle downloads to lots of electronic devices, so you can read any Kindle books on whatever you already have.
      Glad to hear you are getting acknowledged for your work. I’d love to read it too.
      Lets get together in SF.Maria

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