The Puzzle Painting by Giacomo Braccialarghe

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The Puzzle

Giacomo Braccialarghe

South Africa

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Size: 19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.6 D in

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About The Artwork

Artwork inspired by the social-environment in South Africa. The richness of Africa such as its people, culture and land is represented by the Gold (metal leaf), one of the five predominant colours used in this series of artworks called "Africana".

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:19.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.6 D in

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Giacomo Braccialarghe was born in Milan, Italy in 1968 and spent his first 6 years of his life in South Africa then returned to Italy. He studied and lived in Florence then migrated back to South Africa. Giacomo worked as Graphic designer, Web designer, 2D animator and illustrator for children's books. He also facilitated Multicultural Art Workshops for primary schools in Tuscany. Since 1993 Giacomo’s passion for painting and sculpture has led to his participation in many successful exhibitions in Italy and recently in South Africa. His painting are based on realistic human figures and are represented using an abstract style that reflects that of a Fine Graphic Artist. His interest is to represent the social-environment in any form, either evident or unspoken. Giacomo’s work is moving towards abandoning the realism of human figures, exploring the introspective representation of human society throughout the multiple layers of secrecy, loosing any form of realism that is still present in his work. His latest series "Africana" started in 2017.