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"Chickens and Rowan 2011 70x50 Huge" by Vladimir Mukhin - Huge Original Oil on Canvas
Chickens and Rowan 2011 70x50 Huge Original Painting by Vladimir Mukhin
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Vladimir Mukhin

"Chickens and Rowan 2011 70x50 Huge"

2011
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Hand SignedLower Left 
Condition Excellent 
Not Framed 
Purchased fromPrivate Collector 
Provenance / HistoryThis painting was exhibited at many Russian and international exhibitions and Art Biennale. 
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
LID104404
Vladimir Mukhin

Art Brokerage: Vladimir Mukhin Kazakhstan Artist: b. 1971. Vladimir Mukhin's works instantly win you over with their lyricism, refined lines, light and energy, combining rich dynamics of impressionism and traditional academic painting. Vladimir Mukhin’s works are appreciated both by professional artists and art lovers worldwide. Master works can be found in galleries and private collections in Russia, USA, Canada, France, China and Australia. After training at the Penza Art School, Mukhin, an aspiring artist, entered and successfully graduated from the famous Russian Academy of Painting. He remembers that many of his teachers had been deported to this neglected backwater of the Soviet Union as punishment for their artistic aspirations. 'I remember', he says sadly, 'they were proud but they were broken'. In 1986 Vladimir entered the Penza College of Fine Art (400 miles southeast of Moscow). It was here that Vladimir began to realize the inherent conflict of trying to become a great painter under a Soviet system that promoted uniformity. 'The credo of the artist must always be to offer a unique perspective', he says. Listings wanted

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