Exiles in Siberia

Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 65x81 cm

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In the painting, a rustic scene unfolds featuring a traditional wooden house with a striking green roof, likely covered in moss or grass, suggesting it might be located in a rural or perhaps harsh environment. The house has several windows, blue-trimmed, reflecting a glimpse of domestic warmth. Smoke gently rises from a chimney, adding a touch of homeliness against the cool, overcast sky.In the foreground, there are three individuals engaged in what appears to be daily rural life. To the left, a figure in a long blue coat and darker headscarf stands by a wooden fence, her gaze directed towards the center of the scene. Central to the image, a younger figure in white and blue rides a tricycle, hinting at a moment of leisure or childhood innocence amidst the rustic setting. Accompanying the child is another adult, dressed in a flowing white garment with a red scarf or shawl, who seems to be interacting with the child.The yard is lively with ducks, scattered around the grass and by the fence, enhancing the rural, pastoral feel of the scene. A traditional wooden fence surrounds the yard, contributing to the quaint, countryside ambiance. Overall, the painting captures a serene yet solitary moment in a secluded setting, possibly indicative of life in exile as suggested by the title, marked by simplicity and a close communion with nature.


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Jonas Daniliauskas, a member of the Lithuanian Artists' Association and a recognized creator by the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture, is an artist known for his consistency and continuity in his work. His artistic journey is not governed by a desire for constant novelty but rather by a commitment to authentic creation, often finding himself exploring similar compositions until an inner necessity compels change.

Daniliauskas aims for expressive power through minimal means. Over the years, his approach to art has evolved. Many motifs and themes from his youth persist, but his perspective has changed. His work has grown brighter, with fewer tragic and dark accents, reflecting a gentler perspective.

With a deep appreciation for the beauty of everyday life, his art frequently features scenes of love, solitude, unity between humans and nature, and the disappearing rural life. He doesn't shy away from painting the unpleasant aspects of life, for he believes that even in ugliness, there are openings for beauty, and unpleasant characters can have their own poetry.

For Daniliauskas, painting is not an outlet for anger or negative emotions, but more akin to a memory, an island slowly taking form as one drifts away in a boat. He is not an objective observer, meticulously recording reality, but rather an artist who finds inspiration in everyday experiences and encounters.

His work process often involves observation, notetaking of color schemes with pastels, and only then does he paint. This method allows him to maintain a connection to nature without being overly prescriptive.

His works are held in prestigious institutions including the Lithuanian National Museum of Art, the National M. K. Čiurlionis Museum of Art, Tartle, the National Museum of Latvia, and the Tretyakov Gallery. Jonas Daniliauskas continues to be an influential figure in Lithuanian art, known for his deeply personal and evocative style.

Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member

Lithuanian Artists’ Association Member

This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

This artist was acknowledged by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania

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Authors artworks were purchased by musems

Authors artworks were purchased by musems