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Art Collections

Abyss
Abyss

mixed media on canvas - 100x70

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Stratification
Stratification

mixed media on canvas - 100x50

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Plastic contamination
Plastic contamination

mixed media on canvas - 80x60

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Abyss
Abyss

mixed media on canvas - 100x70

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The theme of the marine nature stems from the need to express own sense of belonging to the sea. The sea water erodes past memories, through a slow process of weathering. Marine elements like stones, seashells and sand represent the result of this process of mind erosion and biological stratification whereas anthropic productions testify the passing of peoples who have sailed the Mediterranean. A tribute to the Mediterranean and its history, evocation of submerged memories that resurface. The collection is part of the project Art for climate change by Platform Planet Earth.
Epimetheus
Epimetheus

oil on canvas - 50x100

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Extinction
Extinction

tempera on cardboard - 60x90

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Lycanthropy
Lycanthropy

oil on canvas - 60x80

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Epimetheus
Epimetheus

oil on canvas - 50x100

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Twilight is the title of the first pictorial production realized during the academic years. The collection includes artworks mostly in shades of blue, performed between 1998 and 2002. The subjects depicted concern mythological beings and universal themes represented through gothic inspirations and  states of mind. Somber tones and dark atmosphere predominate.
Trophy hunting
Trophy hunting

tempera on cardboard - 50x40

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Striped hyaena (Hyaena, hyaena)
Striped hyaena (Hyaena, hyaena)

Endangered species oil on canvas (spatula tecnhique) - 70x50

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Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus)
Waterbuck (Kobus ellipsiprymnus)

Endangered species - pen sketch

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Trophy hunting
Trophy hunting

tempera on cardboard - 50x40

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Extinction is the theme of the collection developed over the years. Passion begins at eleven years old, when the artist first came into contact with African wildlife. Different techniques and styles characterize this production, which reflects the interest in the primitive mask of the early years. The collection deals with one of the most painful themes in history: the extinction of living species, the gradual disappearance of natural spaces and civilizations. Thousands of species are gradually disappearing from our planet and art can be a means to sensitize and raise awareness. Species excinct in nature and on the verge of extinction are represented among the works.  
Hera Lacinia (Ήρα Λακινία)
Hera Lacinia (Ήρα Λακινία)

oil on canvas - 60x60

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JANVS bifrons (Culsans)
JANVS bifrons (Culsans)

oil on canvas - 60x60

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Hercules
Hercules

oil on canvas - 50x50

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Hera Lacinia (Ήρα Λακινία)
Hera Lacinia (Ήρα Λακινία)

oil on canvas - 60x60

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Italica is the collection inspired by archaelogical remains. From 2005 to 2014, during a long period of inactivity the artist produces a single painting entitled Gigantomachy which summarizes the interest in Etruscan art of orientalizing age (7th century B.C.). Other artworks subsequently created connect back to Etruscan imaginary and testify interest in the study of the Italic Antiquities, especially for productions of the archaic and classical period (6-4th century  BC) and of the Middle Italic tradition (4-3th century BC). 
Portrait of Federick II of Svevia
Portrait of Federick II of Svevia

draft

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Portrait of Federick II of Svevia
Portrait of Federick II of Svevia

oil on canvas, 50x50

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Portrait of the shepherd Magnes
Portrait of the shepherd Magnes

oil on canvas, 40x50

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Portrait of Federick II of Svevia
Portrait of Federick II of Svevia

draft

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Across the centuries of the history the collection Portraits in red and grey intends to show historical figures in the light of their cultural context. The source of inspiration borns from the sculpture in moving from three-dimensional to two-dimensional representation. They are often isolated figures in a neutral background, rapt in hermetic expressions, to emphasize the need for psychological introspection. The art collection includes a series of portraits produced between 2014 and 2021. It represents a return to the painting after ten long years of silence. 

Protection
Protection

oil on canvas - 60x70

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Greek figure
Greek figure

tempera on cardboard - 50x40

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Vincenzo_Cohen_war_Armored_corp (1)
Vincenzo_Cohen_war_Armored_corp (1)

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Protection
Protection

oil on canvas - 60x70

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Armored corps (army-bodies) is the new painting collection in progress. The representation ranging from body intended as a protective armor into figurative with abstract trends. The collection includes artworks that represent unconscious contents, fears emerging from the depths and from the dream imagery.