Stojan Aralica’s painting – Easel, is an old painting from 1966. Stojan Aralica was one of the leading Serbian and Yugoslav artists of the 20th century. This work of art, painted with oil on canvas. Dimensions are 42 x 36 cm (without frame) and 46 x 40 cm (with frame). The price of Stojan Aralica’s painting – The easel is with a frame.
Stojan Aralica’s painting frame – Easel is adapted to the painting. The frame is a thin gold slip. The frame is original and matches the colors in the picture.
His opus consists of over 1500 works of art. It can be chronologically divided into the Munich, Paris, Zagreb and Belgrade phases, with clearly defined stylistic features. In the first phase, the influences of academicism and secession are visible. He starts with portraits and sacred motifs, then continues to do portraits and nudes. In Paris, he fundamentally changes his artistic approach, and his most common motifs are landscape and still life. During the time he lived in Zagreb, he painted primarily intimate pieces of landscapes from the Adriatic. It is the most successful period of his creativity, with images full of warmth, light and intense pure color. Stojan Aralica’s painting – Easel is a typical example of his painting.
He visited almost all of Europe and some North African countries for his studies. Stojan Aralica had his first independent exhibition in Zagreb in 1920 and later organized many exhibitions throughout Yugoslavia. The works of Stojan Aralica are preserved and exhibited in the National Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade. His works are in the Matica Srpska Gallery and the Pavel Beljanski Memorial Collection in Novi Sad, as well as in many museum-gallery institutions and private collections.
In addition, the Stojan Aralica – Easel painting 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 Stojan Aralica’s painting – Easel