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Portfolio Martin Antonius

Martin Antonius

Since Martin Antonius was born into family of artists, he started drawing as soon as he could hold a crayon.

His first major inspiration was the art of Hieronymus Bosch. However, the turning point was a visit to the Joan Miro´ Museum on Mallorca. From that time on, he took up painting seriously, and developed his own unique style.

Martin Antonius usually creates his paintings spontaneously, directly on canvas, without prior sketches. This gives his art a unique authenticity.

"Cats" acrylic on canvas
"Cactus - 1"
"ALCUDIA"
Martin in his studio
Edsvik gallery Stockholm
The COW ON the cactus

When Martin Antonius was six years old, he suffered from the onset of a rare disease, Spastic Paraplegia, which affects motor skills in the lower limbs. At first he had to give up skiing and cycling and eventually stopped walking.

"A Wheelchair"
"AFGANISTAN"
"GAS STATION"
"MEDUSA"
"CASINO"
RÅTTA

"Råtta"

"Bayonette Macka"
"Trollslända" (DRAGONFLY) acrylic on canvas - April 2018
"Krokodilen" acrylic on canvas - April 2018
EXHIBITION IN SWEDEN

Recently Martin Antonius has become interested in ceramics.

CERAMICS by MARTIN ANTONIUS
Martin Antonius design
Matin Antonius ceramics cats
ceramic TILE by Martin Antonius
Martin Antonius

Martin Antonius exhibited his paintings in galleries in Sweden, Poland and Spain. His paintings are in private art collections in New York, Paris, Marbella and also on Mallorca, in Sweden, Austria, Germany, Denmark and Spain.

Martin invites you into his colorful world full of humor and positive energy.

to be continued...

If you like what you see, if you want to buy Martin Antonius` ART, let´s connect! We would love to hear from you! You can reach Martin at: antonius@tele2.se

Facebook page with Martins and family Antonius artworks:

GALLERY AAA ANTONIUS

Link to - RICHARD A ANTONIUS - portfolio

Link to - ELLA ANTONIUS - portfolio

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