Vladimir Rumyantsev was a Russian artist born in Cherepovets, Russia, on February 21, 1957. Vladimir started drawing at the tender age of 4 years, showing his artistic inclinations and prowess, which he subsequently pursued. Vladimir would go on to make a limelight-worthy career of this ability.
Rumyantsev moved to St. Petersburg in 1972 and enrolled in Art School, V.A. Serov. He graduated from Academy of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg in 1976.
Vladimir Rumyantsev became an active member of the Russian Union of Artists in 1990. He has participated in many exhibitions across Russia. At least eight museums in the country display and preserve his works. In addition, Vladimir’s works are displayed in many private collections in the USA, Finland, UK, Germany, and other countries.
What is Vladimir Rumyantsev known for?
Vladimir is famously known for his watercolor paintings of cats. He was a renowned lover of cats, and the feline creatures were the primary characters of his paintings. Vladimir painted cats living in St. Petersburg, singing, walking on roofs, talking to angels, fishing, and simply living the good life. Vladimir communicated his love and optimism for life through his paintings.
What influenced Vladimir Rumyantsev’s paintings?
Vladimir Rumyantsev was influenced by his love and adoration for cats. These cats were the main characters in most of his paintings and he painted them in different scenarios engaging in day-to-day human activities.
Vladimir Rumyantsev’s artwork?
Vladimir died at the age of 62, but he leaves behind the legacy of his globally recognized watercolor paintings that exuded joy and irony. Below are some of his artworks:
Air balloon Traveling
Alexander Pushkin Greeting The Cat
Angel Over You
Creating With Pushkin
Dreams Come True
Evening Tea Drinking
Fishing Passion II
Gift To Master
God Its Me
Life is Good
Life is Good II
Life is Good III
Loving My Master
Premonition Of Spring
Strawberry With Milk