Oil on linen canvas
Dimensions: 45cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 4cm (D) / 17.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 1.6" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Denia (Spain) in all its infinite attraction. A city of medieval character. Small and narrow streets are replaced by broad alleys leading to the port, to the sea. Unique relief with the «guarding» city mountain Montgo - natural park. The rays of the sun, like the master of the mint, show the edges of buildings and old cathedrals, and sunlit ships and boats in the harbour blinded their white sides.
The modern landscape will look great in the kitchen or in the nursery, bedroom and will surely delight you. I am sure that this picture will fit into any modern interior, be it an office or an apartment.
The customer receives the picture in a frame with double passe-partout.
Canvas dimensions: 25x30x0,5 cm.
Dimensions with frame: 45x50x4 cm.
Based in: Ukraine
Volodymyr Glukhomanyuk - was born in 1964 in Kiev, Ukraine.
Lives and works in Ukraine. An architect-artist by profession. Get education at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture (1988).
As a certified architect, has practice in Ukraine, collaborating with international architectural companies. Works within his own architectural bureau.
I dreamed of becoming a ship architect, but it happened differently in my life - I became an architect of buildings and structures. And I have reached certain heights in my skill. But the passion and love for ships and boats lives in me and does not let go. So - in my life I create architecture, paint oil paintings, paint everything and everywhere, build models of ships (as a hobby).
As an architect, he practices traditional techniques of drawing, watercolors, oil painting.
THE MAGIC OF ART Mytets Art Gallery 2020 May 22-30
ENIGMA COLORS Mytets Art Gallery 2021 May 12-20
PERSONAL EXHIBITION Kolovorot Art Gallery 2021 June 01-19
SHIPS & BOATS Syaivo Municipal Bookstore 2021 June 19-30
PERSONAL EXHIBITION Art gallery of the National Bank of Ukraine 2021 July 19 - August 18
KOD STUPKA Taras Shevchenko National Museum 2021 August 28 – September 10
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