I Swear It Wasn't Me EDITIONED PRINT 02/20 (2022)

Printmaking, Inkjet on Canvas
Size: 100 x 75 cm | 39.3 x 29.5 inch
$325 $500
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Artwork Details

This is a limited edition, fine art print of the original painting "I Swear It Wasn't Me" (inkjet on Hahnemuhle Art Canvas Smooth 370 gsm) [Original (2020), oil on canvas, 150x110cm.] Each fine art print is signed by the artist, editioned to 20 ONLY. The print is sold stretched on the supporting wooden frame.

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Certificate of Authenticity

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About the Artwork

In this artwork, I have combined my love for male nude and decorative floral patterns. Ukrainians have always been famous for their urge for excessive decorative effects and embellishment. Since ancient times, Ukrainians decorated their homes with funny drawings on the walls, their clothes, and textiles with colorful embroideries. Ukrainian women wore wreaths with flowers and flashy ribbons, and many bright decoration things. Even the formidable Cossack warriors were very fashionable. During peacetime, they wore clothes made of brocade and silk with gold or silver threads. Cossack's accessories were abundantly decorated with embroidered ornaments. Cossacks considered that looking dressy is a matter of honor. Ukrainian icon painting was also different from the ascetic and grim Russian icon. It was full of floral ornaments and ruddy full of life faces. Nowadays, Ukrainian people like everything bright and beautiful. And it’s not surprising that I like the same as well. That’s why I have a craving for decorativeness and the use of ornaments in my artworks.

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