Touch Of The History

Technique: Oil on wood
Dimensions: 41x34 cm
€185.00
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The painting depicts an architectural structure that resembles an old European building, possibly a castle or a monastery. It has several levels and two main sections, each crowned with grey domed roofs and smaller spiring turrets. The building's facade is primarily white with hints of shadow defining its depth and features. In front of the architecture, there are two windows emanating a warm orange glow, suggesting life within. A duo, possibly tourists, is seen near the bottom of the building, adding a human element to the scene. All of this is set against a backdrop of lush green hills under a blue sky speckled with white clouds, conveying a serene and historical atmosphere.

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Artist

Eugis Eidukaitis was born in Russia, Sibir on November, 1965 in a family of Lithuanian
exile. He grew up and spent big part of his life in Moldova, Chisinau. First touch to art started
there in Chisinau art school. Artist ended University and got medicine diplome, but art and
paintings were always a hobby and sometimes source of livelihood.
In 2000 he came back to Lithuania and started to draw and paint even more. Art became
constat thing in life. 

His favourite genre is the urban or natural landscape, but he is not tempted to romanticise or embellish them. Nevertheless, one can sense that his view of reality is forgiving and gentle. He looks for a distinctive beauty in each motif, which is revealed through the contrast of light and shadow, the vivid, soft colours.


Paintings and watercolor adorn dozens of private collections.