Venice – works for sale

soclul lui Pantalone

Don Pantalone’s pedestal

Don Pantalone – the “miser” seems to be the dominant feature of this famous mask. The artist portrays the character in the middle of the lagoon on a pedestal, having as background the main buildings of Piazza San Marco. The symbol used is the vault; its floating suggests that it is empty, that it is an economic crisis.


AFBMattaccino

Il Mattaccino

The artist extrapolates here the story of the “Il Mattacciono” mask across Venice. It is a gesture to point out the trace of disappearance of traditions in Europe. In Venice some balconies were covered by nets during the carnival for defense against scented eggs. They were thrown especially to the windows of the young ladies’ rooms. The gondolier bears the frustrated mask through the quiet lagoon.

30/40cm, oil on cardboard

crihanaflorian@gmail.com


Piazza San Marco

Accomodation in Piazza San Marco

Painting is a representation of the flooded San Marco Square. The artist forces this situation where the water is not at all deep and imagined a gondola. Everything is changed to turn the Campanile di San Marco into an insignificant mooring pillar. Over time, there has been a tendency to embellish these pillars, and the artist made a painting in the first series “Venice”, entitled “The Lollipops”.

30/40cm, oil on cardboard

crihanaflorian@gmail.com



Despartitorul

Despartitorul

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AFBPodul Rialto 12XX

Rialto

The work represents the Rialto Bridge in its first variant – wooden. It looked like the flight scale at the airport.

30/40cm, oil on cardboard

crihanaflorian@gmail.com

AFBDrumul spre judecata

Drumul judecatii

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Valizele

Valizele

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Scafandrul

Scafandrul

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