Dedicated to my "red easel."

Dedicated to my "red easel." - WOODNS

 UMBERTO BOSCOLO WOODNS  (Rovigo, March 5, 1932-Como, April 9, 2008) was an Italian painter known in Como, his adopted city, but especially in Switzerland, in the canton of Ticino, where most of his works. And 'considered as the last Master street of the twentieth century .

...Loved to portray...

...Loved to portray... - WOODNS

 



... Especially loved to portray the old buildings of the city, the oldest ones. Churches, villages, especially old courts. Glimpses where the weather was unrelenting past, where the color of the materials and the soft voices of the men had been softly preserved only in ruins. But he with his magic pencil, giving him life, recreating the ancient light ...

...Was never...

...Was never... - WOODNS

" It was never a real portrait. But, in contrast, art experts found his portraits, among all the works he has left us, the most sublime."

The monogram and its arcane...

The monogram and its arcane... - WOODNS

"The monogram: a small detail of the last abstract, in which he captures all the charm and mystery of this enigmatic and disturbing work."

's love..

's love.. - WOODNS

 

The love for the watercolor was a real stroke of lightning ...

 

 

 

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Jutta Brandt-Stracke

Jutta Brandt-Stracke - WOODNS

New Entry , Marianna Mordocco

New Entry , Marianna Mordocco - WOODNS

Marianna Mordocco, The 'immortal and indiscreet charm portrait.

Maurizio Caggiano

Maurizio Caggiano - WOODNS

Among the various forms of art, there is one very ancient and noble. We're talking about BOXING ...

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EXPO 2015 Bansimba Kylous.

EXPO 2015 Bansimba Kylous. - WOODNS

Official artist, the Democratic Republic of Congo. Visit its page on the site and the pavilion, he admires his art. Milan Expo 2015.

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