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Letter of appreciation to artist Dmitriy Emelyanenko

16.01.2001 | Art awards

Stone cutter artist Dmitriy Emelyanenko received letter of appreciation from the director of the Museum of History of Stone-Cutting and Jeweler Art.

Dear Dmitriy Emelyanenko!

Thank you for participating in the exhibition “From Paleolithic to High-Tech”, which was held at the Museum of the History of Stone-Cutting and Jewelry from November 25, 2000 to January 10, 2001.

The artworks of stone carving art, of which you are the author, develop the centuries-old traditions of the Ural craftsmen.

We wish you creative success and look forward to further cooperation.

Sincerely, Museum Director N. Pakhomova

Letter of appreciation to artist Dmitriy Emelyanenko from the Museum of History of Stone-Cutting and Jeweler Art
Letter of appreciation to artist Dmitriy Emelyanenko from the Museum of History of Stone-Cutting and Jeweler Art

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