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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020

59,5 x 42 cm

Oil pastel on paper

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£270.00
Original piece of art

Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with earthy tones of browns and greens, as well as soft tones of ocean blues, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied thickly and without too much precision taken in terms of keeping clean, even lines. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020

59,5 x 42 cm 

Oil pastel on paper

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£270.00
Original piece of art

Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with vibrant colours of pinks, greens and hints of purple and blue, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied thickly and without too much precision taken in terms of keeping clean, even lines. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2021

80 x 60 cm

Acrylics on canvas

Unframed

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£860.00
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Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with earthy tones of browns and greens, as well as soft tones of ocean blues and vibrant reds, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied very smoothly with more strict straight lines that appear more polished in an almost digitized style. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist's focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2021

80 x 60 cm

Acrylics on canvas

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£860.00
Original piece of art

Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with more colour coordinated sections with reds in one section, greens in another and yellows more separately, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied very smoothly with more strict straight lines that appear more polished in an almost digitised style. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2021

80 x 60 cm

Acrylics on canvas

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£860.00
Original piece of art

Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with darker colours with plenty of blues, browns, greys and deeper tones of pink, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied very smoothly with more strict straight lines that appear more polished in an almost digitised style. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020

160 x 120 cm

Acrylics on canvas

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£1,550.00
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Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with some pastel tones of salmon pink and light green with larger colour block sections of striking orange, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied very smoothly with more strict straight lines that appear more polished in an almost digitised style. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020

107 x 18 cm

Oil on canvas

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£560.00
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The artist takes a slightly different approach with 3 of his works, this one representing horizontally emphasized larger colour blocks in square and thin rectangle formations, almost like a jigsaw where the pieces fit with each other. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” A sense of disharmony is displayed in this work, with varying sizes and overlapping colours. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020

80 x 20 cm

Oil on canvas

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£560.00
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The artist takes a slightly different approach with 3 of his works, this one representing horizontally emphasised larger colour blocks in square and thin rectangle formations, almost like a jigsaw where the pieces fit with each other. The colours are quite muted as if dulled down by a cast of grey over the top taking down the strength of the mustard yellow and the lime green. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. A sense of disharmony is displayed in this work, with varying sizes and overlapping colours. 

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020

46 x 55 cm

Oil on canvas

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£610.00
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The artist takes a slightly different approach with 3 of his works, this one representing vertically emphasised colour blocks in square formations, almost like a jigsaw where the pieces fit with each other. The colours repeat in patterns alternating in long strips. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” While travelling in Spain, Svehla noticed the play of light on industrial buildings and here we can see the inspiration of these buildings in the simplistic formation rising high above the imagined skyline.

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Filip Svehla

Untitled, 2020 59,5 x 42 cm 

Oil pastel on paper

Unframed

(ships from Czechia)

£270.00
Original piece of art

Svehla’s sweeping colour block canvas is filled with more muted tones of orange, darker greens, and reds, split across two canvas’ making this a diptych. The paint is applied thickly and without too much precision taken in terms of keeping clean, even lines. The artist employs a formalist approach in his works, as is evident here with influence from the American and European abstract movements. Svehla describes how he rarely understands his paintings “as final works, usually, they are still just comments on the way, touching the problem from different sides.” The artist's focus on architecture can be seen here in the layers of blocks of colour mimicking the way a building is formed in layers. 

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Anthuria Spirit, 2020

Kristina Bukovcakova

Acrylics on canvas

60 x 90 cm 

Unframed

(ships from Slovakia)

 

£1,120.00
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Using cooler tones of blues and greys, with splashes of purple and red, in this painting Bukovcakova represents a more mellow organic structure comprised of petals, sprouting blooms and rock formations. A red calla lily-shaped flower elegantly sweeps down through the centre of the canvas into the centre of a blue ring of abstract natural matter. The dappled rock formations are discretely and minutely marbled with pink, flesh tones, again alluding to Bukovcakova’s penchant for giving these natural elements humanistic characteristics. The interwoven connection between all the structures describes how intimately nature is entangled, just like human relationships, and must not be disrupted any further. 

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Layers of Land with Violet, 2020

Kristina Bukovcakova

Acrylics on canvas

80 x 100 cm 

Unframed

(ships from Slovakia)

£1,650.00
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Surrounded by layers of matter and in the company of a little snake creature, alone violet looks out at the viewer with a grumpy expression. The imagined furrowed eyes and slight opening of the mouth of the flower appear to give this violet a withered and fed-up expression. In the foreground of the canvas, a little snake is curled up in a crevasse in the soil, decorated with an intricate and striking yellow and silver pattern. The snake appears unthreatening and tranquil, in contrast to the usual depiction of snakes in traditional iconography as creepy and threatening. Here this ecosystem is depicted in peaceful coexistence, and Bukovcakova is portraying the quiet harmony that these natural elements exist within and that which is so vulnerable to destruction at the hands of the human race.

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