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Nenad Mirkovich In The Mood Limited Edition Print 


Nenad Mirkovich In The Mood Limited Edition Print   Nenad Mirkovich

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited Edition | Dim:21 x 35 | Nenad Mirkovich| Item #: SAMOODC

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In the Mood - Artist Signed

NOTES: This painting shows King Oliver's Band in the 1920-1922 period. From left to right standing in the back: Honore Dutry, Baby Dodds, King Oliver; in front from left to right: Louis Artmstrong, Lil Hardin, Bill Johnson, Johnny Dodds. I love painting performers. I do my best to capture the mood with vibrant color. I want the viewer to feel, as well as see, the color, and hear the music through the color.

In The Mood Limited Edition Print by Nenad Mirkovich is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Nenad Mirkovich.

Nenad Mirkovich bio

The man whose first name means "surprise" in his native language delivers that element in his paintings of tranquil landscapes, crashing coastlines, peaceful symphonies and energetic jazz bands. Collectors of all ages and of varied lifestyles find something in the diverse repertoire of Nenad Mirkovich to delight the senses. He delights himself with the reactions of viewers when they discover that the same talented artist painted all these scenes.

Nenad Mirkovich says the varied subject matter and styles he uses in his work are not so different as they first seem, however. His paintings comprise juxtapositions of opposites—high drama with peaceful beauty, darkness and shadow with light and sunshine, movement with quiet. In a face or in a landscape, the elements that provide the surprise are much the same.

Born in Belgrade in 1951, Mirkovich has made his home in Houston, Texas, since 1985. He began painting and drawing as a young child, and his background as a portrait painter and magazine illustrator in Yugoslavia helped him to develop his varied styles, says his wife Donna.