Autumn, Dilshod Eshmatov (Uzbekistan) – Exquisite Art
Dilshot Eshmatov is Artist-painter.
Member of the Association of Artists, Art Critics and Folk Artists “IJOD”.
Laureate of the Festival of Traditional and Contemporary Art “Navkiron Uzbekiston-2006”.
He was born in the village of Mindon in the Ferghana region of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 1977.
He graduated from the Painting Department of the Tashkent Art College. P. Benkov.
1999 – his first exhibition at the Republican Art College, where he exhibited 20 of his works, and the first place in this exhibition, thanks to which he entered the National Institute of Arts and Design. K. Behzod to the department of easel painting.
He was engaged in the workshops of N. Kuzybayev and S. Rakhmetov.
2004 – the exhibition “Yoshligim-oltin darim”.
2005 – the Kashirsky State Museum exhibition in Moscow (Russia).
2006 – in the Festival of Traditional and Modern Art, “Navkiron Uzbekiston” in the Academy of Fine Arts of Uzbekistan won the nomination “For the preservation and development of traditional forms in art”.
2006 – personal exhibition in the “Caravan-Saray culture” Ikuo Hirayama.
2009 – personal exhibition in the Central House of Artists of Moscow.
2009 – exhibition “Still Life”.
2010 -Then “Landscapes of the native land” exhibition in the Palace of Youth Creativity.
June 15, 2011 – a solo exhibition of 90 paintings by the artist “Dil Izриori” (“I Soul Sing”) at the Center of National Arts in Tashkent.
From 2009 to 2012 – annual personal exhibitions in Uzbekistan.
The works of Dilshod Eshmatov emotionally and tangibly convey the spirit of Uzbekistan, the life of ordinary people, the admiration of nature, and the love of their native places. Colour and light reflect the emotional structure of his works. They reflect the harmony of the Eastern miniature with soft, warm colours with full cold shades of specially selected elements.
His work is distinguished by lyricism, tenderness, and tradition. Pictures are light, full of kindness and love. Emotional expression, the expressiveness of moving contours, and the extraordinary mobility of compositions convey a profound philosophical meaning, reflecting the East’s wisdom.
The artist works in all genres of fine arts. His portraits are lively; they reflect a person’s character and mental state.
The artist himself considers as his teachers Akmal Nur, Hakim Mirzaakhmedov, A. Abdullaev, N. Kuziboev, S. Rakhmetov, M. Toshmurodov, H. Aminov, M. Ergashev.
Many of the artist’s works are in private collections in Russia, Turkey, the United States, Switzerland, Japan, India and other countries.