Martins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas PaintingMartins Krumins (Latvian 1900 - 1992) Large Oil on Canvas Painting

Beautiful, Large 1979 original Oil on Canvas painting by the listed Latvian painter Martins Krumins (1900-1992).

This Beautiful winter scene is signed lower right by the artist. On versa it is dated 1979 and titled in Latvian and in English "Ice Covered Winter Day".. A magnificent scene, this measures in frame 36" wide, 31" tall, painting itself 30" x 24. The Hue of this painting is a light violet. Painting itself is in beautiful condition. The frame has a couple of cracks with professional repairs to frame in back.
Mārtiņš Krūmiņš (March 2, 1900 – 1992) was a Latvian-American Impressionist painter. He left Latvia after World War II and came to the United States in 1950.
Martiņš Krumiņš was influenced by the Russian emigre painter, Sergei Vinogradov and studied at Vinogradov's studio from 1929 to 1935. In 1935 Kruminš enrolled in the Latvian Academy of Art and was admitted to Vilhelms Purvītis'[1] masterclass of landscape painting. The Soviet occupation took place in 1940–41 and the communists made changes in the management of the Academy and the German occupation followed in 1941 through 1945. In 1942 M. Krumiņš earned the title of an academic "artist-painter" for his diploma work "Purvciems".
Mārtiņš Krūmiņš is part of the Latvian Diaspora – Latvian nationals who produced art outside of Latvia during the Soviet occupation. As more than 200,000 Latvian citizens died during World War II , thousands of Latvians fled the country to become the Diaspora. When these Latvian "Displaced Persons" came to the United States and other western countries, they saw in the subsequent Soviet occupation of their homeland, an effort to eradicate Latvian culture. But resources are now available, in Latvia and abroad, to provide a substantial overview of art from this Latvian Diaspora period. In Latvia the three main institutions responsible for maintaining such information on artists of the Diaspora are the Latvian National Museum of Art, the Latvian Center for Contemporary Art and the Latvian Artists' Union. Together, they have begun to complete the history of European art.

As Janis Siliņš wrote in a book this important and talented artist, "Mārtiņš Krūmiņš ... belongs to those artists of his generation, who amidst the changing trends of contemporary art, after thirty years in exile and emigration, as still basically close to and developing the traditions of their homeland art – of the 'Latvian or Riga School'".

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