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Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 80x100 cm
€1,095.00

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Artist

Maksym Golovko lives and works in Kaunas since 2012.

In his works he tries to express ideas through images. He is most interested in the themes of human relationships, communication, loneliness and attitude to the world, the relationship between man and nature. The author often emphasises man's detachment from nature, distancing, exploitation, when man, who should be a part of nature himself, becomes a bystander or even an oppressor. The artist usually chooses an attractive illustrative style, which is well suited to the implied irony, and the protagonists of his work are usually not human beings but animals.