Khamin Dmitry

1945 — 1996

Dmitry Khamin was born in Moscow; in 1973 he graduated from Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V. I. Surikov, the workshop of famous Soviet artist Dmitry Mochalsky. Since 1976, Dmitry Khamin was a member of the Union of Artists of the USSR and an active participant in all-Union and foreign art exhibitions. Dmitry Khamin made a lot of creative trips around the USSR and abroad (Great Britain, Japan). A six-meter canvas dedicated to the Great Patriotic War "War, Roads" (1992) was purchased by Italian private collector and currently is in the Northern Italy. The artist is also known for his genre works: "BAM. Morning "(1976)," Fishermen's Dinner "(1976)," Demonstration on the Red Square "(1980); he is also the author of landscapes and still lifes, made in a freer, impressionistic manner.

Artworks by Dmitry Khamin are presented in museums and private collections in Russia and abroad.