THE COLOURS OF LIFE Painting by Luigi Maria de Rubeis

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Luigi Maria de Rubeis


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In these days of isolation for Covid, I increasingly reflect on the importance of life. This reflection led me to execute this painting where the colours are shining, these peonies wander in a black space where I put little Swarovki diamonds like stars in the sky. Mr. de Rubeis is deeply involved in every aspect of his art. His belief in the importance of using high quality materials is evident to all who see his work. He finishes all his works of art with a high quality paint that protects them from sunlight and dust, preserving them in the best possible way. His commendable skill, talent and ability to bring each work to life have made his paintings highly sought after and can be found in numerous private collections and respectable art galleries around the world. Investing in his work will bring a life of pleasure to the most demanding buyers of fine art and considering the artist's talent, it will only grow in value over time.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in


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Italian painter, had his start in 1970 by winning a contest for Biancheria Bassetti and Rivista Grazia with a prize of 1,000,000 lire in gold coins designing a four-person tablecloth. He was considered an “enfant prodige” when in 1973 he put on his first art show, receiving attention from the best critics in the sector. This notoriety won him an exhibition in Toronto, Canada in 1975 and access to the most important “collections?” in the sector. A 1976 exhibition in Kofu, Japan gave him name in Eastern countries as well. He taught painting in art institutes (Istituti d’Arte) and for a short period at an architectural university as well. He was a protagonist of “nuova figurazione” painting in the 1980s. His first research was on art from the 1600s of which he is now an expert; the materials, techniques, and preparations are the essential basis for continued research. Nature, beauty and transparency have been the protagonists of his continuous investigation. He has never painted in the purely commercial spirit, but has insisted in trying to be a protagonist in society with works that exalt the correct use of our irreplaceable patrimony: life. In 2014 he decided to work exclusively in international locations.

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