Gray Painting by Mykhailo Tymchuk - Jose Art Gallery
Gray Painting by Mykhailo Tymchuk - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Painting “Gray”

Year of creation2019
Dimensions120 W × 160 H × 2 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsacrylic, canvas

Description of the Artwork “Gray”

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On the canvas depicts a silhouette of a horse.The picture is painted in gray.The picture will fit for your office and home. In the works of the series " Animals" there is a slight feeling of deliberate compositional incompleteness, unexpected angle, uncompromising fragmentary of compositions, that involuntarily causes in the audience’s mind the desire to imagine all the space in its integrity. The viewing of paintings gradually transformes into an active co-creation.


Original artwork, 120×160 cm, 2019
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About the artist

"Tymchuk combinate impossible. Such he is in life, in relationships, in friendship... And art is a continuation of everything what we have in ourselves. You might don't understand him, but you cant love him. "(U.Yavna) Mykhailo Tymchuk is an artist of a new generation who was born on the 16th of April, 1981 in Maidan, Ukraine. He is the representative of the Precarpathian School of Art that entered the XXI century with interesting creative achievements. His worldview concept gained characteristics of philosophical and artistic image. There are stunning colors and music pulsation in his landscapes and tension of forms that creates a dynamic background of realistic emotional state. Landscapes on the paintings reflect the artist inner vision and create the sense of his existence mystery. Works by Mykhailo Tymchuk are self-sufficient and do not require additional images, but if the images do appear they then emerge as a coded memory of the most ancient writing form, a pictography