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Fine art giclée print 85 x 79 cm in limited edition, mounted on aluminum panel. This is the Work n. 2 of 9-unit project. We certify that this is a professional high definition nine color fine art print on hahnemuhle daguerre 400 gram fine art canvas. This project provides for the total and certified printing of 9 copies of the original work painted in oil on canvas of 85 x 79 cm "Confidenze" made by myself in 2015. To embellish this limited edition, only nine prints of this dimension. Each framed work of art is shipped ready to hang, straight out of the box. The black wooden frame is in classic American box style with a depth of 2,16 inches. In the additional images, I have included two photos demonstrating the frame I use to frame the work. The limited edition print is accompanied by a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity. Other limited edition prints of this artwork may only be available in other sizes. Please note that the Giclée digital printing technique is an individual reproduction which, thanks to the high quality and brilliance of the color of the reproductions, is preferred to the traditional printing techniques of artists, art galleries and museums around the world. The original works that I create are inspired by the great masters of the 16th and 17th centuries, reinterpreted in a contemporary key, with particular attention to traditional materials and techniques.
Painting Print:Fine art giclée print. on Canvas
Artist Produced Limited Edition of:9
Size:31.1 W x 33.5 H x 0.8 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Handling:Ships in a box. Artists are responsible for packaging and adhering to Saatchi Art’s packaging guidelines.
Ships From:Artist's studio in Italy.
Customs:Shipments from Italy may experience delays due to country's regulations for exporting valuable artworks.
. .. in Richard, absolutely refined painter, it seems that Nature is claiming a consideration of portraiture parity with the human figure, in so far as, in its way of bringing fruit, it is endowed with a vital soul, an inner pulsation that can be defined as a kind of temperamental characteristic. The representations are framed and located within the preset limits of a posing and into a spectacular arrangement. In this theatrical way of painting the plot is imperceptible to the first visual impact, and requires a good training to the decoding of the technical processes to be grasped in its descriptive and structural functions. The tonal relations are obtained with the use of clear and basic dyes, stretched with a slow motion, which allows to distribute on the surface and where from time to time it is necessary, the strength and the tenuous nature of the tract. The calibration of the light, which seems to come from a natural source, does not play much on vibration, as on the ability to reveal the sinuosity evoked by the bright colors and the transparent shadows. The backgrounds are mostly dark or atonal and give contrast and thickness to the volumetric effects. As for the colors, which are also the key performers of the form, if not the prompters of attention to the detail, I suspect they hide the typical anxieties of a certain seventeenth century symbolism, where the fray of a peel, or a slight defect in the ripe plumpness of a fruit have a sense of memento mori
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