Niko Pirosmani – honest and poor artist, who wrote poignant masterpieces on cheap oil-cloth for the food.
Niko Pirosmani was primitivist. Of those artists about whom people far from the art and understanding, they say, “Yes I would have no worse than painted.” But only a blind man can not see the whole painting poignancy Georgian artist.
Behind the apparent naivety of animals painted on the oilcloth and holiday feasts are hidden deep feelings, the pain through the joy and happiness through the pain. And it becomes more than obvious if you know a little bit about the life of Niko Pirosmani.
photovide.com admires the talent and inner strength of self-taught artist from the small Georgian village. And hopes to transfer some of his admiration to you.