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Federico Cortese

 
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Turin
Italy
federico cortese
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I was born in 1971 in Turin where I live and work as an artist. My preferred techniques are classic oil canvas paintings and pencil drawings
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I was born in 1971 in Turin where I live and work as an artist. My preferred techniques are classic oil canvas paintings and pencil drawings
 
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Artist: federico cortese

Item title: Zhòng, heavy

Category: Drawing

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 30 x 40

Material: pencil on paper

Producing date: 2016

Item price: 150 EUR

Item description:
From the series "Zi hua", pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm, 2016.

I wanted to learn to write Chinese characters, but I've lost control! I have always been fascinated by the art of the ideograms, and when I was in China I spent hours and hours, enchanted to observe people trying to dip the brushes into water, and to draw on the ground ephemeral signs intended to evaporate, with controlled and sensual movements. But my nature is baroque! The gesture that I started cannot be stopped, the hand begins to draw on the paper some convolutions, scrolls and doodles, at first timid, but soon prevailing over the same character and its meaning! And the gesture that remains, even if free and decorative, is extremely rewarding for me!

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Item Ref.: 10981 via federico cortese

Artist: federico cortese

Item title: Zhòng, heavy

Category: Drawing

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 30 x 40

Material: pencil on paper

Producing date: 2016

Item price: 150 EUR

Item description:
From the series "Zi hua", pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm, 2016.

I wanted to learn to write Chinese characters, but I've lost control! I have always been fascinated by the art of the ideograms, and when I was in China I spent hours and hours, enchanted to observe people trying to dip the brushes into water, and to draw on the ground ephemeral signs intended to evaporate, with controlled and sensual movements. But my nature is baroque! The gesture that I started cannot be stopped, the hand begins to draw on the paper some convolutions, scrolls and doodles, at first timid, but soon prevailing over the same character and its meaning! And the gesture that remains, even if free and decorative, is extremely rewarding for me!

 
 
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Item Ref.: 10981 via federico cortese

Artist: federico cortese

Item title: Zhòng, heavy

Category: Drawing

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 30 x 40

Material: pencil on paper

Producing date: 2016

Item price: 150 EUR

Item description:
From the series "Zi hua", pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm, 2016.

I wanted to learn to write Chinese characters, but I've lost control! I have always been fascinated by the art of the ideograms, and when I was in China I spent hours and hours, enchanted to observe people trying to dip the brushes into water, and to draw on the ground ephemeral signs intended to evaporate, with controlled and sensual movements. But my nature is baroque! The gesture that I started cannot be stopped, the hand begins to draw on the paper some convolutions, scrolls and doodles, at first timid, but soon prevailing over the same character and its meaning! And the gesture that remains, even if free and decorative, is extremely rewarding for me!

Item Ref. 10981 - 150 EUR
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Item Ref. 10981 - 150 EUR
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Item Ref.: 10981 via federico cortese

Artist: federico cortese

Item title: Zhòng, heavy

Category: Drawing

Movement: Contemporary

Size: 30 x 40

Material: pencil on paper

Producing date: 2016

Item price: 150 EUR

Item description:
From the series "Zi hua", pencil on paper, 30 x 40 cm, 2016.

I wanted to learn to write Chinese characters, but I've lost control! I have always been fascinated by the art of the ideograms, and when I was in China I spent hours and hours, enchanted to observe people trying to dip the brushes into water, and to draw on the ground ephemeral signs intended to evaporate, with controlled and sensual movements. But my nature is baroque! The gesture that I started cannot be stopped, the hand begins to draw on the paper some convolutions, scrolls and doodles, at first timid, but soon prevailing over the same character and its meaning! And the gesture that remains, even if free and decorative, is extremely rewarding for me!

 

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