Armando De Stefano:
Picture "Avarizia"

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Limited, 5.000 pieces | Numbered | Signed | Photolithography | Size approx. 21 x 28 cm

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Armando De Stefano: Picture "Avarizia"

In Rembrandt'schen light and dark contrasts of Neapolitans Armando De Stefano paints the symbolic figure of avarice. That as part of the cycle "I Sette Peccati capitali" - work "The Seven Deadly Sins" for BolaffiArte in 1978 created shows De Stefano as a master of characterization. Distrustful and suspicious observed the purple dressed man anyone who approaches him. The bearded face with its distinctive locked nose and thin-lipped mouth which is presented by the painter with ruthless concision. The current transverse to the bottom of the screen forearm with the ring decorated hand acts as a barrier, visitors and petitioners rejects. It is up to the viewer, which treasures the miser hidden in the crumpled red cloth. In any case, it is earthly goods, which are unable to withstand the demands of time and eternity.

Photolithography in four colours, signed by the artist, numbered back. Limited edition of 5.000 pieces. Unframed. Sheet size 21 x 28 cm.

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