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Petrovich Kordyukov
born in 1953
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Jeweler, painter, sculptor

Born August 4, 1953 in the village of Krasnoe on the Volga river.

According to family tradition, he studied at the school of industrial art (1969−1972), and became by profession a master in the artistic treatment of metal.

In 1972, started an independent creative activities in Tomsk, in Siberia, have created works of jewelry art, participated in art exhibitions of the region — Tomsk, Ulan-Ude, Barnaul, Krasnoyarsk, and Moscow.

In 1984 became a member of the Union of artists of the RSFSR.

In 1987 from Tomsk moved to Vologda, where he resumed his artistic activity, combining the traditions of jewelry art Usolsk enamels, Northern niello, Vologda lace with contemporary visual language.

In collaboration with designer lace V. D. Veselova was to combine lace with metal, creating a lace jewelry created jewelry contemporary jewelry art are now in the collection of the all-Union state of IAAS.

Independently mastered the technology of lace-making, invented spatial composition combining lace and metal.

In 1989, 1991 and 1993 participated in the international biennial of contemporary lace in Brussels (Belgium).

In 1989 his compositions have received special recognition: Queen Fabiola of Belgium acquired from the exhibition to the song "Night butterfly" and donated to the Metropolitan Museum in new York (United States)

Based on the knowledge and skills to use the art of enamel, worked in this technology, in 1987 and 1992 took part in international plain-airs in artistic enamel in Palanga, in 1992, took part in the XI-th international biennial of artistic enamel in Limoges (France).

In 1995 participated in the world exhibition "quilt" dedicated to the 500th anniversary of Columbus ' discovery of America in new York, the artist’s work was awarded a diploma.

It was followed by a series of works where the technique of patchwork is combined with applique, metal and other art techniques

Since the mid-1990s, was hard to paint, and wrote oil and gouache, and acrylic, and pastel pencils, took part in international plain-airs and art exhibitions in the Torah-Cavanese (Italy), in Alytus (Lithuania); his works were shown at exhibitions of the international Association of artists "sun square" in Moscow.

In 1998, a personal exhibition was shown in new techniques of collage and sculpture.

In 1999, followed by a solo exhibition of sculptures, this time in combination with pastels; in 1999 he participated in the international plein air and exhibition in sculpture in Rostock (Germany).

Solo exhibitions also took place in 2000, 2001, 2004, and 2005 in Vologda, in 2004 and 2006 in St. Petersburg, in 2004 in Prague, in 2007 in Totma.

The artist’s works are in museums and private collections in Russia (Moscow, Vologda, Kostroma, Yaroslavl, Tomsk, Krasnoyarsk, Barnaul), USA (new York), South Korea (Seoul), Finland, Germany, France, Belgium, Croatia and the Czech Republic.

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Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov
1996-1996, 70×40 cm
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Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Fish seller
Fish seller
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2000, 50×40 cm
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12 artworks total · 5 offered for sale
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Self portrait
Self portrait
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Stroll
XX century, 60×45 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Lady in green hat
Lady in green hat
1990-th , 60×45 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Mary and baby
Mary and baby
XX century, 60×45 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Peekaboo
XX century, 60×45 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. A fish
A fish
XX century, 45×45 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Marquise sitting by the window
Marquise sitting by the window
XX century, 50×40 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Childhood
XX century, 23×15 cm
Vladimir Petrovich Kordyukov. Scarecrow
1990, 80×100 cm
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