|The artist at work, as posted on Facebook by Tuman Art Gallery.
|Born in 1962, Zhumabaev was one of the most prominent painters in Russia. Photo posted on Facebook by Tuman Art Gallery.
|The exhibition is featuriing his works kept in Vietnam, including unfinished pieces from his last days in the country. Source: Facebook/Tuman Art Gallery
|Tuman Zhumabaev, a prominent Russian painter with a lifetime enthusiast of Vietnam’s people and its landscapes, passed away on August 7 at the age of 58. Source: Facebook/Tuman Art Gallery
|Widely regarded a leading figure of contemporary Russian impressionism, Zhumabaev was best known for his portraits and landscape paintings. Photo: Lilac Gallery
|Born in 1962, Zhumabaev was one of the most prominent painters in Russia. Source: VNA
|He frequently visited to Vietnam in search for the most picturesque locations for his paintings. Source: Facebook/Tuman Art Gallery
|He created various artworks featuring Vietnam and late President Ho Chi Minh. Source: VNA
|Russian artist Tuman Zhumabaev (R) and Politburo member Vo Van Thuong stand in front of one of Zhumabaev’s paintings depicting late President Ho Chi Minh, which was presented as a gift to the delegation of Vietnamese leaders during their visit to Russia in this photo captured on February 20, 2019. Photo: Lilac Gallery
|Tuman Zhumabaev was born in the village of Kyzyl-Tuu, Kirghiz SSR but moved to Russia’s St. Petersburg, back then known as Leningrad, and graduated from the Repin Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in 1991.
|He was the member of the St. Petersburg Union of Artists, the Association of the US Portrait Painters, author of more than 50 personal exhibitions and has his own gallery. Source: worldvirtualmuseum. com
|Vietnam in the paintings of Tuman Zhumabaev. Source: worldvirtualmuseum. com
|The exhibition is being held at Lilac Gallery, 83B Trinh Cong Son Street in Tay Ho district. Photo: Lilac Gallery