Mare Vint is one of the most important graphic artist of the last decades. SH started with abstract gouache drawings as early as the late 1960s, but soon turned to graphics influenced by Japanese printmaking. Mare Vint's drawings are probably the most poetic and delicate in Estonian art history. In her works, Vint depicts some of the most sensitive symbols and moods. Her approach is characterized by a laconic and very clean pictorial language, where the author focuses on a few objects and allows them to speak in an empty image space. As a filigree artist, but even more so as an author who sharply perceives atmosphere, she is one of the few who convincingly shows us the depth of an image's aura.
To see more artworks from the author take a look at the selection at Online Arthaus.