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Artist Statement -



The language of lyrical abstraction interpreted... by Michael Bouger 2008

Stefan Fiedorowicz, a Canadian now residing in Vienna Austria has amassed a most impressive resume with shows spreading out from Canada, United States and Europe. Fiedorowiczs work has often been compared to the great modernists of the past following the notable style of lyrical abstraction, a term meaning an opening to personal expression. While perhaps a compliment, this also seems a disservice to his striking talent.

The emotion in my work comes from somewhere deep down, and can speak to the inner part of each person... My work is intuitive colour is the language that I use to express an emotion. It is the interaction of colour that interests me.

Fiedorowicz possesses something more than a painter following in the footsteps of others before. There is a supreme depth to his work that captures a newer sense of Modernism, something that is sadly missing from the current art scene.

His shapes and lines infuse his paintings with a richly exotic symbolism of style. There is purpose and psychology to his work, conveying a sense of confidence from a broad spectrum of experience.

Fiedorowiczs distinction as a modern painter is in his grace and amplitude in creating works that are engaging and powerful They make more than a mark - they make a statement generating alluring and fascinating canvases.

MICHAEL BOUGER is a freelance arts writer.





Thesis Interview with lyrical artist Stefan Fiedorowicz

Personal Influence

1. Who are the artists both contemporary and historical that you can truly say have been a significant influence on your personal work Describe why for each artist.


I would have to say that Kandinsky would be my all time inspirational artist. I have seen many exhibitions of his work, just recently in Munich, I have seen why he is considered to be the founder of abstract art...in fact he was the first to have ever done an abstract.......



2. Do you believe that influences outside a major discipline, such as painters being influenced by installations or printmaking, are beneficial to the overall process of painting and why



3. As an abstract artist, are you drawn to others abstract pieces or more realistic artwork Do you think this decision is a conscious or subconscious decision

Artistic Process

1. Which colors do you find yourself using the most often and is there any particular reason


I love ochre, alarzin crimson, and Vermillion Red......Orange Chrome.....It is the interaction of these colours that interest me. Red of course expresses passion....



2. When recognizable figures or objects emerge in your work, however rare this may be, do you automatically paint them over or do you take time to think about the items overall effect before making a decision


I have found that most viewers always attempt to find something recognizable in a piece of work. This is how we are as humans...we are driven by the need to put meaning to things. I often hear people making comments as Oh, I see a ...........or that looks like a............Abstract art i think needs to be exactly what it is...Abstract......it makes people think more and dig deeper into a piece of work to find its abstract meaning. Rarely do I like to leave something that is recognizable in a piece of work. it is the colour and shape that interests me and how the colour interacts.



3. Do you use other items other than brushes, such as palette knives, to create texture in your work Do you prefer visual or actual texture and why


I mostly use palette knifes to obtain highly textured effects. I apply thick oil to obtain actual texture. The texture enhances emotion, in my belief, and gives depth and sometimes more meaning to a piece of work.



4. How much do you believe in the idea of pre-planning a canvas and how much are you willing to allow that idea to change as the painting progresses to a finished piece



I do not entertain this belief of pre-planning a piece of work. Abstract art I believe should be spontaneous, whatever comes out, comes out. Lyrical abstractions are done in this way. As a work progresses it has to be for me something that is appealing and right. I usually know when it is right....There are times when I have been completely dissatisfied with a work and change it completely or sometimes a bit. but the finished result must make a statement, it must move something inside the viewer. Abstract possibilities are endless and after each mark is made on the substrate, I have to make a decision of what comes next. In realism, one knows where the painting will end up. This is the part of my work that is the most thrilling to me...What happens next Lyrical abstractions requires the viewer to contemplate, study and ask themselves what am I feeling I enjoy being a part of the interactive experience with the person viewing a piece of my work.



5. How important is the title in your work Do they start out in the original phases of painting or are the final piece to the puzzle as the finishing touch


Yes, I do believe the title is essential. what it essentially does and especially for lyrical abstract work, it assists in giving the viewer some sense of meaning. I enjoy listening to music when I paint, and at times I may chose a lyric from a song or title of a song as the paintings title. I love poetry as well and may chose a line from a poem, or i just play around with words to come up with something that is catchy. Sometimes these modes of giving a title can abstract in themselves. Just to give a few examples, Secret Melt.2010 it is about a love affair, or Her Shadow Still Lingers Here, a work inspired by my feelings when I remembered my mothers death. or The Night Is My Companion. a feeling of despair.



6. Is a piece of work ever truly finished If so, why


Someone once said, a finished painting is a dead painting....I suppose this is true in some respects. an abstract painter is always expressing themselves on canvas and the process of art is continous

Art must be, somehow, essential for life. Art is part of the human spirit.....



7. In your personal studio, how do you work Do you prefer silence or background noise



I approach a blank canvas as if I was a matador confronting a bull, it is frightening for me, the canvas is my palette. I squeeze oil paint onto the canvas and usually this is where some method comes into it. I place the colours that I have chosen next to one another and start working the oil, attempting to pull out the essence of the colour by working it over and over again....As mentioned earlier I prefer to paint with music, but at times I chose to get lost in silence a silence that can be heard, and it is just the canvas and me with no distractions...It all depends on my state of mind I suppose.



8. Do you work on more than one piece of work at a time


yes, if it is a series I am doing, I do work with more than one canvas at a time. If I am not satisfied and beginning to feel frustrated I will leave it and start a new painting and then eventually come back to it to finish it.



9. How important is size to your work In general, how much importance do you think size has on abstract work Do you believe that abstract work is meant to swallow the viewer by its size or instead be small enough to look for something more


Size I believe does play a significant role in a piece of work but I rarely use large canvasses, just for practical reasons. I like doing small pieces, a small piece can say alot more....my largest canvass has only been 120 x 100cm...which is not huge but I have enjoyed doing large canvasses. i believe the size does have to represent the essence of what the abstract work is meant to show or evoke.




10. Describe your process in depth from initial concept to finished piece.



Personal Objectives

1. Are your paintings in any way spiritually significant This does not necessarily have to do with any religious belief, but instead, more of an emotional or inner connection that an artist or a viewer has with the work.


Yes, I do believe my work is in some way spiritually significant especially when I start to think of how I have become the person who I am, I have evolved and developed into someone who is compassionate about life and who feels that everything started from somewhere. I do believe that whoever put us here must also take us away and that the gift of painting must have been given by someone. there is something spiritual about the connection that we have with nature, with our fellow human being. We are all somehow interconnected....there is energy in everything living thing on this planet and it must have come from somewhere. So this is the spirtual relationship......




2. What do you want the individual viewer to take away from a finished piece displayed in a gallery setting


I want to viewer to be moved emotionally by a finished piece whether they go away with a positive or negative opinion does not really matter to me. I want the viewer to say, i love your work, I love them to say, what are u trying to say here, i want them to say, I dont get it. I enjoy the piece of explaining what is happening in the work. Or I will just say to them, it is what it is and nothing else.



3. Are there any personal experiences that feature prominently in the cause of a piece or work In other words, are there any paintings you have made that are a direct response, emotional or otherwise, to particular situations in your own life


I believe I have already answered this in the beginning of my writing, my work has evolved, it is based on my cultural and personal experiences in life, art is one of the ways in which we say i am alive and my life has meaning.



4. Is your work made completely from your mind as a logical and physical exploration of paint or a more emotional freedom of the paint For reference, think Piet Mondrian vs. Jackson Pollock. Explain the circumstances for either or each.


Emotional freedom I would say. I can do whatever I wish with my painting, I have complete control of what it is I am doing so I suppose there is some logic to it.



5. Do large changes in the canvas painting over one whole, large section in a different color or smaller changes a tiny space of detailed texture mean more to you or do both have an equal place in your explorations Which one tends to be more of a spur of the moment decision


Spur of the moment decision, a small change might mean just getting rid of a line or colour that just does not fit into the work. At times I have found that just eliminating something small from the work can make the painting finished. when this occurs, I know that the work has been progressing the way I wanted it to and all it really needed was a very small change to it. And yes, I have made radical changes to a piece because the compostion was just not working for me so I jump back into the work........and get frightened again.....



Artist Exhibitions



EXHIBITIONS
Atelier 3A, Solo exhibition, Vienna Austria, October 2018
Jubiläumsausstellung, Haus WITTGENSTEIN, Bulgarische Institute, Vienna, Austria, Jan 30-Feb 2, 2018
Kunstraum Wien-Mitte, Vienna Austria, May 2016
International Exhibition, Aurum Museum Neutral-ism Pescara, Italy, Sept 2015
Mödlingerkunstbund, “Mödling Meets Canada” Austria, Nov 2014
Galerie Steiner, “It Doesn’t Get More Lyrical Than This”, Vienna, Austria, Mar 2013
World of Art Venice, Venice Italy, Oct 2011,
Grand Palais 2011 in Paris, France, Apr 2011
Galerie Kandinsky, Vienna, Austria, “Essence Beyond Form”, Dec 2010
Mooch Art Gallery, Manchester UK, “Irrefutable Consequences”, Apr 2010
Vernissage Was Augen nicht sehen, What eyes cannot see
Hernalserkulturkreis, Hauptstraße, Vienna Austria, Sept 2009
Vernissage Pure Memory Atelier3A Vienna, Mar 2009
Vernissage Lucid Memory Galerie Kandinsky, Solo Exhibition Vienna, Dec 2008
Vernissage, Parhamerplatz, Solo Exhibition Vienna, Austria, Dec 2008
St. Dogmael’s Gallery, Wales, Apr 2008
International Galerie, Hamburg, Germany Jun 2008
BIO Erlebnis, Tullnerbach, Österreich, Winter Wunder Land Dec 2007
Schloss Fischau Viertels Galerie, Bad Fischau, Österreich The Canadian Connection, Aug 2007
Egg Space, Illuminate Liverpool, UK, Aug 2007
Wein Gut Fachschule, Gumpoldskirchen, Österreich, Mar 2007
Portico, Manchester, UK, Mar 2007
Almiro Gallery, Liverpool, UK Solo Exhibition Feb-March 2007
Benefitz Ausstellung, Ars Nova Die Galerie Wenisch, Innsbruck, Österreich, Dec 2006
Vernissage Sargfabrik Vienna, Österreich, Dec 2007
Vernissage Galerie Lachner Wiener Neustadt, Österreich, Feb, 2007
Vernissage Ars Nova Die Galerie Wenisch, Das Primat Der Farbe Nov 2006
Agora Gallery, New York City, USA, Mar 2006
Galerie Claudiana, Innsbruck Austria, Solo Exhibition July 2006
Blyth Gallery, Manchester, UK Oct 2006
Galerie Heinrich, Vienna, Austria Sept 2006
Rendevous Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. Dec 2005
Cunliffe House, Solo Exhibition, Kamloops B.C. Nov 2004
Main Street Gallery, Sidney BC Oct 2004
Artist’s Studio and Gallery, April 2004
Shuswap Festival of the Arts Sorrento BC, July 2004
Juried Art Show, Community Arts Council of Kamloops, BC May 2004
Artists Gallery and Studio Kamloops, British Columbia 2004
Okanagan Wine Festival Penticton, B.C. Oct 2003
Kamloops Art Gallery Auction Gala, Oct 2003
Kamloops Juried Art Show, Arts Council of Kamloops, BC June 2003
Okanagan Fest of Ales Penticton. Solo Exhibition May 2003
Okanagan Wine and Art Festival Penticton Sept 2002. Solo exhibition
Kamloops Art Gallery Solo Exhibition June 2002
Kamloops Art Gallery, Feb 2001
Kamloops Art Gallery Original Auction Gala, Sept 2001
Kelowna Trade and Convention Center Okanagan Wine and Art Festival, Dec 2001
Penticton at the Okanagan Wine and Art Festival, Sept2001
Penticton Okanagan Wine and Art Festival, Oct 2001


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Artist Publications



The language of lyrical abstraction interpreted... by Michael Bouger 2008

Stefan Fiedorowicz, a Canadian now residing in Vienna Austria has amassed a most impressive resume with shows spreading out from Canada, United States and Europe. Fiedorowicz's work has often been compared to the great modernists of the past following the notable style of lyrical abstraction, a term meaning an opening to personal expression. While perhaps a compliment, this also seems a disservice to his striking talent.

�The emotion in my work comes from somewhere deep down, and can speak to the inner part of each person... My work is intuitive colour is the language that I use to express an emotion. It is the interaction of colour that interests me.�

Fiedorowicz possesses something more than a painter following in the footsteps of others before. There is a supreme depth to his work that captures a newer sense of Modernism, something that is sadly missing from the current art scene.

His shapes and lines infuse his paintings with a richly exotic symbolism of style. There is purpose and psychology to his work, conveying a sense of confidence from a broad spectrum of experience.

Fiedorowicz�s distinction as a modern painter is in his grace and amplitude in creating works that are engaging and powerful: They make more than a mark - they make a statement generating alluring and fascinating canvases.

MICHAEL BOUGER is a freelance arts writer.



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Lyrical Abstraction in painting is an opening to personal expression. The term was originally coined by Larry Aldrich 1 other sources sustain that it was Jean Jos� Marchand and Georges Mathieu who first used the term in 1947 in Paris. The name "Tachisme" is sometimes used to describe this movement.

Some notable painters of this style are: Wassily Kandinsky considered one of the fathers of abstraction, Paul Klee, Frank Kupka, Robert Delaunay, Mordecai Ardon, Norman Bluhm, Jean Ren� Bazaine, Hans Hartung, Wols, Max Bill, Gunther Gerzso, Huguette Arthur Bertrand, Georges Mathieu, Jean Miotte, Ronnie Landfield and Stefan Fiedorowicz.

The emotion in my work comes from somewhere deep down, and can speak to the inner part of each person... My work is intuitive colour is the language that I use to express an emotion. It is the interaction of colour that interests me. Stefan Fiedorowicz.



Stefan Fiedorowicz: Was Augen nicht sehen. What Eyes Don�t See

HERNALSER KULTURKREIS Volkspartei Hernals 17th District Vienna, Austria presents Stefan Fiedorowicz in Was Augen nicht sehen. Scheduled to run from June 8th, 2009 through July 3, 2009, the collection will feature a captivating series of Stefan Fiedorowicz�s pure abstractions. He is a Canadian contemporary artist now living in Austria.

About Stefan Fiedorowicz:

Fiedorowicz incorporates values of astounding colour with harmonious balance combining hues of complimentary juxtaposition. Using varying knife strokes, he creates a highly textured surface where colour and form gives way to unsuspected depths. His work allows the imagination to wander in the undefined abstract world and his style continues to be distinguished by his bold textured knife work as he sets a foundation for his viewers to channel their own interpretation to find their own voice within. Fiedorowicz�s process of creation is unique and organic. He cannot pinpoint exactly where his inspiration of an object originates, but he focuses more on the muse that comes from the activity of painting.
About Was Augen nicht sehen: Fiedorowicz explores in visually arresting compositions that accentuate texture. Using the richest assemblage of colours, he composes a union of textures with fragmented images which serve to conjure generous foregrounds with textured colour that support the background. Fiedorowicz invites the viewer to see not only beauty, but also universals, as his compositions become internalized by the viewer and his abstractions into elemental forms.
This exhibition captures the freshness and energy of Fiedorowicz�s recent work. His works are in private collections in Mexico, Austria, England, Canada and America. www.stefansart.com

Opening exhibition dates: June 8th, 2009 through July 3rd, 2009
Vernissage reception: June 8th, 2009 at 19:00 in Saal der Volkspartei Hernals Hernalser Hauptstra�e 124. Music by Natalie Krysakova. Vernissage opened by Herrn HR Mag Stefan B�ck. Paintings may be viewed throughout the month between the hours of 8:30am to 11:30am Monday thru Friday and at 6:00pm on Mondays by appointment only.





March 12,2009
PRESS RELEASE

Stefan Fiedorowicz: Memory s Vibrant Intensity

Atelier3A Mittersteig 3A ,1040 Vienna, Austria presents Stefan Fiedorowicz in Pure Memory. Scheduled to run from March 11, 2009 through March 28th, the collection will feature a captivating series of Stefan Fiedorowicz�s pure abstractions. He is a Canadian contemporary artist now living in Austria.

About Stefan Fiedorowicz:

Fiedorowicz incorporates values of astounding colour with harmonious balance combining hues of complimentary juxtaposition. Using varying knife strokes, he creates a highly textured surface where colour and form gives way to unsuspected depths. His work allows the imagination to wander in the undefined abstract world and his style continues to be distinguished by his bold textured knife work as he sets a foundation for his viewers to channel their own interpretation to find their own voice within. Fiedorowicz�s process of creation is unique and organic. He cannot pinpoint exactly where his inspiration of an object originates, but he focuses more on the muse that comes from the activity of painting.
About Pure Memory: Fiedorowicz explores in visually arresting compositions that accentuate texture and the concept of Tabula Rasa, a blank slate. Using the richest assemblage of colours, he composes a union of textures with fragmented images which serve to conjure generous foregrounds with textured colour that support the background work of pure white. Diverging from his love of landscapes and of geometric forms, Fiedorowicz invites the viewer to see not only beauty, but also universals, as his compositions become internalized by the viewer and his abstractions into elemental forms.
This exhibition captures the freshness and energy of Fiedorowicz�s work and conveys a unique perspective of �memory on a blank slate�. He explores the philosophical view that individual human beings are born with no built-in mental content, and that their entire resource of knowledge is built up gradually from their experiences and sensory perceptions of the outside world. In this series Fiedorowicz�s fragmented images are painted with thick oil which he calls �memory cells on pure white. . His works are in private collections in Mexico, Austria, England, Canada and America.

Opening exhibition dates: March 11, 2009 through March 28th,2009-03-09
Vernissage reception: March 11, 2009 at 17:00 to 20:00







INTERNATIONAL ARTIST STEFAN FIEDOROWICZ COMES TO ALMIRO GALLERY LIVERPOOL, UK
Stefan Fiedorowicz creates images that embrace lyrical abstraction and impressionism equally. Using the richest assemblage of colors, he composes a union of textures, which serve to conjure generous backgrounds that support the foreground work. Quite often in Fiedorowicz�s work, yellow ochres and crimsons are touched with brushstrokes. Embracing his love of landscapes and of geometric forms, Fiedorowicz invites the viewer to see not only beauty, but also universals, as his compositions grow into dreamscapes and his abstractions into elemental forms. Fiedorowicz also has achieved the rarity of venturing into vivid red and yellow while maintaining the serenity of his more verdant works. In his work, he renders his compositions into primal yet familiar meditations. His works are in private collections in Mexico, Austria, England, Canada and America.



PRESS RELEASE AGORA GALLERY NEW YORK CITY. Stefan Fiedorowicz�s contemporary oil paintings contain abstract composition and effervescent colors. They resonate with depth and dimension and also resemble a stained glass quality. Even though the colors themselves are vivid, they are created as if beams of sunlight are amplifying their natural color.

Along with being a colorist, Fiedorowicz explores the world of abstraction and displays his interpersonal through fragmented images. These images are cultivated through his experiences with his own life and cultural history. As reflections of his inner most emotions, he sets a foundation for his viewers to channel their own interpretation, to find their own voice within.

Fiedorowicz�s process of creation is unique and organic. He cannot pinpoint exactly where his inspiration of an object originates, but he focuses more on the muse that comes from the activity of painting. He has a connection with the process of painting with oil. He lets the texture of the paint from the scraper illustrate his emotions. He can paint layers upon layers on a canvas till the colors are thick and he feels he has achieved completion. This internalization sparked by his paintings separate Fiedorowicz�s talent from others.

Press Release Manchester England
The Blyth Gallery
Amazon House, Brazil Street, Manchester, M1 3PJ
tel: 0161 236 1004 www.artmanchester.com email:gallery@artmanchester.com



PRESS RELEASE

Interaction with Colour
Artists, Louise Naimian and Stefan Fiedorowicz present a selection of their
unique and fascinating work in the Blyth Gallery throughout August

This exhibition brings together two intuitive yet very different abstract artists for a
collaborative exhibition. Their unique and compelling styles engage the viewer.

Canadian artist, Stefan Fiedorowicz�s paintings are created using oil paints applied in
layers using his favourite tool - a wall scraper. Deftly he creates crisp rectangles of built-up paint that adds a strong yet harmonious quality. Powerful expression and dynamic
composition result in highly imaginative works that encompasses bold colours and textures.

Evident in his work is his dedication to the practice of painting, coupled with his passion to exemplify the relationship between the complexity of the human condition and the language presented in the form of the painting. His works retains a visual beauty, with their abstract nature allowing for a fascination with the paint itself.


The Blyth Gallery brings together complimentary ideas, presented in contrasting
styles and media, in this fresh and exciting exhibition.









What is happening in Vienna from the Canadian Embassy.December 18-23, Vienna: Exhibition of works by the Canadian artist Stefan Fiedorowicz
from Victoria B.C. abstract paintings in oil, acrylic and mixed media technique , Galerie Heinrich, Thaliastrasse 12, 1160 Vienna, 4 - 7 p.m., opening on December 18, 4 p.m.
VERNISSAGE
Collegium Hungaricum 2., Hollandstr. 4, 214 05 81, www.collegium-hungaricum.at Mo 10-19, Di-Do 10-18, Fr 10-14 Perlen der ungarischen Grafik 1900-1930 Bis 20. 1. Realit�t und Idylle. Naive Malerei aus Ungarn Bis 5. 1. Er�ffnung am 16. 12., 18.00
Galerie Heinrich 16., Thaliastr. 12, 406 72 97, www.gogagi.com Mo-Do 16-19 Stefan Fiedorowicz Bis 23. 12. Er�ffnung am 18. 12., 16.00

March 12, 2005 A new series of abstract paintings by Canadian artist Stefan Fiedorowicz.

These works are bold compositions painted in vivid colour with layered oils applied with his favourite artist�s tool, a wall scraper. Fiedorowicz creates crisp rectangles of build up paint that add a dynamic quality to his canvasses.

Fiedorowicz incorporates values of black and white and red in a harmonious balance combining hues of earthly browns and yellow ochre. Using varying knife strokes, he creates a highly textured surface where colour and form gives way to unsuspected depths. His work allows the imagination to wander in the undefined abstract world.

His style continues to be distinguished by his bold textured knife work.

KAMLOOPS DAILY NEWS, NOVEMBER 19, 2004
another way of seeing
PAINTER'S SOLO EXHIBITION REPRESENTS CITY IN THE ABSTRACT.
Stefan Fiedorowicz has driven himself to abstraction, but it is not an easy road for a painter to go down, not here, not anywhere. Tonight though, he arrives at an important destination: His first solo show, Urban Landscapes, drawn from subjects in Kamloops and evirons, at Cunliffe Gallery with a reception from 6:00 to 9:00pm.
"When you change the way you see things, the things you see change"...

KAMLOOPS DAILY NEWS, NOVEMBER 26, 2004
CITYSCAPE produced by The Thompson University Kamloops BC CANADA
Stefan Fiedorowicz, an abstract artist ...

Artist Collections



Stefan's work is in private collections throughout CANADA, MEXICO UNITED KINGDOM, USA and Austria.
Public Collection. The Canada Center at the University of Innsbruck just recently purchased a piece of his work....

Artist Favorites



Stefan Fiedorowicz, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{temptation-1541776997.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2013
80 x 80 x 4 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Stefan Fiedorowicz, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{thank_you_consequence-1519397812.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2009
50 x 60 x 4 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Sold
Stefan Fiedorowicz, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{Yellow_Ochre_In_a_Rage-1541777484.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2012
50 x 100 x 4 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
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Original Oil Painting, 2013
80 x 100 x 4 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Stefan Fiedorowicz, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{the_unequivocal_message-1513140729.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2017
30 x 100 x 2 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Sold
Peter Tulyakov, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{the_old_georgian_wine-1509543687.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2008
50 x 60 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Walter Fydryck, , , Original Drawing Other, size_width{projected_ego-1510973575.jpg} X
Original Other Drawing, 2013
29 x 22 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
John  Braide, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{madam_x_study-1510699779.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2017
22 x 28 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Marco Luz Luzzi, , , Original Painting Other, size_width{women_with_burqa_at_the_market-1510581715.jpg} X
Original Other Painting, 2015
50 x 100 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Olga Beblova, , , Original Painting Acrylic, size_width{radiance_of_emptiness-1514560525.jpg} X
Original Acrylic Painting, 2015
75 x 75 x 5 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Jerry  Di Falco, , , Original Printmaking Etching, size_width{he_she_berlin_cabaret_1929-1544036607.jpg} X
Original Etching, 2017
11 x 14 x 1 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Jerry  Di Falco, , , Original Printmaking Etching, size_width{he_she_berlin_cabaret_1929-1544036607.jpg} X
Original Etching, 2017
11 x 14 x 1 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Jerry  Di Falco, , , Original Printmaking Etching, size_width{he_she_berlin_cabaret_1929-1544036607.jpg} X
Original Etching, 2017
11 x 14 x 1 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Emilio Merlina, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{questions_without_answers-1487255866.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 2017
140 x 90 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Shaun Mcmanus, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{distress-1466365211.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 2016
12 x 18 x 1 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Paul Berriff, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{The_Beatles_Lighting_Up-1459943045.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 1963
21 x 32 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Dmitry Savchenko, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{Rainy_Morning_Barcelona__Limited_Edition-1449265916.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 2015
12 x 18 x 1 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Dmitry Savchenko, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{Rainy_Morning_Barcelona__Limited_Edition-1449265916.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 2015
12 x 18 x 1 inches (23.6 x 23.6)
Gencho Petkov, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{Emotions_V-1406398726.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 1985
28 x 42 x 3 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria
Gencho Petkov, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{Emotions_V-1406398726.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 1985
28 x 42 x 3 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Gencho Petkov, , , Original Photography Black and White, size_width{Emotions_V-1406398726.jpg} X
Original Black and White Photograph, 1985
28 x 42 x 3 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Emilio Merlina, , , Original Painting Oil, size_width{light_years-1487860400.jpg} X
Original Oil Painting, 2017
150 x 100 cm (23.6 x 23.6)
Austria