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"Evening Mist 1990" by Frane Mlinar - Serigraph $1,500
Evening Mist 1990 Limited Edition Print by Frane Mlinar
Evening Mist 1990 Limited Edition Print by Frane Mlinar - 0
Evening Mist 1990 Limited Edition Print by Frane Mlinar - 1
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Frane Mlinar

"Evening Mist 1990"

  • Limited Edition Print : Serigraph

    Size : 31x32 in  |  79x81 cm
    Framed : 43x43 in  |  109x109 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 275

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Hand Signed : Lower Right Hand Area
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Glass : Mat, Enclosed in Wood Frame
Purchased from : Gallery 1991
Provenance / History :
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 108843
Frane Mlinar - Croatia

Art Brokerage: Frane Mlinar Croatian Artist: b. 1959. Frane Mlinar was born in 1959 in Split, Croatia. As a student, Mlinar became one of the youngest members of the Croatian Association of Graphic Artists. He studies at the Arts University of Sarajevo and at the Faculty of Arts and History of Art in Split, earning his Masters in 1984. From 1984 to 1988, he worked as a graphic designer, focusing on commercial art and technical illustration. Since joining the Croatian hyper-realism movement in 1988, Mlinar has succeeded in becoming on the leading masters of the movement. Critically acclaimed throughout Croatia, Europe and the United States, Mlinar's work can be found in the prominent art collections of the President of the Croatian Parliament and the Deputy Chairman of the Croatian American Society. In addition, this artist's work can also be found in the Croatian Embassy collection in Washington, D.C. Mlinar's work strives to impart to the world a much calmer view of his native land. His 1994 suite, "Seasons of the Adriatic", exclusively published by Wentworth Gallery, mirrors the traditions of the ancient fishing villages along the Adriatic Sea where life remained unchanged for the last 100 years. Now a resident of the United States, Mlinar continues to paint his native Croatia, where "the sea forever talks with stony coasts and white shores, and the wind is felt like a lover as it whispers to my soul." Listings wanted.