Honored Artist of Bashkortostan Ramil Magliev died in Ufa

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We will remind, last year his brother died – sculptor Airat Magliev. Farewell to Ramil Magliev will take place, presumably, on Wednesday, the Union of Artists said.

Ramil Rafaelovich Magliev was born in Ufa on May 12, 1960. He entered the art and graphic faculty of the Bashgospedinstitut (now the BSPU named after M. Akmulla), which he successfully graduated in 1983. As a thesis he presented the painting “Old Mill”, made in oil.

In the same year he began to teach painting, drawing and composition at the Department of Fine Arts of the Ufa School of Arts. From 1985 to 2009 he was chairman of the subject commission of the department. Over the years, he has prepared and published dozens of young artists who have found their place in life. Since 1996 he has been a member of the Union of Artists of Bashkortostan and Russia.

If in the initial period of his work Ramil Magliev preferred painting, then later he began to prefer graphics. He brilliantly mastered various types of graphic techniques (mezzotinto, drypoint, monotype, lithography, watercolor) and learned to creatively use their artistic potential. In lithography, the artist has achieved the greatest success. Using all the possibilities of this type of graphics, suitable for its three-dimensional representation, achieving the most favorable ratio of spatiality and flatness, Ramil Magliev achieved the highest skill. His lithographs “Full Moon”, “Season is over”, “Bristamak”, “Old Ufa”, “Summer Theater” – are lyrical poems inspired by the beauty of native nature, corners of his hometown, personal memories and experiences.

In recent years, Ramil Magliev has often turned to watercolors, in which, adhering to classical traditions in the interpretation of spatial solutions, he achieves epicness and monumentality. His watercolors “Morning in the Mountains”, “Wind”, “Autumn”, “Frost”, “Autumn Morning”, “By the Lake”, inspired by images of nature, became famous.

Since 1984, the artist has participated in more than 100 national, regional, interregional, national, international and foreign exhibitions. Connoisseurs of paintings by Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Macedonia, Serbia, many cities in Russia and the CIS are familiar with Ramil Magliev’s graphic works. In 2000 he represented Bashkortostan at the International Symposium of Artists of Turkic-speaking countries in Ankara (Turkey), in 2015 he participated in the Days of Culture and Science of Belarus in the Kyrgyz Republic. He was awarded a diploma of the II Ural Triennial of Easel Print Graphics (Ufa, 1998), diplomas of the Union of Artists of Belarus, diplomas and diplomas of other exhibitions.

Ramil Rafaelovich’s personal exhibitions were successfully held in Ufa in 1996, 2003, 2010. In 2011 he was awarded the honorary title of “Honored Artist of the Republic of Bashkortostan.”

The works of Ramil Magliev are in the Bashkir State Art Museum. MV Nesterov, Chuvash State Art Museum, National Museum of Fine Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic. G. Aitiev, Irbit Museum of Fine Arts, art galleries of Ufa, private collections of Russia and a number of foreign countries – Belgium, Germany, Italy, Turkey.

Bashinform expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

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