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Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 80x60 cm
€555.00

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Violeta Latvytė Narbutienė was born 1971 in Kaunas.

“Everything and always can extradite, but the creation - never”, - I say often. 

“In the paintings of the artist we find original way of thinking and plastic expression. Emotional state, fragility of creations, mystical visions were influenced by spiritual sense. However, all this is not limited by physiological state, it rises to the connect of earthy and heavenly spheres, sensation of divine will” (art critic Violeta Jasevičiūtė, 1997).