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Published on May 1, 2014
Nikolai Efimovich Timkov was born August 12, 1912 at the settlement of Nakhichevanskaya Dacha near to Rostov-on-Don, Russian Empire. In 1939 Nikolai Timkov graduated from the Repin Institute of Arts at Isaak Brodsky workshop. He studied also at Mikhail Bernshtein, Arcady Rilov, Alexander Lubimov, Vladimir Serov. Since 1929 Nikolai Timkov participated at Art exhibitions. He painted landscapes, genre scenes, cityscapes, still lifes, worked as easel painter and graphic artist. Nikolai Timkov was the most known for his lyrical landscapes painted in impressionist and decorative style. His Solo exhibitions were in Leningrad (1947, 1976), Moscow (1982), Rostov-on-Don (1957), Saint-Petersburg (1993), San Francisco (1998, 2000, 2001), Aspen (1999), New York (1999, 2001), Scottsdale (2000), Palm Beach (2000), Vail (2001), and Washington (2001). Nikolai Timkov was a member of the Leningrad Union of Artists since 1943. In 1987 Nikolai Timkov was awarded the honorary title of the Honored Artist of the Russian Federation. Nikolai Efimovich Timkov died in Saint Petersburg in 1993. Paintings by Nikolai Timkov reside in State Russian Museum, State Tretyakov Gallery, in Art museums and private collections of Russia, Japan, England, France, USA and throughout the world.
Artist Nikolai Timkov (1912-1993). The Leningrad School of Painting