Sava Stojkova’s picture – Fat land is an old picture from 2006. This is a rare example of an old painting of his that can be found for free. This painting occupies a special place in Sava’s catalog. That is why this painting holds a special place among collectors and lovers of Sava Stojkov. Sava Stojkov is a landscape painter with a recognizable atmosphere.
This painting is made using oil on canvas technique. Image dimensions are 71 x 86 without frame and 91 x 106 with frame. The original certificate comes with the purchase of the Sava Stojkova – Fat land painting. It is a confirmation of the originality and authenticity of the painting.
The price of Sava Stojkova’s painting – Fat land is with frame. The frame is carefully selected by the author. The main frame is lux old gold, and the passepartout is wooden brown with a thin gold slip that follows the pastel colors of the picture and gives the picture a special note.
Sava Stojkov is a poet of the Bačka plain, its landscapes and its people.
His harmonious painting is based on clean and precise filigree work. The idyll of his works with a deep horizon exudes peace and quiet. Mysteriousness radiates from his paintings, which are placed on the principle of light and shadow contrast. In addition to landscapes, Sava Stojkov was also an outstanding portraitist.
He painted characters from the Bača plain and placed his portraits in the plain landscape where they belong.
Sava Stojkova’s painting is a monument to the plain in Bačka and its people. It is a monument dedicated with a lot of love and a unique atmosphere. He lived and created in Sombor. He left behind an opus of over 40,000 paintings. The technique and content of his paintings show that he is a skilled draftsman and a great colorist. All the paintings from that period of Sava’s creativity are rare today in free sale.
His paintings are special because in addition to warm colors and unique painting that is recognizable, he left a deep mark to this day. The works of Sava Stojkova can be found in many reputable institutions, galleries, as well as in private collections. He has exhibited in the country and abroad, around the world about 312 times, independently as well as in another 550 group exhibitions and is the winner of numerous awards and recognitions.
The most significant awards are the Grand Prize of the Biennale in Milan in 1980, the First Prize of the Biennale of Yugoslav Naive Art in Svetozarevo in 1982, the prizes in Verona in 1982 and 1984, the Lifetime Achievement Biennial Prize in Jagodina in 1993 and the Masaryk Prize in Prague in 1996. It is represented by encyclopedias, lexicons and books on art.