ARADÁČ /Vojvodina/


Three original artworks are available from the ARADÁČ painting – the 1/3 edition (80x120cm), the 2/3 edition (60x90cm) and the 3/3 edition (120x180cm). If you are interested, please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.


Exclusively printed on archival paper ILFORD GALLERY Prestige FINE ART TEXTURED, 220g/m2, in museum quality with 100-year color durability guarantee. Manually signed and numbered by authors, with certificate of originality included. The white margins around the print allow easy framing. In this limited edition of Fine Art Print, we guarantee a maximum of 100 pieces of one artwork. Choice of 4 dimensions, prices shown only for the first 40 reproductions.

350 EUR


Painter used a golden colour of traditional brides bonnet given to her by mother in law. Golden colour represents prosperity and wealth. Floral patterns on painting were taken from brides traditional belongings which she used to bring to the new family. Wedding “venčok” as wreath used to be called in Aradáč, was used only by bride on wedding, bridesmaid used to have pigtails at the end tied up with white ribbons. As rule says that colour of brides dress has to be white only on death in family occasion she was wearing a black dress. “Venčok” is composed of tiny wax flowers mostly in shape of roses and white sprouts joined with rosemary. Brides used to give it to another bride in family on another wedding occasion. Hairstyle of young bride has its base in thick pigtail added up with two white ribbons. Wreath on painting is dating back to first half of 20. century. If young bride died before her wedding, the burial used to have all attributes of wedding and she was buried in her white dress also with wreath on her head. In village of Aradáč are still more than 20 of these traditional wreaths. First Slovaks in region of Aradáč came from Novohrad, Piešťany and Zvolen regions.