Sofia Petrovna Kuvshinnikova, née Safonova (Russian: Софья Петровна Кувшинникова; 1847 – 1907 near Moscow) was a Russian landscape painter. For many years, she was the mistress of Isaac Levitan and served as the inspiration for the lead character in a short story by Anton Chekhov: Попрыгунья (The Grasshopper, 1892). In 1955, it was adapted for the screen as the first movie directed by Samson Samsonov, with Lyudmila Tselikovskaya in the starring role.

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  • Sofia Petrovna Kuvshinnikova, née Safonova (Russian: Софья Петровна Кувшинникова; 1847 – 1907 near Moscow) was a Russian landscape painter. For many years, she was the mistress of Isaac Levitan and served as the inspiration for the lead character in a short story by Anton Chekhov: Попрыгунья (The Grasshopper, 1892). In 1955, it was adapted for the screen as the first movie directed by Samson Samsonov, with Lyudmila Tselikovskaya in the starring role. (en)
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  • Sofia Petrovna Kuvshinnikova, née Safonova (Russian: Софья Петровна Кувшинникова; 1847 – 1907 near Moscow) was a Russian landscape painter. For many years, she was the mistress of Isaac Levitan and served as the inspiration for the lead character in a short story by Anton Chekhov: Попрыгунья (The Grasshopper, 1892). In 1955, it was adapted for the screen as the first movie directed by Samson Samsonov, with Lyudmila Tselikovskaya in the starring role. (en)
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