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23 1/2" x 27 1/2" oil on canvas signed 1996
27 1/2" x 19 1/2" oil on canvas signed 2001
Telegin was born in the small Russian city of Sobinka in 1939. From 1954-58, he received his first formal art education at the Msterskoya Art Institute named in honor of V.A. Modorova. From 1958-61, Telegin was in Western Ukraine where he took art classes in an ancillary studio of the Lvov Art Institute. Over the years, he learned much about painting from his colleagues, painting alongside such notable Soviet Academy members as Vyacheslav Zagonek, Aleksei and Sergei Tkachev and Aleksei Gritsai.
In 1972, he began participating in group exhibitions throughout Russia and the Former Soviet Union and in international exhibitions in West Germany, Finland and Czechoslovakia. He has been a member of the Russian Artists’ Union since 1975.
Today, Telegin’s paintings are in the permanent collections of the Vladimir/Suzdal Museum and the Tula Art Museum and in numerous private collections throughout the world. Vladimir Pavlovich Telegin is listed on page 316 of Matthew Bown’s, A Dictionary of Twenthieth Century Russian and Soviet Painters, 1900-1980’s.