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Nikolai Glavyuk - painter

(1952—1995)

Nikolai was one of very few self-taught painters who found their way to recognition and respect just doing what he loved most - painting and doing it from the bottom of his heart.

His friend and fellow painter Alisher Hamidov recalls: "I just graduated from the art college and was about to be introduced to who I was told was "a self-taught genius". When I saw his work, I felt envy and excitement at the same time: Glavyuk was unbelievable! I could not believe he never studied art like many of us did. His natural talent was so obvious and I am happy we became friends."

Nikolai started painting in mid-70s and he frequently participated in regional and, later, national exhibitions. He died young and never had a chance to show his work abroad. We are proud and excited to finally be able to introduce Nikolai Glavyuk to the art connoisseurs of the world.

 
Window
Oil on cardboard, 17 x 20 in (43 x 50 cm)

Still life
Oil on cardboard, 12 x 19 in (31 x 49 cm)

Kumgan
Watercolor, 11 x 18 in (29 x 46 cm)

Full Moon
Watercolor, 8 x 11 in (21 x 29 cm)

Self-portrait
Watercolor, 12 x 16 in (30 x 42 cm)

Untitled
Watercolor, 12 x 16 in (30 x 42 cm)

Untitled
Watercolor, 13 x 16 in (34 x 42 cm)

Cornflowers
Watercolor, 11 x 18 in (28 x 46 cm)

Poppy
Watercolor, 16 x 24 in (41 x 60 cm)

Untitled
Watercolor, 14 x 15 in (36 x 39 cm)

Untitled
Watercolor, 11 x 16 in (29 x 41 cm)

Day Cools Down
Watercolor, 11 x 15 in (29 x 40 cm)

Untitled
Watercolor, 11 x 16 in (29 x 42 cm)

Still Life
Oil on cardboard, 12 x 19 in (31 x 49 cm)






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