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Peeter Krosmann

Peeter Krosmann

Artist's country of origin: Estonia

Peeter Krosmann (b 1971, Pärnu, Estonia) is a painter living and working in Kaunas, Lithuania. He has studied in the Konrad Mägi Studio in Tartu and has graduated in 2005 from the Painting Department of University of Tartu. Since 1999, Krosmann has been teaching various subjects including drawing, illustration and comics design in the Tartu Art School and in the Tartu Art College. In 2015, he was awarded the Ado Vabbe Art Award. Although most of his personal exhibitions have taken place in Tartu, he has also exhibited in Lithuania, Latvia, France and Norway. His style mixes together a traditional approach to painterly technique with a contemporary view of the world that surrounds him. He is a noted portraitist and is well known for his depictions of urban settings. Krosmann has also created various large-scale permanent art works using sgraffito.


Cthulhu red by Peeter Krosmann
Cthulhu red  
240 x 120 cm
With the flag by Peeter Krosmann
With the flag  
70 x 90 cm
Olive tree. Blue. by Peeter Krosmann
Olive tree. Blue.  
90 x 60 cm
Olive tree. Dark grey. by Peeter Krosmann
Olive tree. Dark grey.  
90 x 60 cm
The tulips by Peeter Krosmann
The tulips  
50 x 40 cm
Judith by Peeter Krosmann
90 x 70 cm
Park by Peeter Krosmann
100 x 100 cm

Mixed media

Then there was evening and there was morning. by Peeter Krosmann
Then there was evening and there was morning.  
106 x 106 cm

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