Original modern painting in Pop / Street Art style by the Dutch professional contemporary artist Jovan (1962 ). The work is painted in his unique way of using colour. Acrylic paint, applied with a pallet knife on the canvas, directly from the paint bucket, also acrylic marker. Inspiration: Banan of $120,000. This work fits well in a modern interior or office space.
- Title: Mickey, I chose cheese instead of an expensive banana
- Dimensions: 73 x 60 x 2 cm
- Technique: mixed media on canvas
- Signed: Yes, on the front and the back.
- Frame: none.
- Year: 2020
- Condition work: excellent (new), varnished, with certificate of authenticity.
Jovan Srijemac painter and writer since the early 1980s. Now, in 2020, active as a painter for more than 35 years. In all these years paintings have been sold to individuals, art collectors and companies.
Jovan's book "APOCALYPSE VAN DE ZIEL" has been sold only in the Netherlands and in the Dutch language, since 2014.
Jovan says about art and himself:
''The chaos of ideas that arise in my head, the inner deprived energy, wants to come out like volcano and thus becomes an explosion and a symphony of colours on the canvas, framed with matter, figures, faces or objects.
From the unconscious, often chaotic and explosive application of paint on the canvas, emerge: in the beginning unplanned figures, objects, portraits or something else. As with the unplanned conception of a child: birth, growing up, up to the formation of personality and its life. Often unplanned, conceived, we're born and we grow up, and we're all framed in the body, our frame, but each is unique in his or her own way.'
- Jovan Srijemac
- Titolo dell'opera
- Mickey, I chose cheese instead of an expensive banana
- Tecnica mista
- Firmato a mano
- Originale dallo studio JovanArt
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 73×60 cm
- Dimensioni totali
- 73×60×2 cm
- Venduto con cornice