Lot #104 | Autumn Period by Maxim Bundzilo

10 Years Old
2022. Lviv, Ukraine

19,7″x19,7″ (50×50 cm) Acrylic, Art Canvas
● This Artwork Comes With a Wall Plaque of the Good Samaritan
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Estimate USD

6,000.00

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Lot Essay

Looking for a powerful piece of art that reflects the reality of our times? Look no further than “Autumn Period” by Maxim Bundzylo, a 10-year-old artist whose talent and insight belies his age.

This stunning acrylic on canvas piece measures 19,7″x19,7″ (50×50 cm) and captures the turmoil and uncertainty of our world today. With tanks, missiles, military planes, and cars, Maxim depicts the harsh reality of war and conflict that surrounds us. Yet, despite the chaos, there is a poignant desire for safety and security that permeates the painting.

“Autumn Period” is a powerful statement about the state of our world in 2022. It reminds us that, even in the midst of conflict and uncertainty, we all long for peace and stability. Maxim’s ability to capture these complex emotions in his art is truly remarkable, and speaks to the power of young people to make a difference in our world.

Whether you are an art enthusiast, a collector, or simply looking for a piece that speaks to the challenges of our times, “Autumn Period” is not to be missed. This one-of-a-kind painting is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, and a reminder that hope and beauty can be found even in the darkest of times. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history – join our charity auction today.

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