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Antanas Žmuidzinavičius (1876-1966)

Antanas Žmuidzinavičius (31 October 1876 - 9 August 1966) was a Lithuanian painter and art collector.
Educated at the Veiveriai Teachers' Seminary, Žmuidzinavičius worked as a teacher while pursuing art education in the evenings in Warsaw.
He further studied at the Académie Colarossi and Académie Vitti in Paris.
In 1906, he returned to Lithuania and organized the First Exhibition of Lithuanian Art and the Lithuanian Art Society which he chaired.
He also established the Vilnius Art Society which united artists of different nationalities.
In 1908-1909 and 1921-1924, he toured western Europe and the United States.

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Laimonas Šmergelis (Lithuanian, 1972)

Born in Utena, Lithuania Laimonas Šmergelis is a very talented artist, with many paintings full of vivid colors, surreal elements and great portraits. Laimonas was inspired from Picasso and Gustav Klimt..
1985 - Utena Children Arts School.
1989 - repeatedly graduated from Utena Children Arts School.
1995 - Siauliai Pedagogical University, Bachelor Degree in Arts and Crafts.
1997 - Siauliai Pedagogical University, Master’s Degree in Humanitarian Sciences, Fine Arts Studies.
Worked as arts teacher in a primary school. Since 2003 organizes courses in Utena Region Association for Disabled.Organized about 20 personal exhibitions. Since 1990 participates in group exhibitions (about 40 exhibitions).

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Natalie Shau, 1984 | Pop Surrealism painter

Natalie Shau is mixed media artist and photographer based in Lithuania (Vilnius). She refers to herself as a mixed media artist and photographer with an interest in fashion and portrait photography as well as digital illustration and photo art.
Some go as far as to describe her as a world-famous female representative of the hi-tec avant-garde of figurative art and leading illustrator and photographer in the digital art scene.
However, none of her shorter or longer biographies published on the internet make clear whether the Lithuanian ever attended art school at all or whether she is a mere autodidact. Considering the absence of any reference to an art education in her biographies, one rather has to assume the latter.

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Arunas Rutkus (Lithuanian painter, 1961)

Arunas Rutkus is one of those rare artists who, sensing the rhythm of globalization, joined the global art stage with great confidence.
The artist has exposed his works in more than 50 personal and group exhibitions across the globe, and his artworks can be found in museums, galleries and in private collections in the USA, Qatar, Monaco, France, United Arab Emirates, China, Russia, United Kingdom, Italy, Holland, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, Estonia, Hungary, Spain, Israel, New Zealand, Lithuania.
Arunas Rutkus is famous for his unique painting style, characteristic for so called Eastern school – figurative poetic symbolism, and impeccable implementation technique.

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Andrius Kovelinas

"Le donne sono state disegnate dal Creatore in modo straordinario!"

Andrius Kovelinas, pittore surrealista Lituano, dipinge la donna giocando con gli sguardi, le apparizioni, gli stati d'animo.
I suoi lavori sono tutti ad olio su tela, ma lo stile e la tecnica non sono per Andrius così rilevanti.
La preparazione - l'idea - è per lui essenziale e richiede molto tempo. Prima di iniziare un'opera su tela, Andrius si crea un disegno su carta.
Lui stesso dice di non essere in grado di creare un'opera velocemente. A volte per terminare un lavoro impiega anche 3 mesi. Il risultato è la bellezza e la perfezione estetica.

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Andrius Kovelinas (Lithuanian painter, 1958)

Lithuanian painter Andrius Kovelinas has been living in Ireland for almost 6 years now. His extraordinary style and imagination has been on show at The Green Gallery shortly after he set foot on these shores.
For many years Kovelinas had travelled throughout Europe producing his masterly works everywhere he wen “I travelled a lot in Europe through Countries such as Sweden, France, Hungary, Lithuania, Spain. My sister lives in New York I go there two or three times a year and organise small private exhibition for collectors. Before I moved to Ireland I was living In Northern France in the City of St. Michel".
Among traces of Kovelinas still visible there is a large fresco for the supermarket chain L’eclerc. He returned there for a short time in 2007 to take up a similar commission. At the beginning of 2008 he had his most recent solo exhibition in Austria, in the beautiful city Gmunden. In summer time every years, traditionally, he participates in the international Art Camp in France.
Most recently winning the coveted second prize in the most prestigeous Anglo-Italian Academy of Art biennial at the Chianciano Art Museum, Italy with his painting 'Red Dance'.

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Ceslovas Cesnakevicius | Lithuania | Digital Surrealist painter

Ceslovas Cesnakevicius is 30 year old artist from Lithuania. He creates really unusual and attractive shots in the sphere of digital art. His photos are so simple and at the same time so incredibly thought-provoking.

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Alfredas Jurevičius 1959 | Lithuania

Alfredas Jurevičius was born in 1959 in Telšiai. He studied at Stepas Žukas Art Technical School in Kaunas, later K. Preikšas Pedagogical Institute in Šiauliai and in 1991 entered Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts. The artist joined the Lithuanian Artists' Association in 2003. Alfredas Jurevičius participates in exhibitions arranged in Lithuania and abroad since 1990. The artist has arranged personal exhibitions in Vilnius and Druskininkai (Lithuania), Warsaw (Poland), Dornhan-Furnsal, Ditzingen and Munich (Germany), Dambury (USA), Moscow (Russia). Painter's works were demonstrated and sold to art lovers in Lithuania, Belarus, USA, Finland and other countries. At first glance, paintings of Alfredas Jurevičius (often called by the pseudonym Juras) could be compared with the works of Greek or Egyptian mythology. However, a closer look reveals the merge of picture elements with each other and the unfolding expressive dimension of the cosmic genesis. Artist's visions, his mysterious and perfectly disclosed world of meditation infuses various feeling into all viewers. Expressive compositions and pictures speak their own and specific language. The sounds of colours harmoniously move within the palette of nature tones, entwine with red, green and blue shades. No less interesting and inventive are factures of paintings. They not only attract visually, but are enriched with deep magnitude of time signs and rhythmics. Signs of time reflect diverse attitudes, and even a global thinking.