About the artwork
Space and Wind
Artist: Rakhmet Redzhepov
- Size: 110 x 40 x 2 cm (43.3 x 15.7 x 0.8 inches)
- stretched canvas
- One-Off / Ready to Send
- No Frame Required
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Born in 1954, the city of Kizil-Arvat, the Turkmen SSR. RAKHMET was born in the family of an artist. 1961-1970-school number 7 in Ashgabat. The eldest and younger sister were faithful companions of his childhood, and RAHMET carried his good affection for them through all the intricacies of his life. 1966-1970 Children's Art School named after Byashim Nurali, Ashgabat. In parallel, sports; tennis and rowing. 1970-1974 theater and decoration department. Turkmen State Art College named after Shota Rustavelli. Ashgabat While learning craft skills in an educational institution, he also took over all the secrets of craftsmanship from his father, the artist Juma. 1973 — Trip to Moscow — visited the Tretyakov Gallery, Leningrad Hermitage, an... (see more)
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