Timur D'Vatz

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Timur D'Vatz (born 16 April 1968 [1] in Moscow, Russia [2] ) is a figurative painter. [3]

He began his education at the Republic College of Art (Uzbekistan) and London's Royal Academy of Arts in 1996. [4] He has won several awards including the Guinness prize for First Time Exhibitor at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, 1994; [1] the A.T Kearney prize, 1996; [1] and the B.P Portrait award at London's National Portrait Gallery, 2002. [5] His parents were both also artists.[ citation needed ]

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  2. "ArtintheCity Speak to Artist Timur D'Vatz". ArtintheCity. 24 February 2013. Retrieved 22 November 2013.
  3. "Hunting for Your Soul in the Work of Timur D'Vat".
  4. Seaman, Anna (5 February 2013). "Who is Timur D'Vatz?". The National . Retrieved 22 November 2013.