Artist Emilia Pribylovskaya was born in 1921. In 1939 she entered the architectural faculty of the Kiev State Art Institute, in 1942 she moved to the painting faculty of The Moscow Surikov Art Institute, where she studied in the workshops of V. Pochitalov, I. Grabar and S. Gerasimov. In 1958 she joined the Moscow branch of the USSR Union of Artists. During her career participated in Moscow, republican and all-Union exhibitions with large easel genre canvases.
The artist's paintings are in many museums in Russia and former Soviet Republican museums, as well as in private collections in many countries of the world.
Tatyana Pribylovskaya (1944-2019) - Soviet and Russian artist, illustrator. Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR (1974).
She was born in 1944 in Moscow. In 1968 she graduated from the Surikov Moscow State Art Institute. She studied at the department of painting, graduated from the book illustration class (prof. M. Matorin). She entered the Union of Artists of the USSR in 1974. From 1963participant of many exhibitions in Russia, Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Czechoslovakia, Italy and USA. Passed away in 2019.
Artist Victor Pribylovsky (1919-1973) - Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR. Laureate of the USSR State Prize. In 1932 he moved to Moscow, entered the Art Studio of the All-Union Central Council of Trade Unions, where the leading teachers were K.Yuon, K.Dorokhov, M.Khazanov. Later I. Grabar recommended him for admission to the painting department of the Surikov Moscow State Art Institute, where the artist came under the influence of A. Lentulova, V.Pochitalova, and N. Ulyanov. Graduated from the institute under the guidance of I. Grabar. Since 1949 he took part in all-Union art, thematic and traveling exhibitions. The artist's works are presented in museum and private collections in many countries of the world. Painting "Power to the Soviets - Peace to the Peoples" by D.А. Nalbandyan, written in 1948-1950. in collaboration with V. Pribylovsky, is in permanent exposition in the State Tretyakov Gallery.