Claudio Missagia, Umbrellas 01 Work of Art, Marine Paintings – With Footnotes, #205

Claudio Missagia, France
Umbrellas

Acrylic and Plaster on Canvas.Painting
39.4 H x 70.9 W x 1 in
Private collection

Claudio Missagia was born in 1959 Italy. Claudio works with acrylique and plaster on canvas to produce large-scale paintings defined by a dream atmosphere. Exploring representations of chandeliers, lamps, cups and landscape scenes, Claudio plays with composition, utilising a moody colour palette to create a dream dimension to his work. He abandoned his career in business administration to realise his passion for art and to become a professional artist. Through his paintings, he wants to express his sensitivity towards the real and the profound poetry that can be witnessed in the everyday. Although he often abstracts the subjects that he depicts, what he wants to present to his viewer is his undiluted vision of reality. Claudio works with canvases made from cotton or burlap and then uses chalk and cement as the foundation for his compositions, which he usually executes in acrylic, pastels or pencil. His work has evolved over the years, from still lifes and interiors. Claudio’s more recent work explores urban landscapes and the butterfly, a symbol of his introspective self. His paintings have been shown worldwide, hosting solo shows in Siena, St Tropez, Mougins, Venice, Madrid and Germany. More on Claudio Missagia

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I search Art History for Beautiful works that may, or may not, have a secondary or unexpected story to tell. I then write short summaries that grow from my research. Art work is so much more when its secrets are exposed

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