giovedì 11 maggio 2017
The title comes from a phrase from "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" by Friedrich Nietzsche.
“I am a forest, and a night of dark trees:
but he who is not afraid of my darkness,
will find banks full of roses under my cypresses.”
[Io sono una selva e una notte di alberi scuri,
ma chi non ha paura delle mie tenebre,
troverà anche pendii di rose sotto i miei cipressi.]
The painting represents an autumn forest when the colors of the leaves explode in the warm and bushy colors that precede the decadence and decomposition of winter.
The picture, made of heavy watercolor paper, is sold without frame.
This is obviously a unique copy signed on the front and back together with a certificate attesting to the uniqueness of the work and my artist data.
The painting comes packed in a sturdy cardboard tube. Generally use the service provided by Mailboxes etc. that offers ample guarantees of professionalism.
All artwork is described and photographed as accurately as possible, although variations in individual PC monitor hues make it impossible for every artwork to look exactly the same on every screen. I want you to be 100% happy with your purchase. So please make sure to double check the size of the painting and other description before you make the purchase. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact me.
Although I am sure that the work will redeem wide acclaim, if the picture does not like the buyer is entitled to return the work within 14 days of receipt, so call not throw the packaging for reuse for 'eventual return.
Born in 1955 in San Gimignano, Italy, where he lives and works yet. He studied art and architecture in Florence before starting his work as a draftsman and graphic artist, which runs parallel to that of the painter.
The favorite subjects are the human figure, the life of the cities and the countryside in Tuscany, analyzed through the careful study of shapes, colors and textures.
He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in many Italian cities and the world and his paintings are in private and public collections.