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Nikoleta Sekulovic’s ‘Mother and Muse’ collection

Nikoleta Sekulovic is an artist and mother, currently living and creating in Madrid. Born in Rome to a German mother and a Serbian father, she has exhibited her work in London, Paris and New York. We’re delighted to unveil her collection of special edition prints inspired by mothers and published in partnership with Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery.

Otrera, Nikoleta Sekulovic

Sekulovic creates in the tradition of Odalisque portraiture and yet redefines her subject as both parent and muse.

In a muted palette, and void of props and distractions, her intent is to highlight the female form stripped of external expectations and in a state of authenticity, as opposed to more traditional expressions of sexuality.

These special edition giclée prints are produced in a print run of just 250 on 330gsm Somerset Velvet cotton rag paper. They come embossed with a King & McGaw Editions stamp and are delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

‘My hope is that my work, in some way, inspires more women and mothers to dig into their vision and potential.’

Nikoleta Sekulovic

Nikoleta Sekulovic at work in her studio
One of Sekulovic’s daughters beside her mother’s painting, Sappho

These special editions are part of Sekulovic’s ‘Mother and Muse’ collection which portrays the modern-day mother as a muse.

Restoring one of the great subjects of Western Art to the intimacy of the ‘female gaze’, Sekulovic has established an international reputation with her restrained yet evocative paintings of unclothed women.

The models, all known to the artist and all fellow mothers, have been given classical titles – the names of ancient Greek female goddesses, poets and philosophers.

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