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Figurative Art - Creation and sale of artwork

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The term “figurative painting” refers to artwork derived from real object sources and are therefore, by definition, representational. The main techniques used by the artist to create artworks are: watercolour, oil painting, fresco and trompe l'œil. The artist also uses a mix of techniques. The foundation, for every technique, is the preparatory sketch that includes the study of the composition, proportion and perspective to then proceed with colour. Through figurative art the artist better expresses his/her concept of aesthetics and the feelings created by what he/she observes and tries to transmit all of this to the viewer, through the creation of artwork. The various pieces may be viewed at the artist's workshop where they are also on sale. An appointment is required.