Honours and Legacy
- This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Russian Wikipedia.
- Stalin Prizes
- first class (1941) - for the sculptural group "Worker and Collective Farm Girl" at the Agricultural Exhibition (1937);
- second class (1943) - a sculptural portraits of Colonels BA Yusupov and IL Khizhnyak (1942);
- first class (1946) - a sculptural portrait of Krylov;
- second class (1951) - for the sculptural group "We demand peace!" (Et al);
- first class (1952) - a monument to Maxim Gorky in Moscow;
- People's Artist of the USSR (1943);
- Order of the Red Banner of Labour (1938);
- Order of the Badge of Honour (1945);
- Order "Citizenship Award" (Bulgaria)
- One of streets in the town Klin, Moscow Oblast in honor of sculptor named Vera Мukhina Street.
- The Museum of Vera Mukhina was established in Feodosiya, Crimea, Ukraine in 1985. The museum sanctified to childhood, to youth and to artwork of famous sculptor.
Read more about this topic: Vera Mukhina
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