12 July 2021
2021 Stazione Centrale 70x90cm olio su tela

Monday 12th July 2021 – Railway

The subject of the railways is really something that strikes me, for the structures and for the speed created by the lines of the tracks. In this painting there is in the foreground a diagonal with an iron railing of a bridge, which makes us be there, as spectators of the scene. Then there are those three vertical poles, which balance the push towards the horizon given by the tracks. The white spaces of the docks are wanted, just to […]
15 March 2021
2021 Stazione centrale 50x60cm olio su tela

Monday 15th March 2021 – Central Station

In this painting I wanted to portray the Central Station from the top of a bridge, with the overpass bars in the foreground that open onto a broad view of the railway. There is a train stopped at the platform, it is waiting to complete the last stretch to access the station. In the foreground there are many directions, all very delineated, fast and opposite: the lines of the tracks that go towards the horizon, the train in the opposite […]
23 November 2020
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Monday 23rd November 2020 – Central Station

When I decided to paint this Milan Central Station, I asked myself what I wanted to aim for and the answer was very immediate: to convey the feeling of returning home. I found an interesting interpretation in the fast movement of the rails: the light rises towards the architecture of the Station in these oval shapes, as if they were open shells which one enters to stay sheltered. The choice of blue is linked to the fact that it is […]
3 February 2020
2019 Stazione centrale 50x60cm olio su telav

Monday 3rd February 2020 – Central Station

In this painting I am inside the train, and this is the moment before it enters the gallery of Milan Central Station. The rails are in the foreground and I chose to use only the monochrome shades of blue to enhance the wait to enter the gallery, the final stage of the return journey. The waiting is painted in the central part of the work, where there is that light that stands out between the two poles. Clearly those brushstrokes […]