Story of Clothes Nr. 1

Technique: Oil paint, canvas
Dimensions: 120x100 cm

Pay now or in 4 installments of 291,50 €

Tax included
Lithuanian Art Gallery
Ready to hang on the wall
Recommended by our customers
Offer your price
Request more photos of the artwork

More about this artwork

In this painting titled "Story of Clothes Nr. 1" by RaiMau, the viewer is invited into a visually textured, abstracted space that evokes themes of presence and absence. The canvas depicts a large, teal-blue shirt hung on a hanger, floating against a weathered wall that is a contrast of teal and beige patches. The shirt, detailed with yellow buttons and a subtle shadow, suggests a human absence, hinting at a narrative of the clothes' owner.Accompanying the shirt on the wall are three framed images: a keyboard instrument, a stemmed glass with a violet liquid, and a pair of pink tulips. Each frame contributes to creating a possibly symbolic or narrative connection, potentially tied to leisure, time, and beauty.Below, on a greenish-yellow floor, stands a solitary chair. The chair, made of wood painted in a checkered pattern of white and black stripes, has a worn look that complements the worn texture of the wall. Positioned carefully by the chair is a pair of black shoes, slightly worn, pointing outward, as if just removed and left there by their owner.Each element—from the hanging shirt to the adorned frames, the patterned chair, and the deserted shoes—works together to craft a story about its unseen character. The setting evokes a quiet, contemplative space filled with personal history and emotional depth. The use of vibrant and contrasting colors, along with the strategic placement of everyday objects, creates a narrative that pulls the viewer into its intimate, mysterious world.


We offer worldwide shipping through TNT / FedEx couriers! For the European Union, expect delivery within 5-7 days right to your doorstep. Every package comes with a tracking number and full insurance for peace of mind. We have experience shipping to nearly every country in the EU, so don't hesitate to reach out if you have any inquiries!

For destinations outside the European Union, shipping typically takes around two weeks or slightly longer, depending on your location relative to Europe. Rest assured, all paintings are securely insured and sent in tracked packages. Please note that additional import taxes may apply for shipments outside the EU, and the recipient will be responsible for these charges. We've successfully shipped paintings to numerous countries worldwide. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time!


We gladly accept returns! Ensuring your satisfaction with your purchase is our top priority. You may return items within 30 days of receiving and delivering them. Moreover, understanding that the painting you acquire will likely remain with you for an extended period, we are open to accommodating most returns even beyond the 30-day window.

If you wish to return a painting, please reach out to us, and we will gladly assist you in determining the most efficient solution for shipping and managing the return process!

Painting in the interior

1cm = 14,5cm

Change Size
Change room
Upload your room

RaiMau - real name Romas Usavičius

Born and raised in Vilnius, lived abroad for a long time, but returned to Lithuania in the summer of 2018 and now lives surrounded by nature.

The young artist says that painting is a window into his inner world, which is why the range of genres is so wide - from still life to abstraction. The artist wants to capture interesting objects, stuck places and feelings. The artist does not shy away from trying out different techniques, and he is always keen to discover new means of expression.  He experiments with various techniques and objects from the household, sometimes using vintage photographs and old newspapers.

The leitmotif that accompanies the work is the windows from which sometimes the people in vintage photographs look out, sometimes the lives of strangers are painted. For the artist, the window has taken on a symbolic meaning, that of a glimpse into the lives and souls of others.