MANTRA - black is always beautiful - bold colors that spread across the canvas

€2.389,90

The supreme fondness of village life, and the practical experience of living around those small Italian villages led me to develop this painting with simple and minimal composition, with a pinch of dynamism given by the oblique lines of the sky and the earth that break up the space almost into another dimension.

To underline this pure dynamic perception also contributes the wavy brushstroke that spreads the colors on the surface of the canvas in a calculated and thoughtful way. So, it keeps the beatific life touch.

A painting with a modern flavor that contains an ancient heart, that of the small towns of Italy.

" Each of my paintings is made with excellent materials
and produced with my pure passion "

 

Specifics of my PAINTINGS

SIZE OF THE PAINTING:

80 x 100 cm (with 2 cm thickness)
USED TECHNIQUE: Acrylic on canvas
MATERIAL: Pre-treated cotton canvas on pine wood frame
CURRENT LOCATION: Artist's workshop
USEFUL INFO:
Unique artwork
Ready to hang (with hook on the back for wall attachment)
Colored edges
Artist's signature, title and creation date on the back of the painting
Certificate of Authenticity
(certifying the guarantee, originality and exclusivity of the artwork)
 
For any other information please contact me 

the things you don't know

10 curiosities about Pablo Picasso

Here are 10 curiosities about Pablo Picasso searched on the web that (reliable or not) maybe you didn't know.

1 - Picasso, a record artist

The Guinness Book of World Records cites Picasso as the most prolific painter.

2 - The mediocre and the great

One of his most famous phrases was: "The mediocre imitate, the great copy".

3 - The Picasso curse

The artist had many women, two official wives and many lovers, and was disputed for his macho attitude. The first wife Olga Kolkova went mad, Marie-Therese Walter hanged herself, Dora Maar suffered a terrible exhaustion and took her own life while the second wife Jacqueline Roque shot herself.

4 - The fear of being poor

Picasso was peniaphobic, that is, terrified of becoming poor.

5 - Who stole the Mona Lisa?

Few people know that in 1911 after the report of the theft of the Mona Lisa from the Louvre Museum he was suspected of being the author of the theft given his "particular" personality. Nothing emerged from the investigation and he was removed from the list of suspects.

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