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Tabletop Painting

Francesco D'Adamo

Italy

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 43.3 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in

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Oil, acrylic, acrovinilico, spray and markers on canvas. The painting is signed on back and front and comes ready to hang. It's protected with final antiUV layer and it's shipped by the artist in a wooden crate, ready to hang. From the "Lost and Found" series. “Lost objects, found objects, things to be lost, things to be found. Objects and subjects. People and memories and habits and places. A look into our times amidst drama and irony, somewhere between a diary and a collective experience. And maybe much can be found, just by losing something.”

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:43.3 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in

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Painter and musician, Francesco D’Adamo was born in Siena, Italy in 1979 and grew up in Termoli. His first approaches with painting came during his childhood by taking private classes, but it was only after 2006, when he moved to Bologna, that painting came back as a constant and fundamental presence in his life and over time became his main activity. The following years saw his first exhibitions in the city and the participation at various art fairs and events over Europe and Asia. This first decade of painting research brought on Francesco the interest of collectors and art lovers from all over the world and culminated in the prominent solo exhibitions Chimere (2017), Discanto (2018) and Dyssomnia (2019, Hong Kong). These first ten years of work came together in the book “Decade,” published in 2021. His painting research is rooted in the Italian informalism and American abstract expressionism, with particular emphasis to a continuous dialogue between visual and musical language. The sign and its rhythm, layered surfaces, a strong palette and the use of different techniques, they all flow together to create a lyrical and yet deeply concrete image.

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