In this large Duomo Square I used a new technique: water-based paint and enamel on canvas. The inspiration that prompted me to use these two new pictorial tools was to see the works of Emilio Vedova exhibited at the moment in the spectacular Sala delle Cariatidi of Palazzo Reale in Milan. The pictorial gestures and the rhythm that Vedova gave to each of his works really impressed me. It was an exhibition that made me want to bring back his gestures and life in this work of mine that you see. I always steal from other masters of the past, but then I learned that you need to find your own identity, your own pictorial style which is like a line that continues over time and builds history.
Here are some details of this painting which make the pictorial gestures of the buildings, the details of the stained glass windows of the cathedral and the first floor where there is the line that looks like the dock of the dock. One should not be afraid of one’s origins, indeed I think they are a very important resource to be preserved. Happy Monday and good week everyone!