"By the Black Sea" (1960s) by Vladimir Vladimirovich Tetenkin (1926-2009)
"By the Black Sea", 1960s, Oil on Canvas, 34.9x49.5 cm, signed verso, by
Tetenkin Vladimir Vladimirovich (1926-2009)
Prominent Irkutsk artist. Merited artist of Russia. He studied at the Irkutsk regional art school (1964-1967), worked as a teacher at the Irkutsk school of arts (1971-1977) and helped to rise the generation of contemporary Siberian painters. A member of Artists’ Union since 1948. He participated in regional, zonal and national exhibitions. He had a great collection of church bells, which he later donated to the Irkutsk regional historic Museum. Tetenkin's works are presented in private collections in Russia and abroad.
Sunny Impressionist alla prima beach scene with old fashioned canvas umbrellas and san bathers. The painting is signed verso. This work is framed to a very high standard into an elegant wide dark wooden frame . Size in frame 58x74 cm. Comes with the certificate of authenticity from Leonid Shishkin Gallery.
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