Chingiz Ahmarov


Chingiz Gabrahmanovich Ahmarov (1912-1995) - the largest Tatar portraitist,  the professor, the teacher who has brought up not one generation of pupils. The national artist of Uzbekistan and Tatarstan, the winner of the Stalin award.
Was born on August, 18th, 1912 in the city of Troitsk (Southern Ural).
In 1927 after elementary school Chingiz was invited in the Perm art school which it finishes in 1931. During the same time the family of Chingiz moves to Uzbekistan.
In 1935 becomes the student of the Moscow art institute, and then in the same place finishes postgraduate study (1943-1949)
In 1955 Ahmarov receives the important order for it for author's work - individually to issue interiors of a building of opera and ballet theatre in Kazan.
In 1961 the destiny of Ahmarova sharply changes. It comes back to Tashkent (Uzbekistan). The largest works in Uzbekistan it is a series of monumental and decoration works: a museum of Ulugbek, institute of oriental studies of Beruni, a literary museum of Navoi, Alisher Navoi's metro station.
Chingiz Ahmarov has died in the city of Tashkent on May, 13th, 1995

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