Lumturi Blloshmi is an Albanian contemporary artist. Blloshmi completed the Artistic Lyceum “Jordan Misja”, Tirana (1959-1963), continued her studies at the Tirana Institute of Art, where she graduated in 1968. Blloshmi is a member of the Albanian Women’s Artist Association “Linda”. Blloshmi started to create on the eve of the difficult events that artists had to experience in Albania in the years 1973-1974, where many senior party and state leaders and creative artists were sentenced to prison by Dictator Enver Hoxha. So in this period she painted mostly landscapes and portraits that she exhibited in contemporary national exhibitions, which were realistic.
Ylli Drishti, Art Historian at the National Gallery of Arts