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Tytulenko Volodymyr
Year of birth:1939 y.
Place of birth: Moscow
Place of living and work: Kyiv
About myself and my artworks:

All Volodymyr Tytulenko's paintings unite incredible attention and love for the native land, a piece of warmth, brought by the artist, finding the innermost essence, value in every corner of Ukrainian nature. Especially memorable are unpretentious plots that seem to be seen on a walk - flowering motley grass on a summer meadow, its waves running toward the horizon, colored shadows that sliced obliquely through a forest path or fallen autumnal foliage on a water ripple.

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Author's works (258)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Education

1965 - National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture

Membership of NUAU and other organizations

1971 - National Union of Artists of Ukraine

Exhibitions

2001 - exhibition-presentation of Ukrainian art in the USA and Canada

2006 - personal exhibition in the Ukrainian Culture Foundation

2007 - personal exhibition in the "Art" Gallery, Kyiv Departtment of NUAU

Republican and All-Union art exhibitions.

Personal exhibitions in Finland.

His paintings are in private galleries of Germany, Poland, Finland, Sweden and other countries.

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KyivGallery Art Critic Art critic's review 04/09/2018

Having good artistic training on the basis of the Soviet realistic school of writing, as well as extensive experience in the open-air, Volodymyr Tytulenko reached the heights of mastery in genres landscape and still life. In the creative baggage of the artist a huge number of sketches written from life. These are small canvases, usually in the size of 20 * 30, 30 * 40, where the chamber corners of nature are imprinted in different seasons of the year. The color palette, which is used by the artist, is as close to natural shades as there are many color gradations in it.

The artist very skillfully uses color accents on the canvas, for which he applies pasty texture strokes. So, alternating a smaller letter and expressive brushstrokes with a broad brush, various scratching in details, he achieves the maximum expressiveness of landscapes.

Still-lifes of Volodymyr Tytulenko are remembered by the colorfulness and generosity: this is an abundance of meadow flowers collected in large bouquets, bright yellow sunflowers, aster in a pot on a motley rural scarf, flaming marigolds with viburnum, pumpkins and apples are familiar from childhood, and in Volodymyr's still lifes these items are also filled with sunlight and sunshine.

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KyivGallery Art Critic Art critic's review 04/09/2018

Having good artistic training on the basis of the Soviet realistic school of writing, as well as extensive experience in the open-air, Volodymyr Tytulenko reached the heights of mastery in genres landscape and still life. In the creative baggage of the artist a huge number of sketches written from life. These are small canvases, usually in the size of 20 * 30, 30 * 40, where the chamber corners of nature are imprinted in different seasons of the year. The color palette, which is used by the artist, is as close to natural shades as there are many color gradations in it.

The artist very skillfully uses color accents on the canvas, for which he applies pasty texture strokes. So, alternating a smaller letter and expressive brushstrokes with a broad brush, various scratching in details, he achieves the maximum expressiveness of landscapes.

Still-lifes of Volodymyr Tytulenko are remembered by the colorfulness and generosity: this is an abundance of meadow flowers collected in large bouquets, bright yellow sunflowers, aster in a pot on a motley rural scarf, flaming marigolds with viburnum, pumpkins and apples are familiar from childhood, and in Volodymyr's still lifes these items are also filled with sunlight and sunshine.

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