Collection: Maria Manuela Vintilescu

Master of Modern Japanese Portraiture

MariaManuela Vintilescu, a prominent Swedish visual artist, carries on an artistic journey that started at the age of seven at the Modern Museum in Stockholm. There, mesmerized by Niki de Saint-Phalle's impressive sculpture "She", her artistic eye was awakened for the first time.

The inspiration for Maria's art comes from various sources, including old Japanese woodcuts and magazines. She finds particular fascination with the consciousness of the modern woman in Japan, where every hair clip and every detail is carefully thought out to create a harmonious whole.

In her works, Maria portrays modern Japanese women. These portraits are constructed from childhood dreams, memories and discoveries. Blending the traditional and the modern in her images, MariaManuela Vintilescu creates works of art that are not only visually appealing but also carry a sense of depth and complexity.


French School, Stockholm


Edsvik Art Center, Stockholm
Art Anglais, Stockholm
Galerie Birch, Copenhagen, Denmark
1021 Design Center, Löderup
Bergström Gallery, Båstad
Galerie Artima, Paris, France
Gallery GKM, Malmö
Bern's Asian Rest. Stockholm
Art Elysée Paris, France
Vasa Art Gallery, 5X POP, Gothenburg
Galerie Jane Griffiths, 5XPOP, Val d'Isère, France
St'Art Strasbourg Art Fair, France
Design center 1021, Österlen
Galerie de Lee, 5xPOP, Seoul, South Korea
SOMA Museum, Seoul, South Korea
Art Paris, Paris, France
Galerie Jane Griffiths, Val D'isére, France
Karlshamn Art Gallery, Karlshamn
Gallerihuset, Copenhagen, Denmark
Art FAB, Women in Europe, St.Tropez, France
Gallery GKM Siewert Bergström, Malmö
SelArt, Kvarnholmen
Galerie Salvador, Paris, France
Villa Tamaris Center d'art, Seyne-sur-Mer, France
Art Brussels, Belgium
Gallery Kim Anstensen, Gothenburg
Bukowski Charity Auction, Stockholm
Stockholm Art Fair. Stockholm
Galerie Salvador, Paris, France
Spitz Gallery London, England
Gallery Eklund & Wallmark, Stockholm
Gallery Fabien Fryns. Marbella, Spain
Gallery Agard & Thornwall. Stockholm
Tokyo Art Factory. Tokyo, Japan
Gallery Jan Wallmark. Stockholm
Art Herning. Herning, Denmark
Gallery Wolfsen. Aalborg, Denmark
Liljevalch's Spring Show. Stockholm
Civic Square. Stockholm