Still life painter Oleg Timoshin
Still life painter Oleg Timoshin was born in the Far East of Russia. Born into an officer’s family, he spent his childhood in a permanent move. Meanwhile, studying in fourth grade, already in Smolensk, he remembers himself to paint with pleasure. And among his classmates he was the best in Art. As a result, on the advice of his teachers, he began to study at the local art school. Then, after finishing art school, Oleg entered the Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute in Minsk (now the Academy of Fine Arts). Already as a student, he became interested in work of such artists, as Rodchenko, Vesnin brothers, Larionov, Mayakovsky and, in particular, Suprematism. Since 1993, his artistic career continued in Moscow. Besides, in 1995 Oleg became a member of the Moscow Union of Artists. In addition to the mentioned painters, Oleg Timoshin loves Pre-Raphaelite artists, Turner, Levitan, and Serov, and among Europeans – Goya, and Austrian artist Ernst Fuchs.
“In harmony with nature” – the theme presented in all the works of the artist – whether it’s a poster, watercolor, oil paintings, or interior design. Oleg Timoshin participated in numerous national and international exhibitions and competitions. His art works are in public and private collections in Russia and abroad.