Artist's description:

This handsome lad is looking straight into the eyes of an image on the page, that of Federico Fellini, as he directs his movie Satyricon (1969). The figure, his gaze, his step, his backward arching arm seem to be reacting to the intensity of Fellini’s pointing finger, and dark-eyed gaze. As if the director is commanding his actor and the actor is responding to his direct command, the stage is set and will be played out as best he can. Bursts of turquoise, pink and yellow add drama to the pose.

Materials used:

acrylic and ink on book paper (with dictionary definitions)

All the World's a Stage (2016)


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This artwork is sold by Hal Howard from United States

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