Monday, January 9, 2023

Vladimir Tomilovsky

Vladimir Petrovitch Tomilovsky (1901 –1991) was a Russian landscape painter. His works primarily depicted the nature of Siberia and Lake Baikal.

Following his military service, from 1920 to 1921, Vladimir studied painting in the art studio in the city of Tomsk (Siberia). He moved to Moscow in 1930 to continue his art education at the Moscow Academy of Arts.

During the war period Tomilovsky produced a number of posters and drawings in the local newspapers in order to support the anti-fascist movement.

Up till his death in 1991, Vladimir Tomilovsky worked in his studio in Irkutsk where he produced well over a thousand paintings. Tomilovsky died on June 17, 1991 in Irkutsk at the age of 90.

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