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Panorama of Paris Painting

Elio Bargagni

Italy

Painting, Watercolor on Paper

Size: 39.4 W x 9.1 H x 0.1 D in

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The painting shows a wide panorama of Paris in a delicate and bright watercolor style. On the left side, the famous silhouette of the Eiffel Tower stands out, standing out against the sky. Continuing to the right, you can observe a romantic representation of the Pont Alexandre III with its ornate columns and decorative lamps. The Seine River flows peacefully in the center of the painting, with several boats dotting its calm waters. The bridge leads the gaze towards the central area where you can glimpse trees that seem to dance to the rhythm of the autumn wind, fading into various tones of brown, ocher and green. Further bridges follow one another, creating an effect of depth and continuity. The horizon is dominated by a clear sky with pastel shades, suggesting the beginning or end of the day. On the right, the composition concludes with the dome of the Panthéon, followed by a series of less defined Parisian buildings that suggest vast urbanization. The artist's signature is positioned discreetly in the lower right margin, contributing to a sense of balance and completeness of the work. Overall, the painting evokes a sense of peace, elegance and a love for the city of Paris.

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Painting:Watercolor on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 9.1 H x 0.1 D in

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Elio Bargagni was born in Dicomano, Florence - Italy on 8 May 1930. He completed his artistic studies in the Tuscan capital under the guidance of maestro Campeggi. He dedicated himself to watercolor at a very young age, meeting the painters Scortecci, Ospitali and Ortino in the streets of Florence. Most of the paintings from that period were sent abroad, mainly to Austria and the United States. In 1962 he moved to the Veneto, where he was able to take picturesque views of Venice, the hills of Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto. In 1967 he moved to Lucca. In May 1977, after joining the Italian Watercolorists Association, he took part in the association's first major exhibition, held at the Palazzo del Turismo (ex Arengario) in Milan, together with the great artists: Raimondi, Zecca, Falzoni. They wrote about Elio Bargagni (Antonino De Bono, L'Acquerello in Italia, Milan): «He studied the lesson of the Macchiaioli in depth, giving life with his water painting to a personal interpretation structured in energetic juxtaposed patches that materialize with vigor the synthesis of form and color en plein air". Mario Marzocchi, attentive interpreter of the pictorial anxiety of the Tuscan masters: «The layout of a landscape or a still life is always rigorous, nothing is left to improvisation; in each of Bargagni's watercolors the synthesis is achieved through the sieve of meditation and the selecting work of emotions. Each painting is a story in itself, written and rewritten until the spirit finds serene rest in front of the page full of lights, until the search for language ends in style." Therefore, Elio Bargagni's style makes use of a particularly evocative substance, immersed in a warm and exuberant typically Tuscan atmosphere: the scrub exalts, opens up, seduces, penetrates the farmhouses, gives impetus to the biche, reinvigorates the suggestive corners among the old villages and the old houses enchanted in the brilliance of the tone. He has held personal and collective exhibitions: from Bagni di Lucca to Lucca city, from Martignana (Empoli) to Villa Olmo (Como), from Milan (Selene Gallery) to Monza (Modern Art Gallery), to Villa Maria di Grante (Como ) to Borgo a Mozzano (Lucca), from Fucecchio to Milan (L'Acquerello art center of the Minardi brothers), etc.

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