This is a beautiful winter landscape done in hyper-realist style. The Hyper-realism movement originated in the late sixties and early seventies when artists began producing paintings that appeared to be photographs. In painting, Hyper-realism is synonymous to Photo-Realism. Also know as Superrealism, the movement was most popular in the United States but spread to some parts of Western Europe. In the sculpture medium, the artist often used casts of the human figure to create true-to-form works. This is a very fine example.
Artist: Jury Gauryn (Belarusian, b.1963)
Medium: Oil on Canvas.
Signed: Monogram in red in Cyrillic Lower Right, Dated 1994. There is a text in Cyrillic on reverse.
Circa: The painting is dated 1994
Medium: The painting is a genuine oil painting on canvas
Size: 29 1/2 by 35 1/2 inches; frame adds 1 inch (2 cm) all around.
Condition: Painting and frame are in Very Good Condition.
Provenance: Originally sold through Christies.
We purchased From an English Estate through a Danish Gallery.
Authentication: The painting was authenticated by art expert Mesa Bajric. Mr. Bajric's Credentials: MA in Graphic and History of Art at the Academy of Art in Sarajevo Expert in: Graphic 16th – 20th century Central European Art Former Employers: Museums: Portrait Gallery in Tuzla, Slovenia Exhibitions: Moscow, Russia Gelsenkirchen, Germany Dubrovnik, Croatia Belgrade, Serbia Sarajevo, Bosnia Ljublijana, Slovenia Zagreb, Croatia Copenhagen, Denmark
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