The painting of Vladimir Aleksandrov – Atelier is an old painting from 1992. This is a rare example of an old painting of his that can be found for free. That is why this painting holds a special place among collectors and fans of Vladimir Aleksandrov. He was a landscape painter with a recognizable atmosphere.
This painting is made using oil on canvas technique. Image dimensions are 48 x 67 without frame and 64 x 83 with frame. The price of the painting by Vladimir Aleksandrov – Atelier is with the frame. The frame of Vladimir Aleksandrov – Atelier was carefully selected by the author. The frame is colorful, slightly mottled, and the passe-partout is beige with a golden border.
Vladimir Aleksandrov is a poet of the Banat plain, its landscapes and its people. He also painted naive pictures as well as still lifes. The idyll of his works with a deep horizon exudes peace and quiet. Mysteriousness radiates from his paintings, which are based on the contrast of light and shadow. He painted landscapes from the Banat plain, rural houses, as well as paintings with floral motifs.
Today, his paintings adorn the galleries of four continents around the world.
Until his last days, he lived bohemianly, alone in his house, in the village of Dobrica in the municipality of Alibunar, which he turned into a gallery and local museum, the only one in the municipality.
In it, he painstakingly collected archaeological objects, antiquities, historical materials and preserved them from the “ravages” of time.
He was the chronicler of the place and the manager of the House of Culture in the village.
With the departure of Vladimir Aleksandrov, the villagers of Dobrica lost their respectable fellow citizen, and the people of Banac lost a great painter.
The painting by Vladimir Aleksandrov – Atelier comes with a certificate of authenticity and originality. This makes it an ideal choice for art lovers looking for original works of art. So get ready to be mesmerized by this beautiful piece of art. Add a touch of sophistication to your space with a painting by Vladimir Aleksandrov – Atelier