Artist: JURITA (1966)
100% Hand Painted in 2018, Signed
Oil Painting on Canvas
Size: 50 x 60 x 1 cm
Museum Quality Painting
No prints or computer generated techniques
“It has my two loves park and the moon. I just love how the moon lights up the water and the way. Moonlight way was painted from memory of moonlight shining on park roads as I made my way home at night with my dog.” – Jurita
Technique of work:
The picture is completely unique. Used painting technique, short small brushstrokes, which excluded backup and exact repetition. The picture will always be only a single instance.
The painting is painted with high quality “Winsor & Newton” artist’s oil colour paints on canvas gallery stretching.
Oil painting was waiting fully dry within a couple of months before was protected with dammar varnishing. Dammar Varnish the oldest liquid varnish, this gives a very high gloss and gives protection to recently completed oil paintings.
Provenance of a painting:
The provenance of the painting is clear and under no doubt. The painting was written in the artist’s studio in London.
Have Historical and cultural value.
Now the property of the artist’s family, on permanent display at the Lady Ju Art Gallery, City of Westminster, London United Kingdom.
All these years, the painting was kept by the Family Gallerie of the artist and remained unscathed.
Painting was exhibited in “Jurita-My Art Story” Art exhibition in November 2019 in 37 High Street Kensington Gallery in Rossotrudnichestvo UK.
Certificate of Authority (CA):
Ms Jurita as author and artist include with every painting she drawing a Certificate of Authority (CA). It’s a personal letter to the buyer on Ms Jurita’s letterhead documenting the title of the piece, size and medium and the support, to whom it was sold and the date. This begins the ‘provenance’ of the artwork which can be passed on to any new owner documenting a sale or gift to another. Ms Jurita also include the statement that she retain all copyrights to the image.
Instructions / How to keep
In a good frame it look all gorgeous. Now this is a very popular kind of painting.
The Painting of the allegorical landscape , oil-painted live for centuries. In this we can see by visiting any Museum of fine arts.
The Painting of the allegorical flowers will fit in almost any interior style. Decorate a living room, office, hall or country house.
It is important to place the painting in the interior. Away from direct sunlight, radiators and draughts.
Biography of the artist:
The artist Jurita are nationally recognised for the quality of her work. She have held solo exhibitions, been awarded prestigious art prizes, have exhibited outside of their home country and appeared in national and specialist press.
Ms Jurita came from former Soviet Union, painter, founder and CEO of Lady Ju Gallery in London City of Westminster, owned by artist’s family.
Russian emigrant artist of the Third Wave (1948-1989 / 1990) – emigration of the Cold War period.
Jurita studied Fine Art at the Sergei Minin Art studio in former USSR, Clauzel-B Art School in London in Carol Baker Art class, attended art-lectures in the London branch of the Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
22 April 2020 – “A Thank You From Councillor Caplan” Nominal Letter of volunteering During the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak from the City of Westminster council London, signed by Councillor Melvyn Caplan, Deputy Leader & Cabinet Member for Finance, Property and Regeneration, Lead Member for Westminster Connects, Ward Member for Little Venice.
02/2020 – “AGSA Post Nominal Letters” by the Guild Society of Artists UK, AGSA Qualification
2019 – “Star 2019” Award from The Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP in The Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Jurita regularly participate in art exhibitions, showing his work together with works by the leading masters of fine arts:
April 2020 – “stayARThome”, Rossotrudnichestvo UK, Kensington London (Group exhibitions)
November 2019 – “Jurita-My Art Story”, Rossotrudnichestvo UK, Kensington London >> Catalogue here’s (Solo exhibitions)
2018 – “Jurita Art”, Saatchi Gallery, London (Group exhibitions)
March 2018 – Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition, Mall Gallery, London UK
November 2017 – Saatchi Screen Annual Exhibition, Saatchi Gallery, London UK
October 2017 – Clauzel -B Art School exhibition, Lady Ju Gallery, London, UK
August 2017 – Rhythm And Movement In Art Jazz by Ms Jurita, Solo Exhibition at Lady Ju Gallery, London UK
March 2017 – The Flowers of Shakespeare by Ms Jurita, Solo Exhibition at Lady Ju Gallery, London UK