By: robert

Paintings sold in 2022

https://youtu.be/zK1ENySGdrA So far, in 2022, seven of my unique acrylic paintings on canvas have been sold. Below is its graphical presentation. Each artwork is signed on the front and on the back and is sold with the certificate of authenticity, secured with a personalized hologram. A VAT EU invoice is issued for each direct purchase. Sold artwork in 2022 - Anew, Tranquility, Tranquility II, Numb, Reverse, Contradiction, Unfathomable To see my actual paintings for sale go to portfolio and choose "for sale" in the filter option. Please follow the link to check out where to by my art. Painted in…

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Paintings sold in 2021

https://youtu.be/yGR24ITZYxs In 2021 eight originals of my unique acrylic paintings were sold. Below is a graphical presentation. Each artwork is signed on the front and on the back and is sold with the certificate of authenticity, secured with a personalized hologram. A VAT EU invoice is issued for each direct purchase. Eight paintings by Ania Luk sold in 2021. The second work in the series Reflection and Reverse, Undoing, Art Deco, Supergirl X, Unquiet, Exhale 8, Uncertain. To see my actual paintings for sale go to portfolio and choose "for sale" in the filter option. Please follow the link to…

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Limited Editions – Ania Luk

Ania Luk and limited edition print on canvas of Sunrise Sunset 2 Here you will find information about gallery-quality canvas prints of Ania Luk's paintings: the method of their production and their high qualityprice and place of purchase Ania Luk's painting as a print on canvas Some of my works are available in the form of limited editions. The original is first photographed by a professional and all elements of the image are cropped and readjusted to get original colours. Printing takes place on an HP Latex 310 latex printer. It is a photographic quality 6-color printer, characterized by an…

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Ania Luk and Lumas galleries

The highest quality prints of four Ania Luk artworks can be purchased via the Lumas gallery as: limited edition prints, hand-signed by artist: painting Exhaleopen edition, infinite print runs without the artist’s signature, paintings: Exhale, Sunrise Sunshine (formerly Summertime 7), The 1st Day of Summer, The 2nd Day of Summer They are for sale on the LUMAS website, or in any one of Lumas galleries, which you can find in major cities around the world (New York, London, Berlin, Zurich, Vienna, Paris, Toronto, Melbourne, and more) . LUMAS offers only selected artworks from about 250 established artists and promising newcomers.…

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andrzej wroblewski

Andrzej Wróblewski – My favorite painters – Part 1

I have a few favorite artists. I'll start from one, who is perhaps the least known of the bunch. Andrzej Wróblewski Andrzej Wroblewski is a Polish painter who after the II World War became famous for his original paintings devoted mainly to a human. He was creating both experimental and abstract paintings, as well as inspired by the social realism. His favorite technique was especially oil, gouache, drawing, graphics (including monotype). Wroblewski was primarily a realist and figurative. His early series of abstract paintings of the late 40s - solar abstractions, not really raise my admiration and my impression is…

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wladyslaw strzeminski

Guest writings – What was under the eyelids of Andrzej Wajda?

Introduction What is afterimage? Professor Władysław Strzeminski explained it this way: you are gazing at what surrounds you, then you close your eyes. What you see under the eyelids, it is afterimages. Strzeminski was a well known and respected avant-garde painter before the II World War (obviously valued by those who appreciated the avant-garde). After the war, however, the fate of a prominent artist unfolded tragically. He was expelled from Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, brought to humiliation and misery. He probably died of tuberculosis in 1952. Andrzej Wajda studied painting at that time in Krakow. He belonged to…

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The beginning

Passion for art Passion for drawing and painting as the majority of children I had showed before I started talking. The farther in years the more visual experiments I had on my account. With time, my joyful creativity has been somewhat organized as I began to attend classes of drawing and painting, in the various community centers. Then there was five years at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. At that time, I painted mostly oil - still life, nudes, and in spare time abstractions. Then came a very looong break. Fortunately, this period has gone and now I can…

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