HISTORICAL

Historical painting is Vozbinas’s alpha and omega. On one hand, the painter is indeed guided by history, both
universal and national. He has a multi-layered perception of history with regard to painterly expression and
historical narrative. It is important to note that just like Sigitas Geda in his poetry or Jonas Basanavičius in his
historiography, Vozbinas weaves historical scenes and mythological episodes into a single story. On the other
hand, Vozbinas not only refers to history, but also tells stories himself. He constructs them with the help of
paints and motifs.

Queen_Barbara’s_Morning._Oil_on_canvas._2004._93_x_72
Queen_Barbara’s_Morning._Oil_on_canvas._2004._93_x_72
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Queen_Barbara’s_Evening._Oil_on_canvas._2005._100_x_80
Queen_Barbara’s_Evening._Oil_on_canvas._2005._100_x_80
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Medieval Reflection. Oil on canvas. 1994. 90 x 110
Medieval Reflection. Oil on canvas. 1994. 90 x 110
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Rider. Oil on canvas. 2016. 100 x 80
Rider. Oil on canvas. 2016. 100 x 80
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Rex. Oil on canvas. 2010. 80 x 72
Rex. Oil on canvas. 2010. 80 x 72
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History Lesson. Oil on canvas. 2010. 80 x 100
History Lesson. Oil on canvas. 2010. 80 x 100
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Magnus dux. Oil on canvas. 2015. 89 x 130
Magnus dux. Oil on canvas. 2015. 89 x 130
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Between the Baltic and the Black Seas. Oil on canvas. 2004. 80 x 100
Between the Baltic and the Black Seas. Oil on canvas. 2004. 80 x 100
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Idol. Oil on canvas. 1988. 100 x 80
Idol. Oil on canvas. 1988. 100 x 80
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