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Zhumabaev, Tuman

Tuman Zhumabaev - GirlTuman Zhumabaev - Still Life with Pears
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Tuman Zhumabaev - Girl
19 3/8″ x 15 3/4″  oil on canvas  signed  2001  framed
Still Life with Pears
Tuman Zhumabaev - Still Life with Pears

SOLD  19 5/8″ x 25 1/2″  oil on canvas signed  framed

Church Study
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Church Study


Winter in the City
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Winter in the City
11 3/4″ x 8″   oil on canvas   signed   2009  SOLD
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Windy


Street to Palace
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Street to Palace
Sun and Wind
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Sun and Wind


Church in Suzdal
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Church in Suzdal
 7 1/4″ x 9 1/4″   oil on canvas   signed   SOLD
Spring Roses
 Select Sold Works: Tuman Zhumabaev - Spring Roses


Tuman Zhumabaev is one of the most prominent painters living in Russia today. Recently, he had a painting acquired by the Hermitage for its permanent collection.


1962 Born in small village in Kyrgyzstan (Kirgizia)

1981-85 Student of Serov Art School, Leningrad

1985-1991 studied at the Repin Institute, Leningrad

1981 to Present exhibited in numerous group exhibitions in Russia, Poland, Hungary, Austria

Jan., 2002 Accepted into St. Petersburg Artists’ Union

Feb., 2002 "Exhibition of New Artists," St. Petersburg Union of Artists, Central Hall

Mar., 2002 Solo exhibition in Hanoi, Vietnam by invitation of Vietnamese Ministry of Culture

Oct., 2004, Personal exhibition of Vietnamese works, St. Petersburg, Russia

Dec., 2004, Group exhibition, St. Petersburg

March, May, 2005 Group exhibitions St. Petersburg

2006, 3 one-man exhibits at the Hall of the Russian Artists’ Union, St. Petersburg, Russia.

In the collection of the National State Museum of Kyrgyzstan and various other public and private collections throughout the world.