Daniel Pitin’s Bleak Architectural Paintings

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Czech painter Daniel Pitin exposes haunted interiors in his work, as if tearing away walls of houses with his paintbrush to give his viewers a better look. Pitin renders structured, precise shapes with loose brush strokes, as if intentionally dismantling the architectural structures he creates. His muddy color palette makes the sparsely-populated worlds in his paintings appear bleak and desolate — the characters appear lost amid the chaos of dripping grays and browns. Take a look at some of Daniel Pitin’s works below.

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