Saturday, March 31, 2012

MARINA




Sorento
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Nuova Pagina
From decumanus.net


Italian artist Andrea Patrisi was born in Naples in 1954. Since his youth, Patrisi has had a passion for art and has been intensely active in his artistic work. He has taken part in numerous group and personal exhibits in Italy and abroad with great success. He attended the Art Institute and developed his own distinct style. His bold strokes and moody coloring give each painting its own characteristic appeal. He favors rustic-scenes, landscapes, seascapes, and cityscapes, particularly with canals. The talent and charisma of Patrisi have made him a favorite among collectors. His works can be found in public and private collections around the world.
(galerie-du-soleil.com)


Marina
From decumanus.net


Marina
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Posillipo
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Posillipo
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Capri
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Sorento
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Seaport
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Pozzuoli
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Amalfi
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Andrea Patrisi paints the stunning scenery of the Amalfi coast with freshness and sincerity, it is an area he knows and loves. He studied at the internationally acclaimed Accademia delle belle Arti Naples. Patrisi’s work was soon in such demand that he could dedicate himself to becoming a full time artist.
Over the years Patrisi has developed a distinctive technique, bold brushstrokes and vivid colours are his signature style. Patrisi’s deep knowledge and understanding of this rugged coastline is fundamental to his honest depictions of this still relatively unspoilt area of Italy. In his paintings of the working fishing harbours you can almost smell the salty fishing nets piled on the decks of the old boats. The once grand classical Palazzi overlooking the bountiful sea are now crumbling and unkempt. One of the most difficult things to paint is water and this is Patrisi’s forte. Light bounces off of his calm seas in which we can see reflections of the proud fishing boats.
(FIUMANO FINE ART at fiumanofineart.com)


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