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Artist: Petro Antyp
Country: Ukraine
A member since: 2010
ARTwork online: 6
ARTwork Visits: 8465

Petro Antyp was born on April, 4, 1959 in Horlivka, Donetsk region (Ukraine). During 1980-84 he studied sculpture at the Penza Art School named after academician A.K. Savitsky, Russia. From 1982 to 1986 he continued his study at the studios of V. Tzoy and O. Bam. In 1989 he was admitted to the Union of Artists of the USSR. The same year P. Antyp and S. Novikov organized an art creative group ?Shid-Art? (?Eastern Art?). In 1990 Petro Antyp was given the grant of the Union of Artists of the USSR. Since 1992 he has been member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine.
The works have been bought in by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine and the Union of Artists of the USSR. His works are kept in private collections of Ukraine and abroad: Russia (Moscow), Sweden (Malmo), France (Bordeaux, Paris) and Germany (Magdeburg).
He specializes in three forms of art: sculpture, painting and drawing.

About the Artwork
Title: You and I
Style: Abstract
Subject: People
Uploaded: 29-Jan-10

Artist: Petro Antyp
Medium: plaster
Size: 225x84x31,5

The sculpture "You and I" is an abstract work, based on a harmonious combination of different geometrical forms. On the one hand it is purely formal. On the other one it symbolizes an eternal couple of Adam and Eve that is "You and I". The price of the work corresponds to a bronze sculpture, not a plaster one.

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You and I
By Petro Antyp

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Date:
29-Jan-10
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