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The 5th in my series of paintings representing Italian Graffiti.
Browsing around the city where I live can be very stimulating and Milan has a lot to offer. As well as some beautiful architecture and art in general, People come from all over the world to see Leonardo's Last Supper! On the down side, many of Milan's walls are covered with graffiti, some good and some dreadful. I have selected a few of the more interesting and colourful images and roughly adapted them as background to my series 'Italian Graffiti'.
I find this one particularly representative of the times we're living. Violence is all around us but we carry on our daily business and try not to think about it.

The borders of this painting are painted black to enable immediate hanging.

Materials used:


Italian Graffiti 5, Modern communication - Indifference II (2015)


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This artwork is sold by Rosalind Roberts from Italy

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