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Drawing: Ink, Graphite, Marker, Paper, Pencil on Paper.
Drawing: Graphite, Marker, Paint, Ink and Paper on Paper.
Oil Ink & pencil on paper
This series of work is inspired by the early Italian Renaissance paintings.
This particularly one is "Doppio ritratto dei duchi di Urbino" (Federico da Montefeltro e Battista Sforza) painted by Piero della Francesca.
This couple represents a turbulent complicate love only sustained by decadence and lust and at the same time pure and perfect.
Red lines are like veins going inside their bodies in a perfect white skin.
I use mirror and double images because I think in life nothing is certain, it is always another side of the story, another point of view, life has many shades many possibilities, every one of us is unique and nobody else is capable to perceive and feel like we do, even if I think we are all connected.
I always admire the beauty that these masterpieces evoke, you can never have enough, doesn’t matter how many times you saw them you will always feel amaze.
The idea is to bring modernity and transform a Renaissance atmosphere into a contemporary image.
We live in a world in constant change, never having a moment for ourselves, never find the time to have some peace and tranquility.
In this body of work I want it to give the observer some time to reflect, to take a big breath and simply enjoy the moment to see something beautiful.