Gold'n'Fish - Republic Y, Majgat
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Gold’n’Fish

Gold’n’Fish series collects the canon of the greatest portrait paintings of the Republic ¥ in one place and confirms that “it all depends on which side of the fence you are standing”. As in every society, also in Republic Y there is the social pyramid with two eternally dependent classes, the noble and working class. Because in this country nothing is entirely certain, and the reality often adapts to the situation, every citizen plays the role of both nobleman and a working class hero. The canon of portrait paintings from the Republic ¥ has been shaped for centuries, and one can trace its many influences from the world greatest masters such as Vincent Van Gogh, Diego Rivera, John Hubbard, Edouard Manet, Edgar Degas, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Rembrandt van Rijn, Duane Hanson, Mehoffer, Alexander Gierymski, Leon Wyczółkowski and Wojciech Weiss. Oddly also Polish school of portraiture from XVII/XVIII century had a huge impact on the development of Republic ¥ portrait painting. With a unique way of framing, in which the frame is an integral part of the image this very minimalistic realism perfectly closes the compositions of the world where 2D lives integrally with 3D
Gold’n’Fish, serigraphy, 50x70cm , limited edition of 66, paper Munken Pour Rough 150g, numbered and signed, 2016
Wildy in chinese suit, 100×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Leon Wyczółkowski „self-potrait in chinese suit”
Old Bish dozing, 90×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Duane Hanson „the old man dozing”
Chrust Pelliziaro, 100×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Bonawentura Dąbrowski „Portrait Pawła Pellizzaro”
Wildy Murillo, 100×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on  Bartolome Esteban Murillo „self portrait”
Orange Confussed Cat, 90×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Aleksander Gierysmki „Pomarańczarka”
Angerjudie Branycka Potocka, 90×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Ary Sheffer „portrait of Katarzyna from Branickich Potockich”
Kink Vozniakovska, 120×80 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Henryk Rodakowski „portrait of daughter, Maria Woźniakowska”
Yadwiga Confussed Cat, 100×100 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Leopold Horowitz „portrait of Jadwiga Dembowska”
Pinkbeard Chaynecki, 100×70 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Leon Kapliński „portait of Stefan Czarnecki” Portret Stefana Czarnieckiego
Slod Grabowsky, 70×100 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on  Giovanni Battista Lami „portait of Paweł Grabowski”
Chrust Roulin, 73×92 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Vincent van Gogh „Joseph Roulin”
Angerjudie with Green Umbrella, 60×90 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on John Hubbard „Woman with a Green Umbrella”
Pink Fishbeard, 100×70 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Harry Haerendel „Fisherman with a smoking pipe”
Edfarta of Janakosky, 70×100 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Józef Mehoffer „portrait of wife Jadwiga Janakowski”
Slod Flores,  60×120 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Diego Rivera „Delfina Flores”
King Steven Baroty, 73×92 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Marcin Kober „portrait of King Stefan Batory”
King Stanislav Limb in negligee, 60×80 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Jan Chrzciciel Lampi „King Stanisław August Poniatowski in negligee”
Otto von Bishmarck, 60×90 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Franz von Lenbach „Portrait of Bismarck”
Prince Botur Vasa, 60×80 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Peter Emanuell „Prince Gustav Vasa”
Botura, the laundress, 50x70cm cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Edgar Degas „the Laundress”
Edfarta Reading Newspaper, 50x70cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Wojciech Weiss „Model reading newspaper”
Kink Negress, 50×70 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Anna Bilińska „the Black Woman”
*sold* Ydo Roulin, 50×60 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Vincent Van Gogh „Camille Roulin” *sold*
Limb the cardplayer, 50×60 cm, acryllic + spray on canvas, 2017, based on Paul Cezanne „the Cardplayer”
„Gold’n’Fish” Mito, Warsaw, 2017 phot. Viabirdie / Kamila Gołębiewska