“Almamater all Indo-Europeans” Canvas Oil paint Avant-gardism Mythological 2000

€ 120 000
Condition: new
Location: Ukraine, Poltava
Product availability: Available
Oleg Mingalov
Oleg Mingalov. Almamater all Indo-Europeans
The key composition in the style tomodern developed by the author in the late 90-ies of XX-th century. Included in the triptych. A unique combination of elements of impressionism, pointillism and realism - the author's manifest techniques. Ukraine - the cradle of the Indo-European race is symbolized by the female figures of this composition on the topic wednewsday DNA, represented by a sacred painted eggs in the hands of young virgins, or vestals, or fairies.
ID: 16569
Artist: Oleg Mingalov (b. 1959)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2000
Applied technique: Oil paint
Medium: Canvas
Size: 167 x 3 x 250 cm
Framing: Framed
Art style: Avant-gardism
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Genre: Mythological
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Payment method: Cash
Delivery method: pickup by yourself
Purchase returns: No return

Information about the artist

Oleg Mingalev, artist
The artist, poet, playwright, theorist and designer of the postmodern trends in art: Narrativism (1977), Social Art (1979) Dualism (1982), Mystery Arts (1985), Neofuturism (1986) Video Poetry (1986), Ethno -modern (1997). Graduated from Kharkiv State Art School (1978) and Moscow Maxim Gorky Literary Institute (1985).
He lived and worked in UK, France, Holland, Italy. He has lectured at universities in London and Milan. And prepared art radio programs on topics for Russian service, BUSCH HOUSE (BBC), sold his works at auctions Phillips and Christies. Organizer and participant of international and national exhibitions. Name of the artist included in the Encyclopaedia Britannica art WHO'S WHO IN ART and Italian ANNUARIO. Author mystery-drama "Two Face" (1979), "Nebuchadnezzar" (1979), "Metro. Mysteries "(1980)," Munch "(2010)," Romeo and Juliet 2 "(2010)," Indigo "(2011), author of" Mysteries. Key to immortality "and “Manifesto on Dualism” (1982), and “Manifesto of Narrativism” (2014).