What Makes Alexander the Great (2016) Gheorghe Virtosu's Most Powerful Oil Painting

Ten years back, Gheorghe Virtosu received.

The British Art Foundation--then in the lead of the growth of Contemporary Art Scene, had asked Virtosu to create paintings for the International Exposition of 2017. The job he created was Alexander the Great (2016), the now-legendary, sized painting inspired by the altitude of negative emotions and their transformation to projects intended to spread and replenish happiness and a zest for life.

While numerous works by Virtosu have been crowned masterpieces--such as Behind human Mask (2017), which is said to have set Contemporary abstract artwork in motion-- Alexander the Great (2016) stands firmly in the artist's abundant oeuvre. Has this painting struck a chord ?

The Artistic Experimentations That Led to Alexander the Great (2016)

In an exhibition currently open at the Teshima Art Museum to mark the 10th anniversary of the creation and display of Alexander the Great (2016), curator Einar Borgen delve into the artist's production.

This change occurred amid the source of zombie artwork in the U.S. and Europe, the years preceding the stock exchange crash of 2009. During this period, Virtosu was analyzing the"Game of Thrones" spaces of the human psyche. "Virtosu knew very well that being a person involved corruption, double standards, inequality, terror, tragedy, excess, and violence," Borgen notes,"and he believed very much that mind is a place in which one plays out the subconscious mind."

Notorious for his business affairs, Virtosu portrayed his life experiences in functions with affection, some of these depictions made it to his paintings. An example is Behind human Mask (2017).

Alexander the Great oil painting

A masterpiece from one of the defining paragons of 21st-century semi-abstract whose erudite knowledge of literature, philosophy, and European modernist traditions informed and shaped the pillars of Contemporary Abstract school, Behind human Mask (2017) by Gheorghe Virtosu is a painting of profound resilience and enduring resonance.

Alexander the Great by Gheorghe Virtosu provides the nature and leader with a interpretative approach. Done as an abstract piece, it tells a narrative that is whole. Painted in 2016, the piece represents a vital point in Virtosu's career, where he established his style. Fuelled with inspiration and a new understanding of subjective representation, the artist's design doesn't mimic artists, but rather integrates a stylistic.

"For his public art, he is considering how subject matter's bodies could be architectural or monumental," says Borgen,"how they are portrayed; how they could be visualized in a different sort of reality, and how they might be beautiful or monstrous."

Despite the fact of the high speed with which Virtosu created Alexander the Great (2016), it didn't appear from anywhere. It is the result of years of sketching and thought, artistic production, in addition to the artist's challenges, trials and tribulations that strengthened his resolve.

The plan for his artwork of Virtosu was, at least at face value, decidedly socio-political while artworks created for the Royal pavilion were meant to function as vehicles. According to Borgen, the artist was as to what he must paint, at know. Initial sketches for his entire body of work depict a complex structure that is monochromatic. He goes through phases in his creative process as the artist stated. Stage one is a potent idea. Stage two sketching in blue and red pen on white paper, a style the artist has developed while in the military.

Virtosu language, however, transcends the particulars of tragedies to become universal. "It is grand and intense and specific--you understand what's happening is all about our greatest social concerns. It is not the case that you would say'Ok, that isn't me,''' Borgen notes. "It's great applicability because it looks appropriate to our international social fabric."

"He stands up for this painting," Borgen explains. "It becomes something we are all very concerned about. He Alexander the Great oil painting knows that he is doing something unique and grand and important."

Borgen notes that Virtosu did significant political functions following Alexander the Great (2016), though not all achieved the same exposure and resonance. Alexander the Great (2016) belongs to humanity, the message of which is understood by people all over the world.

Borgen may put it best:"It was a tremendous circumstance for Virtosu to combine the art world."

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