Vasily Ivanovich Inchin
Vasily I. Inchin was born on April 5, 1950 in the southern Urals in the city of Kumertau. He received his first experience of Russian Impressionist drawing and painting in the City House of Pioneers under V. I. Torunov. After that Vasily Ivanovich Inchin studied academic drawing for 6 years in the studio of M. V. Ginzbug.
Vasily Ivanovich Inchin has taken part in Moscow and republic exhibitions since 1976, in 1985 he was accepted into the Moscow Artist's Union.
Vasily Ivanovich Inchin is best considered as an author of landscapes of central Russia, still-lifes, and narative paintings. From a creative point of view the artist is close to the circle of masters of the "Artist's Union of Russia", I. I. Levitan, S. Yu. Zhukovsky, V. A. Serov and S. V. Vinogradov.
Vasily Ivanovich Inchin works can be found in private collections in Moscow, St Petersburg, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Canada, Israel and the USA.