Vintage Male Portrait Italian Renaissance Florentine Youth circa 1960
The fresco technique used in this vintage male portrait of an Italian Renaissance Florentine youth circa 1960 gives a sense of depth and immediacy to the scene. The image captures a young man at the moment of turning with his gaze averted from the viewer. The bold composition and the use of complemetary colours creates an indelible image of past and present Italian beauty. Signed lower right. Please enlarge all the photographs to see the details in closeup.
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31.50" w x 1.75" d x 35.50" h
80.01cm w x 4.45cm d x 90.17cm h
The fresco technique used in this vintage portrait of an Italian Renaissance Florentine youth circa 1960 gives a sense of depth and immediacy to the scene. The image captures a young man at the moment of turning with his gaze averted from the viewer. The bold composition and the use of complemetary colours creates an indelible image of past and present Italian beauty.