MediaMixes based on the Mesopotamia, the Legend of the Ancient World collection



MM Flames of Agade

  • Available size: 80x80 cm
  • Place and date of creation: Sitges, 2020
  • Oil - gold - preprinted canvas
  • This MediaMix was presented at Tamás Náray's exhibition in Switzerland, St. Moritz (Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St.Moritz)

The composition presents the history of the city of Akkad through aligning unique shape constellations, and color reflexions that were forged to symbols. The name ‘Agade’ means ‘Crown of Fire’. The curiously toned shape unfolding from the intersection of the four segments speaks of the legend of Sarrukin. The blue color boiling up from below reflects upon the infant found in the water, a story not unlike the one of Moses. Above, the stretched darker area’s yellow effects stand for the providence that aids acquiring the throne and receiving Istar’s blooming love. The Akkadian king’s glorious conquering of the four corners of the Earth looks back at us in the four segments of the painting. Sarrukin revived Agade to resemble Babylon, which resulted in angering Marduk, patron deity of the city of Babylon.

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MM Flames of Agade - 80x80 cm



MM Walls of Ninive

  • Available size: 100x80 cm
  • Place and date of creation: Sitges, 2020
  • Oil - gold - preprinted canvas
  • This MediaMix was presented at Tamás Náray's exhibition in Switzerland, St. Moritz (Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St.Moritz)
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With this painting, the artist narrates the demise of the Assyrian city, with a composition unfolding from a maze of precious objects. The forceful lines crossing the golden inlays formulate the enormous gate structure surrounding the city, the gold mass stands for the sanctuary of Ishtar and, within, the red rectangle is the altar. The darker tones of the artwork warn for the words of Jonah: Nineveh cannot avoid its destiny, it’s strong walls will fall during its siege.

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MM Walls of Ninive - 100x80 cm



MM Queen of Sheba

  • Available size: 115x200 cm
  • Place and date of creation: Sitges, 2020
  • Oil - gold - preprinted canvas
  • This MediaMix was presented at Tamás Náray's exhibition in Switzerland, St. Moritz (Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St.Moritz)
  • RESERVED

In the center of the frame we can see the beautiful face of Queen Sheba unfolding. The spring water of the Garden of Eden sparkles in turquoise as it bursts out of the crimson textures as a geyser, forming the outlines of Queen Sheba’s mesmerizing glance. Her silky hair is being caressed into gentle waves by the breezy greens of nature, her honest lips are ignited red by Solomon’s true love. In the right side of the painting, the blueish contours imply an oval shape, a shape that's inviting depth symbolises the gates of purification and wisdom. The golden stairs leading to the entrance of the temple bear a double meaning: for one, it outlines the seven-lamp candelabrum, but it also stands for the road that leads to fulfillment. According to the legend, Queen Sheba, bowing before the wisdom of Solomon, finds redemption in faith.

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MM Queen of Sheba - 115x200 cm

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