From Lazo and Živa series. Original drypoint and aquatint, 1981. Experimented print on Arches paper. Published by Published by Visconti fine art gallery.
Miodrag Dado Đurić was a famous figurative artist from Montenegro. He spent most of his life in France, painting, engraving, drawing, making illustrations, sculptures and digital collages. Dado often said that his artwork is a mixture of everything and it represents the rejection of what is called civilization. He is known for his surreal fantastic creatures and colorful dynamic compositions and the drawing and lines were the basis of his philosophy. This is a series of prints and drawings that are dedicated to Lazar and Živa Vujić, collectors and founders of Visconti Fine Art gallery.