Antonina Sofronova (1892-1966), born in Droskovo, was a Russian artist whose work included paintings, graphic works, and book illustrations. She attended F.I. Rerberg's Studio and Mashkov's Painting from 1910-1913 followed by the Drawing Studio in Moscow from 1913 to 1917. She worked as a teacher at the State Free Art Studios in Tver in 1920. During that period, she produced numerous Constructivist compositions. In 1921, she settled in Moscow, where she continued making Constructivist pieces. From 1923 to 1927, she collaborated with the Krasnaya Niva and Klub magazines and associated with “Thirteen” group. In 1945, she joined the Artists Union and continued to paint portraits, landscapes, and still lifes throughout the 1940s and the 1960s.