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Rashidovich Latypov

born in 1952

Biography and information


was born 24 Jun 1952 in Ufa - capital of Bashkortostan. He started drawing in his early childhood. Art education - 5 years of art school, 4 years as a Ufa school of arts (artistic and pedagogical Department), graduated with honors in 1972. After service in the Soviet Army he entered the faculty of painting of the Ufa State Institute of arts, from which he graduated with honors in І978г. From 1974 began to participate in art exhibitions: Republican, zone "Ural Socialist", all-Russian and all-Union. After graduation he worked as chief artist of the national TV, he taught painting at the art-graphic faculty of the pedagogical Institute, worked as the chief artist of the art national Fund. Member of the Union of artists of the Russian Federation. Honorary member of the British Association of fine arts. Traveled around the country and abroad. Made three solo exhibitions at Home from 1979 to 1987

Since 1985 he began to work in the creative Union of artists of the USSR and actively explore various techniques of printmaking, specializing in Inconel and the engraving with paint.

In 1988 he participated at the international exhibition of small forms in "Del Bello Gallery", Toronto (Canada) graphic series in the technique of mezzotint. The work was purchased by the gallery with the offer of a permanent cooperation. Graphics of small forms Latypov also presented at the international exhibition in Sapporo (Japan) where they invited me to come in 1991

Since 1989 Latypov annually traveled for a few months in England (Retford, Nottinghamshire) has worked extensively in painting and drawing, traveling the country, going to Spain, Scotland. Successfully held his solo exhibitions in the UK: 1989. Bawtry Pablic library, 1990. - Retford Bassetlaw Museum 1992. - Pierrepont (Gallery in Thoresby Hall, 1993. - Retford Bassetlaw Museum, 1994. - Sally Mitchell Gallery.

(Source: S. Darsalia, the author's site)

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