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Superb and Surreal Oil on Canvas by LORENZETTI GIOVANNI b. 1952

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Superb and surreal oil on canvas depicting an Arbabian warrior who seems to have found himself cut in half with a women in the foreground by the well listed Italian artist LORENZETTI GIOVANNI b. 1952. Signed Giovanni Lorenzetti 1972 upper left an in a good quality period frame. 

Oil on Canvas 

64 x 84 


Condition is good with very small bits of loss

£500 ships from Italy 

Giovanni Lorenzetti was born in Lucca in 1952, where he lives and works.

His painting is linked to the tradition of the great figurative masters from the point of view of thematic choices and pictorial quality. His works are in public and private galleries and collections in Italy and abroad.

He produced works for the Vatican Palaces (in particular the painting of Santa Bona, delivered in 2002 to John Paul II), a portrait of Senator Luciano Modica and a painting of S. Margherita di Antiochia, for the church of Alba Cuneo. A painting by him is preserved by the Vatican Museums alongside the greats of all time such as Michelangelo and Raphael.