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  • "Seaside Shade 42x48"

    Nicola Simbari

    Original Painting
    Acrylic on Canvas

    Size: 42 x 48 in  |  107 x 122 cm

     
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    Hand Signed : Signed lower right
    Condition: Excellent
    Framed with Glass : Thick black and gold frame
    Purchased from : Gallery
    Additional Info : Purchased in 1996 at Wentworth Galleries, New York.
    Certificate of Authenticity : Wentworth Gallery
    Nicola Simbari

    I Art Brokerage: Nicola Simbari Italian Artist: b. 1927-2012 Nicola Simbari was considered by many to be Italy's most important living artist. A painter of semiabstract impressionist works; he was a stunning colorist who favors brilliant tones, richly layered with a palette knife. Like the great impressionists of a century ago, Simbari's paintings are drenched in light and energy, but provide new definition through his intensity of vision and dramatic techniqu. Born in Calabria, Italy, Simbari was greatly impacted by the natural setting of his Mediterranean world: the wide sea, intense sky, and vivid flowers. As a young child, he moved with his family to Rome where his father worked as an architect to the Vatican. The City's Renaissance masterpieces and the artistic treasures of the Sistine Chapel so moved Simbari that, before his 13th birthday, he decided to study art and enrolled at the Accademia delle Belle Arti. At 22, he opened his first studio in Rome. Influenced by the sights and sounds of his childhood, Simbari's early works featured gypsies, cafe settings, fishing villages, and rustic scenes of the Italian countryside. The youthful artist knew success almost immediately, and within months of a one-man show in London, he was awarded the coveted commission to paint murals for the Italian Pavilion at the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels. Simbari solidified his place in the art world with his show "Le Cirque," which skillfully reproduced the same excitement on canvas as can be felt at an electrifying circus performance. The show was highly acclaimed in Paris, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. "When I paint, I'm like a writer," Simbari states, "I must have something to say. My paintings are like entries in a diary because they are all reactions to things I have seen or felt." Simbari holds a pivotal place in today's international art scene. His works can be found in numerous museums and private and corporate collections the world over, including the Bank of Tokyo, Paris; Christian Dior Collection, Paris; Italian State Railways, Rome; Liberty Company, London; Bank of Commerce, Tulsa; Cincinnati Fine Arts Department, Cincinnati; Exxon Corporation, New York; General Mills Corporation, Minneapolis; Pepsico, New York; to name just a few. Art Brokerage is one of the main secondary market sites for Simbari original oil paintings on canvas and prints. We have some fabulous buys on original oils. Check out our new Sister site Bluechipartbrokerage.com

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