"I observe the nature and I take the details, I feel the scent. This artwork is inspired by the emotion I feel when I am looking at a plant and when I feel the scent of a flower. In this painting "The concept and the expression", I used the technique of oil on canvas, I spread the color with the paintbrush, so gestural and spontaneous, and I completed the painting with the use of the palette knife and finally with my fingers. I always have a special relationship with each of my paintings, which I feel is complete only when he begins to live and communicate with me."
This composition is a diptych consisting of two paintings by measures: 75x52 cm and 40x52 cm, in total a painting of 115x52 cm size.
This artwork was created by me in a single original and signed on the back of the canvas.
The technique used by me is of excellent quality oil on canvas 100% coton.
The canvas is stretched on a wooden frame and artwork is ready to hang.
On the painting there is a layer of final varnish that protects against UV light and dust.
This original abstract painting is accompanied by a signed certificate of authenticity whit photo on the back.
Shipped by express courier whit insurance, in 3-8 working days worldwide.
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Please note: The images in context it may be not to scale and are for display purposes only.
International Buyers: for non EU countries (European Union) I have to provide Certificate from Ministry of Fine Arts in 6-7 days.
Import duties (non EU countries), taxes and charges are not included, and are the buyer's responsibility.
About my painting and my inspiration
"Painting has always been my way to communicate.
Convey emotions and feelings through paintings, to arrive in the soul of the observer is my purpose.
I have the inspiration from the unsurpassed beauty of nature, by the reflection of light of a sunset, by the sound of the rain when it comes down, by the scents that releases the spring."
°°° THANKS FOR VISIT, Davide
Oil on canvas, palette knife, paintbrush, fingers, final varnish