Gábor Roskó

Technique: acriylic on fibreboard
23,60 in
0,00 cm

The subject of Gábor Roskó’s painting is the collection of ornamental motifs characterising a number of his works, complemented with textual elements. Painted in the typical style of 19th century painted shop signs, the work combines the crossing guns in the centre of the image with symbols familiar from Christian iconography. Also evoking the compositional structure of ornamental folk art, the painting is a perfect example of the enigmatic ambivalence characterising Roskó.

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