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Soviet Russian sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Dialogue (Anna Akhmatova and Nikolai Gumilev). Bronze, 2001. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Sculptural composition “Dialogue” (Russian poetess Anna Akhmatova and Nikolai Gumilev). Bronze, 2001. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Creativity of Soviet Russian sculptor Vladimir Tishin bears the features characteristic of the Moscow School of plastic: the desire to intensify the artistic language, theatrical, colorful imagery. A great sense of material and design allows the sculptor to work in a variety of materials: wood, stone, bronze, chamotte. Vladimir Tishin was born 16, 1963 in Moscow. In 1985 he graduated from Moscow State Art and Industry University named after Stroganov (MGHPU of Stroganov), the sculpture department. In 1989 became a member of the USSR Union of Artists, and in 1990-1991 got a scholarship of the Union of Artists of the USSR. In 2012 he became a member of the Russian Academy of Arts.

Childhood. Bronze, 2001. sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Childhood. Bronze, 2001. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Vladimir Tishin participated in many different exhibitions in Russia and abroad. He is a member of 10 international symposiums on sculpture in Russia, Sweden, Lebanon and Turkey. Moscow based sculptor works are in museums and private collections in Russia, Germany, Austria, France, Sweden. Japan, Turkey, Lebanon. A number of works created for private interiors.

Anna Akhmatova. 2001. Bronze. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Anna Akhmatova. 2001. Bronze. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

For Vladimir Tishin sculpture – kind of spiritual creativity. The desire to overcome the weight of the “material” of art as sculpture, leads the artist to create timeless spiritualized images. Creative sculptor has a recognizable handwriting with all the diversity of themes and ways of interpreting them.

Hand-bird. Stone, 2003. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Hand-bird. Stone, 2003. Sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Kiss (1). shamot, 1990

“The Kiss 1”. shamot, 1990

Striving for laconic forms leads the author to the creation of sculptures, such as a series of “Kisses”. For example, in “The Kiss” (1999, bronze) is a clear, almost faceted sculptural shape turns into a sign, a generalized symbol of where fused two elements. In his work “The Kiss 1” – the author reaches the maximum generalization. Only the presence of the specific details, hinting at sex characters, does not turn into a sculptural form of pure abstraction. The “Kiss 2” – summarized, easy to read real forms that do not require any detailing.

Kiss (2). Stone, 1991

“The Kiss (2)”. Stone, 1991

Lamentation. stone (quartzite). 2005

Lamentation. stone (quartzite). 2005

Little Prince. 2005

Little Prince. 2005

Nikolai Gumilev. 2001. Bronze

Nikolai Gumilev. 2001. Bronze

Old Woman. 1990. Wood

Old Woman. 1990. Wood

Portrait of A. Blok. Bronze. 2008

Portrait of poet Alexandr Blok. Bronze. 2008

Portrait of artist. Bronze. 1990

Portrait of artist. Bronze. 1990

Portrait of grandad. Bronze, 2005

Portrait of grandad. Bronze, 2005

Sad angel. 2004. stone (porphyry)

Sad angel. 2004. stone (porphyry)

Suprematism. Wood 2001

Suprematism. Wood 2001

The Raising of Lazarus. Wood 1993

The Raising of Lazarus. Wood 1993

Walks at the seaside. Bronze. 2010

Walks at the seaside. Bronze. 2010

Soviet Russian sculptor Vladimir Tishin

Roman self-portrait. 2008. Bronze

Roman self-portrait. 2008. Bronze

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