Marko Stupar (Yugoslavian/French b. 1936) chose France as his permanent home in 1964 after completing his studies at the Beaux‑Arts of Belgrade. He is known for impressionist town views, social genre and still life painting. His style is a unique personal wonderful mixture of his two countries. Stupar has participated in juried exhibitions since 1966 when he won the Silver Medal at the Center of Diffusion of the Cote‑d’Azur in 1966. He has won both the Silver and Gold medals of the prestigious Salon des Artistes Français. He is internationally acclaimed, with his work hanging in the Museum of Issy‑les‑Moulineaux; Museum of Bosnia ‑ Sarajevo; Museum of Modern Art ‑ Paris; Museum of Banja‑Lu; and the Museum of Bihac His high auction price was $23,600.00.
Media: Mixed media.
Title: "European Street Scene.
Size: 16 1/4 by16 1/8 inches (41.3 x 41.0 cm) (image); Framed (under glass) 22 by 22 by 1 inches.
Signed in pencil lower left: Stupar.
Condition: Some paper discoloration due to previous mounting, does not affect image.
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