Trilogy I, Vitaly Didenko (Turkmenistan) – Exquisite Art
The first part of the “Trilogy” painting by Vitaly Didenko is a remarkable example of classical abstract expressionism, where the artist’s emotions are conveyed through deep blue, red, and white layers. Despite its small size, the artwork grabs the viewer’s attention with its free-flowing paint and personal experiences captured on the canvas.
The painting was created to commemorate the centenary of the October Revolution of 1917. The snow-white colour on top of everything represents nature’s influence during that historical period. The red symbolizes the revolutionary flags, while the black represents the working class’s rebellious and outraged spirit.
The artwork has been exhibited in Finland and is available for purchase separately or as a part of the Trilogy, which includes all three parts for 8000 EURO. Each piece can be bought individually for 3000 EURO, or any two for 5000 EURO.
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