Paris, City of Love. The most romantic city in the world. A place where starry-eyed lovers stroll hand-in-hand along the River Seine or linger in sidewalk cafes speaking French, the “language of love.” A city whose beauty strikes us at every corner, with its elegant architecture, iconic monuments, and the subtle combination of art, history and nature, creating the perfect canvas on which love can be conceived and painted into its own masterpiece.
Standing above the city is the most romantic of places, the Eiffel Tower. With its glittering lights illuminating the birth of evening, couples share romantic moments, wedding engagements and honeymoons, that create memories that will last an eternity.
Pavel Mitkov loves Paris, and the great tradition of artists and work that have flowed from its studios for centuries. He paints it often, always capturing its magnificent surroundings and that romantic “magic” in the air.
The Artist presents a romantic vision of Paris. Find yourself strolling with someone you love down its streets or through this canvas masterpiece, and you will understand why Paris is called, the City of Love.
Original artwork, 110 x 110 cm, Oil on canvas, 2016
Pavel Mitkov's black and white artworks are brimming over with reflections, states and even conflicts. Here, the image prompts associations interwoven with skilful symbolism.
The artist turns images into carriers of meaning, finding common grounds with viewers in the way of visibility and its different layers.
Original artwork, 140 x 120 cm, Oil on canvas, 2016
The artist presents a fascinating winter fantasy displaying all the delicacy and beauty of the season.
Houses are tucked away in white powder, their chimneys sporting snow caps. The forest is dozing, all wrapped in icy lace, and is dreaming of the spring.
Seeing Pavel Mitkov's winter-themed artworks, everybody gets to feel the season's warmth, surrender to winter's charm and breath in its crystal air.