Lithography by the Artist Valerio ADAMI (1935).
Large dimensions... 66,5 x 85 cm!!!
Hand-signed and numbered 17/100.
Date of realisation: 1981.
Work bought in the Gallery, never framed and kept flat.
Born March 1935, in Bologna, Italy.
Valério Adami was educated at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan (1952-1955).
His first personal exhibition took place in 1955. He finds his style in "narrative figuration"..
Valério Adami is inspired by photographs, documents cut out in newspapers; he builds a pictorial world where awareness translates into a psychoanalytic reading. In his paintings, black lines encircle fields of flat colours, plain, at times almost fluorescent, at times pastel. From the late 1960s, he worked mainly on historical, political compositions, and portraits of artists, musicians or writers who filled his world with mental references: "representing is an ideal." He works his paintings as a narrative.
Valério Addami has created monumental works for public commissions such as the two paintings in the lobby of the Austerlitz station in Paris (1987) or the fresco of the Théâtre du Châtelet (1989). He also created sets for theatre or opera (The Flying Dutchman, Naples, 2003).
source: Galerie Rive Gauche, Paris
- Valerio Adami
- Titolo dell'opera
- Paysage de Ruines
- Firmato a mano
- Come nuovo
- Dimensioni dell’immagine
- 56×76.5 cm
- Dimensioni totali
- 66.5×85×0.15 cm
- Venduto con cornice