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"Portrait of a Man Who Thinks He's Don Quixote with Flowers" - Original Artwork by Daniel J Zyzniews

Updated: Oct 9, 2022




Original Created: 2015

Subjects: Men

Materials: Canvas

Styles: Abstract Expressionism Conceptual Expressionism Surrealism

Mediums: Oil

Painting: Oil on Canvas

Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size: 27.6 W x 19.7 H x 1.2 D in

Artist : Daniel J Zyzniewski


This oil on canvas is painted in two phases. First phase was almost ten years ago when I was fascinated in colours only and created a background. The second and actually present phase is strongly connected to my fascination of form. I was wondering how can I tame a color plane using another colours trapped in form. Besides I love spring flowers and I spend a lot of time in botanic garden meditating the nature. One of my favourite is a botanic garden in Madrid. So, I was hope to show the moment when human meets nature delicacy. This painting is on cotton canvas on wooden stretcher.


Daniel J Zyzniewski, gives a short bio on himself, a psychologist, clinical neuropsychologist, therapist and art historian. A lecturer at Open University of University of Warsaw. His birth place is Poland, liveing and working in Warsaw. He usually paints "alla prima" using wet-on-wet technique. Most oils are painted with a thick layer of oil paint not very diluted. That's because texture of paintings is important to me as well. He also likes watercolors and gouaches.

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