UNDER THE HEAVEN OF INSANE GOD

Insanity I

160 x 100, oil on canvas.

Symbol of the collapse of civilisation. The image refers to the war in Syria, which I listed with the culture of ancient Assyria (architecture and ornaments in the background, the character of the king of Assyria to the left, up the right figure from the palace Sargon Lamassu II) and the magical figures symbolising Good and Evil.

Insanity II

170 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.
The essence of evil, and the tragic wars of aggression shown by monochrome colour. Remittance of the image avoids detailed narrative, highlights for this essential vision of human drama to the horrors of war. The problem of endless current conflicts in the Middle East is compounded by the ascetic portrayal of the whole content in the image.

Malala

130 x 130 cm, oil on canvas.
Malala Yousafzai. Pakistani activist working for access to education and women’s rights. Her story is well known to us. Had a great impression on me because of her courage and tenacity. I present it symbolically in the image as a woman liberated from the yoke of the religious law, which is defended by religious fanatics.

Hamza

100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.

Hamza al-Khatib, a 13-year-old boy a symbol of the Syrian revolution, brutally killed by Syrian security forces. Victim of a brutal regime of president Bashar al-Assad. Presentation of that boy is a tribute dedicated to him…

Je Suis

100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.
Image referring to the well-known watchword of solidarity with the victims of the attacks in Paris in 2014 and their families – is an expression of a universal meaning. The notify “splitting” by birds symbolising the Middle East map “cut off from the rest of the world” complement by post surreal characters in the lower parts of the image.

Innocent

100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.
Figure of a woman, a symbol of the millions of victims of the ongoing war on Earth. A woman wearing a black dress referring to the customs of Muslim women in the Middle East, however, with the broken elements inconsistent with the local canon, refunded by style to the future.

Tradition

130 x 130 cm, oil on canvas.

To obtain meat for human consumption, in the name of religion Islamists and Judaists torture animals slitting their throats and thus leading to their death. The picture is my protest against these heinous acts. At the mouth of the cow inscription written in Arabic, animal’s cry for deliverance from suffering.

The Battle of Angels

100 x 100, oil on canvas.
Angels, occurring against each other. Refer to the current drama of the human condition. An image of each of them, “crippled”, without certain parts of the body, represents the internal construction of emotional disintegration. Despite this, the angels constantly fighting. Below, the symbol of maimed Muslim children as a result of the wars. The image refers to the current conflicts in the Middle East.

Lighthouses

Boadicea

130 x 130, oil on canvas.

Authentic character, also known as Boudica, queen Icenów (one of the tribes of the Britons), the symbol of Liberty, disintegrating under the influence of evil dominates the Goodness on Earth.

Absynt

100 x 120, oil on canvas.

One of the first works of Langowska after beating cancer. The painting “Paris which does not exist” has a twofold meaning. Firstly it expresses the painter’s respect towards the impressionist painters, and secondly, it depicts her individual artistic path, which may be seen as a kind of departure from traditional notions as well as establishing her own style of the creative output.

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

The Time Of The Black Butterfly

100 x 120, oil on canvas.

This kind of “Anti – absinthe”. Everything has its opposite. Every matter does not exist without antimatter. Langowska by painting this image simultaneously wanted to tame her inexplicable anxiety by moths…

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Signs Of The Saint Adam

100 x 120 oil on canvas.

The grim vision of the moment, when a man discovers fineness and primitiveness of his religious beliefs. Creator turns out to be completely not included into human’s mind, completely transcendental, not available. All legends, myths, religious parables lose meaning. Man can not see God because there is no such possibility. The author is also not able to do this. She can not and does not want to specify its form.

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Galery of one image

Lonely Tyrants

illustration for the magazine Characters

Variété

Haiku

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Claude

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Van Gogh’s Field

Houses

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Giants

UNDER THE HEAVEN OF INSANE GOD

Insanity I

160 x 100, oil on canvas.

Symbol of the collapse of civilisation. The image refers to the war in Syria, which I listed with the culture of ancient Assyria (architecture and ornaments in the background, the character of the king of Assyria to the left, up the right figure from the palace Sargon Lamassu II) and the magical figures symbolising Good and Evil.

Insanity II

170 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.
The essence of evil, and the tragic wars of aggression shown by monochrome colour. Remittance of the image avoids detailed narrative, highlights for this essential vision of human drama to the horrors of war. The problem of endless current conflicts in the Middle East is compounded by the ascetic portrayal of the whole content in the image.

Malala

130 x 130 cm, oil on canvas.
Malala Yousafzai. Pakistani activist working for access to education and women’s rights. Her story is well known to us. Had a great impression on me because of her courage and tenacity. I present it symbolically in the image as a woman liberated from the yoke of the religious law, which is defended by religious fanatics.

Hamza

100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.

Hamza al-Khatib, a 13-year-old boy a symbol of the Syrian revolution, brutally killed by Syrian security forces. Victim of a brutal regime of president Bashar al-Assad. Presentation of that boy is a tribute dedicated to him…

Je Suis

100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.
Image referring to the well-known watchword of solidarity with the victims of the attacks in Paris in 2014 and their families – is an expression of a universal meaning. The notify “splitting” by birds symbolising the Middle East map “cut off from the rest of the world” complement by post surreal characters in the lower parts of the image.

Innocent

100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas.
Figure of a woman, a symbol of the millions of victims of the ongoing war on Earth. A woman wearing a black dress referring to the customs of Muslim women in the Middle East, however, with the broken elements inconsistent with the local canon, refunded by style to the future.

Tradition

130 x 130 cm, oil on canvas.

To obtain meat for human consumption, in the name of religion Islamists and Judaists torture animals slitting their throats and thus leading to their death. The picture is my protest against these heinous acts. At the mouth of the cow inscription written in Arabic, animal’s cry for deliverance from suffering.

The Battle of Angels

100 x 100, oil on canvas.
Angels, occurring against each other. Refer to the current drama of the human condition. An image of each of them, “crippled”, without certain parts of the body, represents the internal construction of emotional disintegration. Despite this, the angels constantly fighting. Below, the symbol of maimed Muslim children as a result of the wars. The image refers to the current conflicts in the Middle East.

Lighthouses

Boadicea

130 x 130, oil on canvas.

Authentic character, also known as Boudica, queen Icenów (one of the tribes of the Britons), the symbol of Liberty, disintegrating under the influence of evil dominates the Goodness on Earth.

Absynt

100 x 120, oil on canvas.

One of the first works of Langowska after beating cancer. The painting “Paris which does not exist” has a twofold meaning. Firstly it expresses the painter’s respect towards the impressionist painters, and secondly, it depicts her individual artistic path, which may be seen as a kind of departure from traditional notions as well as establishing her own style of the creative output.

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

The Time Of The Black Butterfly

100 x 120, oil on canvas.

This kind of “Anti – absinthe”. Everything has its opposite. Every matter does not exist without antimatter. Langowska by painting this image simultaneously wanted to tame her inexplicable anxiety by moths…

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Signs Of The Saint Adam

100 x 120 oil on canvas.

The grim vision of the moment, when a man discovers fineness and primitiveness of his religious beliefs. Creator turns out to be completely not included into human’s mind, completely transcendental, not available. All legends, myths, religious parables lose meaning. Man can not see God because there is no such possibility. The author is also not able to do this. She can not and does not want to specify its form.

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Galery of one image

Lonely Tyrants

illustration for the magazine Characters

Variété

Haiku

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Act

Field

Claude

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Van Gogh’s Field

Vincent

People

Houses

Sold. The painting is in a private collection.

Giants