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'Sadness' Abstract Oil Painting by Szilárd Szilágyi
Dimensions: 118 x 132 cm (46.5 x 51.9 ")
Medium: oil on canvas
Conditions: new artwork
Shipping: this abstract oil painting will be shipped to your address for free from artist's studio in Hungary. It will be delivered in a crate ready to be placed on a wall.
Certificate of Authenticity: you will receive the COA (certificate of authenticity) signed and dated by the artist to prove that the artwork is original.
Szilárd Szilágyi is a self-made artist born in 1959 in Siklós, Hungary. He began to take a serious interest in art during his university years. In his earlier period, Szilard produced works that were thematic in character. However, his later pieces are the images of the inner memory, created through artist's perception and reflections. His works are exhibited worldwide from his native Hungary to Germany, from France to Sweeden. Ignoring actual trends, his pictures are inspired by nature and social phenomena. His paintings are made of different sizes and mixed techniques.