Nenad Stanković’s painting – The light of Njegoš’s chapel from Lovcen is a typical example of Stanković’s creativity. He is known for his futuristic and surreal paintings. His paintings with floating objects such as sailboats are particularly striking.
This painting is made using oil on canvas technique. The dimensions of the picture are 38 x 46 without a frame. Price Nenad Stanković’s painting – The light of Njegoš’s chapel from Lovcen is without a frame. The picture is without a frame and can be framed by us, which guarantees a gallery discount for framing
Nenad Stanković is one of the most prominent representatives of contemporary Serbian idealism. Nenad Stanković’s painting goes beyond visible reality. His imagination allows him to transfer simplicity from the visible to the invisible in his path of painting. As well as from the real to the surreal and from the existing to the fantastic. He is a painter of poetic fantasy.
First appearance on the art scene in 1977 in Arandjelovac at the exhibition “Marble and Sound”.
He graduated in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1990.
He has been a member of ULUS since 1991.
He is a member of the association of fine artists ESNAF.
He exhibited several times in the country and abroad at numerous group and individual exhibitions.
He painted two churches in Noćaj near Sremska Mitrovica and on Đurovo brdo near Prijepolje (with an iconostasis).
Awarded several times: commendation at the October Salon in Šabac in 1982, Charter at the Belgrade Salon in the Progress Gallery in 2007.
He is a professor at FLU.
Stankovic is an assistant professor – full professor at the Educons University at the Academy of Classical Painting and teaches the subject Painting Technology.
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