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"Papaveri Vertical 22x38" by Guido Borelli - Very Well Priced $2,200
Papaveri Vertical 22x38 Original Painting by Guido Borelli
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Guido Borelli

"Papaveri Vertical 22x38"

  • Original Painting : Oil on Canvas

    Size : 31x15 in  |  79x38 cm
    Framed : 22x38 in  |  56x97 cm

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Hand Signed : Hand Signed in Oil Lower Right
Condition : Excellent
Framed without Glass : Silver/gold Colored Carved Wood Frame With a Cream
Purchased from : Artist 2014
Provenance / History : Purchased from artist who resides in Northern Italy
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 113271
Guido Borelli - Italy

Art Brokerage: Guido Borelli Italian Artist: b. 1952. Guido Borelli was born in 1952 in Caluso, Italy. Born into an artist family young Guido first discovered painting somewhere between the ages of 4 to 6 years old. With the encouragement of his family he had his first personal art exhibit at age 17. He received his art training at Accademia Albertina, in Turin, which was founded in 1672, at the special request of the King. Beginning with Guido's first exhibition a the Ars Plauda Gallery in Turnin, Italy in 1969 he has continued to have exhibitions around the world in Catania, Uruguay, Holland, Egypt, UK, Malta, Norway, Germany, USA, Spain, Russia, Bulgaria, France, Poland, Kenya and Japan. "I am a true lover of nature and of everything gentle. My landscapes and houses combine reality and imagination. First, I store in my mind all views that I find interesting. Later, when I need a subject, those views resurface in my memory, and I paint what I selectively remember of them, with intrinsically personal modifications." -- Guido Borelli. Guido's paintings are influenced by the Italian realistic style beginning in the 1900's, especially by the artists Boldini and De Nittis. Inspired by the movement of shadows, his oil paintings reflect nature as their focal points depicting Italian landscapes, homes and villas of Northern Italy and the Alps. Listings wanted.

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