Following in the tradition of romantic landscape painting, Kalle Kataila thematizes man, quiescent and motionles, tarying before nature’s grandiose scenery. In more recent works, Kataila not only finds his atmospheric landscapes at spectacular or exotic sites, but also in urban localities. Yet Kataila always shows man in lonely places, under abroad stretch of sky and a low-lying horizon.
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