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Jovanović Miroslav Dalton

     
     

Jovanović Miroslav Dalton (Serbia)

1956-2009

     
  Jovanović Miroslav Dalton - Wisdom       He was born in Belgrade in 1956. He began doing painting in 1973. He resided in Belgrade. In the nineties he changed his pictorial expression, which had previously been reduced in colouring, subject matter and moderate symbolism and began to apply an interesting procedure in creating his forms. The second half of his creative period was characterized by special, vigorous expression, presented in intensively coloured stripes where he often incorporated his euphoric messages. He achieved a higher degree of the pictorial by abstracting forms and alienation from narration in favour of the artistic. With the unity of geometric and zoomorphic elements he created a special kind of emblemised painting, most often abundant with symbols of distinctly personal origin. The unconditioned love for bright and intensive colouring reveals his hyper-sensibility. His interest in the structure of form can be found in every segment of sparkling elements of composition, which is full of whirlpools, glowing and tension.  
  Wisdom, 2006, combined technique on canvas, 60x80cm  
 
         
     
Jovanović Miroslav Dalton - Finesse Jovanović Miroslav Dalton - Stone Flower Jovanović Miroslav Dalton - Flags Jovanović Miroslav Dalton - Air-Oxygen Jovanović Miroslav Dalton - Wisdom
         
Finesse, 2000,

tempera on cardboard,
40x30cm

Stone Flower, 2001,

tempera on cardboard,
40x30cm

Flags, 2004,

oil on canvas,

80x60cm

Air-Oxygen, 2004,

oil on canvas,

80x60cm

Wisdom, 2006,
combined technique
on canvas, 60x80cm
 
         
         
         
 
 
 
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