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ASK MORE QUESTIONS 50x90 cm
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LADY 45x61 cm Oil on canvas
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DO NOTHING 150x100 cm Mixed on canvas
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FIGHTER 50 x 70 cm Acrylic on canvas
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IT’S NOT WHO YOU ARE... 100 x 70 cm Mixed on canvas
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YOU LOOK LIKE MY NEXT MISTAKE 76.5 x 55 cm; 80x40 cm 76.5 x 55 cm; 80x40 cm
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BOUQUET 2014 100 x 70 cm C-Print on lambdaimager printed on super glossy paper
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You’re dead serious.../Why so serious 100 x 70 cm
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SURVIVAL SECRET 1/ MASA 116 x 80 cm Oil on canvas
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HOKUS POKUS 100 x 70 cm Oil on canvas
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FOCUS 1 120x80 cm Mixed technique on canvas
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FOCUS 2 120x80 cm Mixed technique on canvas
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NEW BORN 120 x 80 cm Acrylic on canvas
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Nr 1 100 x 70 cm Acrylic on canvas
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3/4 60 x 90 cm Technique mixed on canvas
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KOSMOS 1 73 x 92 cm Oil on canvas
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KOSMOS 2 73 x 92 cm Oil on canvas
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Oil on canvas 100 x 70 cm Technique mixed on canvas
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I WILL NEVER BE LIKE YOU 69 x 59 cm Acrylic on canvas
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HUNTERIN 100 x 70 cm Acrylic on canvas
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Acrylic on canvas 81 x 119 cm Mixed on plywood
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NO FACE 150 x 100 cm Oil on canvas
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PLOT / FAMILY 100 x 80 cm Acrylic on canvas
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CHARACTER / GREEN LADY 100 x 80 cm Acrylic on canvas
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MONKEY 106 x 76 cm Mixed on plywood
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07 120 x 80 cm Mixed
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UNTITLED 2016 100 x 70 cm Printing and painting on canvas

LECH BATOR

(Born in 1986) Lech Bator (born in 1986) is a Polish contemporary visual artist, who seduces us with his graphics, collages and paintings. Despite his young age, he has his own distinctive, expressive and recognizable style. He represents modern Deer Art style. Bator graduated from Warsaw’s European Academy of Art in 2010 with a degree in graphic design. During his studies at the European Academy of Arts, he had the opportunity to develop and improve his skills under the guidance of outstanding Polish artists, including Franciszek Starowieyski and Antoni Fałat

Originally fascinated by traditional graphic forms, he turned his attention to paints and canvas. But he still describes himself as a “graphic artist who paints”. In Poland, the popular practice of hanging painting featuring a stag is often derided as the epitome of bad taste in art. Playing with this convention, Bator has made the animal something of a trademark in his work, in which it appears as a distinctive, often puzzling symbol. According to the artist, the stag is a motive “so anonymous that everybody can see whatever they want in it”.