Algirdas Petrulis was Born in 1915 in Natiskiai. Died in 2010 in Vilnius. From 1934 until 1939
he studied painting at Kaunas School of Fine Arts. He was a member of the Lithuanian Artists‘ Association. In 1995 he was awarded the Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts.
Algirdas Petrulis is one of the favorite artists for collectors of Lithuanian art. In form, his
canvases ring with lines, geometric ornaments, and characteristic colours, with all these
elements being infinitely interdependent. The impression of a harmonious whole is created by
space and light emanating from objects. The artist masterfully paints space by making the
most of its optical properties. Algirdas Petrulis’ canvases express the idea of harmony and
stability but neither is a dead plastic metaphor. Frailty and concentration, emotionality and
logic, silent joy and reflection are the dominant moods.

Algirdas Petrulis (1915-2010)

Algirdas Petrulis

"Red landscape", 1997, oil on canvas, 50x70, 1700 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Gray day", 1997, oil on canvas, 80x60, 2300 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Heat", 2007, oil on canvas, 50x50, 1500 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Telling", 2007, oil on canvas, 60x70, 2500 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Gray day story", 1996, oil on canvas, 73,5x92,5, 2500 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Morning", 2009, oil on canvas, 50x60, 1500 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"January", 2002, oil on canvas, 80x60, 2300 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Clear day", 1999, oil on canvas, 60x80, 2300 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Blooming", 2002, oil on canvas, 80x70, 2500 €

Algirdas Petrulis

"Herbarium", 1998, oil on canvas, 70x80, 2500 €