"Kronos's point of view"
Vesod - Oil on canvas with deconstructed frame, 72X22cm, 2015
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|Type of work||Original artwork|
|Year of creation||2015|
|Medium and technique||Oil painting|
|Support||Linen canvas mounted on a wooden stretecher frame (with tigntening keys) and wood painted pieces creating an unstructured frame|
|Unframed size||Height : 60cm / Width : 20,3cm / Depth : 3,5cm|
|Overall size||Height : 72cm / Width : 22cm / Depth : 3,5cm|
|Framing||Deconstructed frame made of painted wood sticks|
|Certificate of authenticity||Yes (sent with the artwork and hand signed by the artist) Warning ! Exceptionally, the document will be sent within two weeks in a separate envelope|
|Authenticity||Hand signed by the artist, signed on the lower left side|
|Hanging solution||Ready to hang artwork : no specific hanging device required due to the very low weight of the piece|
|Shipping||Delivered within 10 - 15 working days with DHL|
|Packaging||Packed in secure custom wooden crate to ensure preservation and conservation of your artwork during shipment|
|Shipment insurance||Yes, we offer full value insurance coverage on every shipment|
BORN IN 1981 IN TURIN (ITALY), LIVES AND WORKS IN VENARIA REALE, TURIN (ITALY).
Movement : GRAFFUTURISM.
Type OF interventions : CANVAS, MURALS, site specific installations.
Vesod has the capacity to assimilate opposites that exacerbates the founding principles of his pictorial identity. Emotions are suspended and can be read in a structured narration that can be captured at one glance; the scenario unfolds through the nervous intensity of a static composition. The artist delivers himself with reserve and benevolence. This softly meant introspection is the witness of a cathartic approach, which rewards the creation with a deep liberating dimension. The almost visceral dynamic ensued from it transposes a need to exteriorize the instinct, the primal side, the emotion in the rough. Contentment and serenity, violence and vertigo, the subjects often near the excess to better transcribe the outline and its successive actions.
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