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Woodland Goddess by J H Lynch Tretchikoff era HUGE Art Paper or Canvas Print in Art, Art Prints

VLADIMIR TRETCHIKOFF Rare Kitch Print BALINESE GIRL Portrait VINTAGE Midcentury #Vintage

VLADIMIR TRETCHIKOFF Rare Kitch Print BALINESE GIRL Portrait VINTAGE Midcentury #Vintage

Vladimir Griegorov Tretchikoff (SA 1913 - 2006) Oil, "The Mask", Signed, 101 x 75

Vladimir Griegorov Tretchikoff (SA 1913 - Oil, "The Mask", Signed, 101 x 75

Tretchikoff's enthusiasm for exotic plants and the influence of the east is evident in this composition entitled "Pink Magnolia". The magnolia plant is indigenous to Japan. #Tretchikoff #Magnolia #Art #Artist #East #Africa #Exoticplants #Painting #ArtPrint

Tretchikoff's enthusiasm for exotic plants and the influence of the east is evident in this composition entitled "Pink Magnolia". The magnolia plant is indigenous to Japan. #Tretchikoff #Magnolia #Art #Artist #East #Africa #Exoticplants #Painting #ArtPrint

We can all relate to Tretchikoff’s painting entitled ‘Blue Monday’.  “Monday Morning feeling needs no explanation, and the Monday Blues are not the prerogative of artists! Tretchikoff, however, is particularly susceptible, so much so that he refuses to paint on this day whenever possible. Here is the artist at a loss for inspiration, the very colours clash in warring disharmony within his mind.” – Howard Timmins #Tretchikoff #art #Painitng #BlueMonday #MondayBlues

We can all relate to Tretchikoff’s painting entitled ‘Blue Monday’. “Monday Morning feeling needs no explanation, and the Monday Blues are not the prerogative of artists! Tretchikoff, however, is particularly susceptible, so much so that he refuses to paint on this day whenever possible. Here is the artist at a loss for inspiration, the very colours clash in warring disharmony within his mind.” – Howard Timmins #Tretchikoff #art #Painitng #BlueMonday #MondayBlues

Tretchikoff’s ‘Not for the birds’: The artists view of a Seagull and a basket of Red Roman fish which are always abundant at the Cape Town harbour. #Art #Artlovers #artist #Tretchikoff #Painting #Inspiration #notforthebirds #seagull #birds #redroman

Tretchikoff’s ‘Not for the birds’: The artists view of a Seagull and a basket of Red Roman fish which are always abundant at the Cape Town harbour.

Tretchikoff’s ‘Dahlias’: Dahlia’s are native to Mexico and very popular in South Africa – Tretchikoff enhances these beauties by adding an eastern setting through the use of the oriental vase.

Tretchikoff’s ‘Dahlias’: Dahlia’s are native to Mexico and very popular in South Africa – Tretchikoff enhances these beauties by adding an eastern setting through the use of the oriental vase.

Tretchikoff’s ‘African Drummer’: “The viewer senses the rhythmic intoxication as the drummer beats out the language of the drums, which could spell danger, or –a dance.” – Tretchikoff by Howard Timmins

Tretchikoff’s ‘African Drummer’: “The viewer senses the rhythmic intoxication as the drummer beats out the language of the drums, which could spell danger, or –a dance.” – Tretchikoff by Howard Timmins

Tretchikoff’s ‘The Inspiration’: “Through a sea of colours comes woman – as yet unformed – half spirit, half flesh. Tretchikoff is firmly persuaded that, as with the Muses of Greek mythology, women have inspired his better achievements.” – Tretchikoff by Howard Timmins

Tretchikoff’s ‘The Inspiration’: “Through a sea of colours comes woman – as yet unformed – half spirit, half flesh. Tretchikoff is firmly persuaded that, as with the Muses of Greek mythology, women have inspired his better achievements.” – Tretchikoff by Howard Timmins