Eduard Einmann (1913 – 1982)

Einmann, Eduard (1913 – 1982). Late Summer in the Studio. (1975)

Eduard Einmann (January 23, 1913, Laukna, Läänemaa – October 27, 1982, Tallinn) was an Estonian graphic artist and painter.
Eduard Einman studied (1928 – 1934) at the Tallinn State School of Industrial Art under Paul Raud and August Jansen painting.
In 1938 he continued his studies at the National Academy of Arts, from which he graduated in 1941 with a degree in decorative painting.
In the 1940s, he was fascinated by drawing, in which the artist showed good portrait skills.

He was mobilized into the Red Army. During the Great Patriotic War, he took part in the activities of the Estonian Collective of Soviet

Artists in Yaroslavl, participated in exhibitions in Moscow and the anniversary exhibition dedicated to the 600th anniversary of the St. George’s uprising.
In 1944-1948 he worked as a teacher at the Tartu State Art Institute, and in 1948-1951 he was its director. From 1950 to 1956 he was the chairman of the Union of Artists of the Estonian SSR, from 1957 to 1963 he was the secretary of the board. Freelance artist since 1963.
Einman was a portrait painter. In the 1950s he created realistic portrait drawings of workers, peasants, scientists and artists. Later they began to use the technique of intaglio printing. In the 1970s, realistic portrait and landscape painting was cultivated.
From creative trips to Armenia, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Egypt, Italy, Tajikistan, the artist brought fresh impressive drawings and paintings.
In 1963 he received the title of professor. Since 1958, a corresponding member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR. Einmann’s works are in many museums around the world.
The paintings of the Estonian artist are presented in the Rios Art Gallery.