Paul Narbutt

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Tapyba.info Art

Joined Artfinder: March 2017

Artworks for sale: 408

(132)

Lithuania

About Paul Narbutt

 
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  • Biography

    Since childhood I was attracted by the sea. It is impossible to wade twice into the same river, and I can add that it is impossible to see the same view of the sea twice. Distant horizon, boat shaped clouds, dance of waves and mystical sunsets have always aroused a desire to perpetuate these views on canvas. I learned to paint in Lithuanian art schools, and later improved my skills privately. Whenever I have the opportunity, I try to get to the sea and catch a changing sea mood. My paintings are painted with a painting (pallete) knife. Such painting technique ensures that each piece is completely unique and it is impossible to recreate it. Also, you are welcome to watch video clips from my studio and see the steps on how a new work of art is being "born". From 2011 I'm the owner of the art gallery "Tapyba info Art".

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    2018

    American Art Awards

    CATEGORY 14: FANTASY LANDSCAPE. 4TH PLACE-TIE,
    Artwork “A Dream Of The Sea” 35.4x11.8”, oil on canvas.

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    2018

    American Art Awards

    CATEGORY 35. REALISM LANDSCAPE. 3RD PLACE.
    Artwork “Crystal Clear”. 19.7x19.7”. Oil on canvas.
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Awards

2018

American Art Awards

CATEGORY 14: FANTASY LANDSCAPE. 4TH PLACE-TIE,
Artwork “A Dream Of The Sea” 35.4x11.8”, oil on canvas.

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2018

American Art Awards

CATEGORY 35. REALISM LANDSCAPE. 3RD PLACE.
Artwork “Crystal Clear”. 19.7x19.7”. Oil on canvas.

There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

Since childhood I was attracted by the sea. It is impossible to wade twice into the same river, and I can add that it is impossible to see the same view of the sea twice. Distant horizon, boat shaped clouds, dance of waves and mystical sunsets have always aroused a desire to perpetuate these views on canvas. I learned to paint in Lithuanian art schools, and later improved my skills privately. Whenever I have the opportunity, I try to get to the sea and catch a changing sea mood. My paintings are painted with a painting (pallete) knife. Such painting technique ensures that each piece is completely unique and it is impossible to recreate it. Also, you are welcome to watch video clips from my studio and see the steps on how a new work of art is being "born". From 2011 I'm the owner of the art gallery "Tapyba info Art".

 
 
 
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