The fools rule the world by Gyuri Lohmuller

The fools rule the world

oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm
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You have idea!This one is inventive!
over 5 years ago
Gyuri, Must Have taken you a long time to paint this what a wild rid that must have been......patrick
over 5 years
Great art, Gyuri.
over 5 years
once you see my work , you'll understand my interest in yours. Our mines think a lot a like goog work
over 5 years
This is art of my Hart.
over 5 years
Thank you all!
over 5 years
good painting
over 5 years
Yesss,THAT IS!!!
De cateva minute m-am gindit la asa ceva...dar cu cladiri...si iata-l!S-ar putea sa VAD?
over 5 years
i love your work so much i hope one day i can be as good as you.5*********
over 5 years
Beautiful piece.5*
over 4 years
Amazing painting!!! Bravo! Aliki
over 4 years
YES!!!! This is superb......fantastic.....and really cool!!! :) Love everything about it. :)
over 4 years
Ooooo......I like the numbers on the dice as well......3 times even.....:P
over 4 years
Was this Dali inspired? I would have mistaken it for a long lost masterpiece done by him. AMAZING detail, not just in your perspective skills or even how life like you can create your images, but moreso in your symbolism. Everything has a meaning and I can appreciate that!
over 4 years
Beautiful work 5*****
over 4 years
It's really good. I like this work.
Esteve
over 4 years
I love this idea. It is beautifully painted, and the composition is verty strong too
over 4 years
I love your work, you are a truly amazing artist, so incredibly talented.
over 4 years
brilliant ! tmj
over 4 years
So very true. I just love your perspectives
over 4 years
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Gyuri Lohmuller"If I ever make a good painting, I will be excused for being a painter." (Gyuri Lohmuller). Self-educated painter, having exhibitions in Austria, Germany, France and Hungary, is willing to share his inner world. His paintings reflect his deepest emotions. "The emotion", he says, "is Art."
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I have noticed PopArt seems to get less comments than other forms of art, is it because it is thought of as a 60's thing or is there another reason?
This very cheeky Graham and I love it,, especially the bright colours. No doubt about you having a go at anything and coming up trumps every time. Big... view answer
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