The favorites 

I love women, all women. I dedicated my first collection to them, drawing my inspiration from the great artists that have painted them. They are my favorite, but also the favorites of those artists: women of all periods, real or imaginary, revealed and celebrated. I invite you to get to know them, all of them, through the original works: powerful and evocative, just as they were conceived. Coming in contact with an original work of art is necessary in order to feed off its wonder. But if that were not possible, why not take some art home with you? Following this idea, each of my works is a quote, and each one leads to the next. Moved by a sincere admiration, this is my personal tribute.

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  • Matisse was always fascinated by the female figure, and he spent a lifetime creating it using various techniques: drawing, painting or collage.Many years ago, the “Nude’s Back” was the first of his works that made me want to see it one day. This is how my personal tribute took shape, following Matisse’s own creative process. Mosaic, 20x20 cm. Made with...
  • “I do not distinguish between the making of a book and a painting”, Henri Matisse said about the monumental construction of the Florilège des Amours by Ronsard (the Anthology of love poems by Ronsard).This large portfolio of images, 126 woodcuts illustrating the artist’s book was published in 1948 in a limited edition by Albert Skira and was intended to...
  • Henri Matisse painted his series of "Blue Nudes" between 1943 and 1947. They form part of "Jazz", a limited-edition book with 20 prints, on show at the Pompidou Center, Paris. In later years, Matisse had to face declining health and find new ways to continue with his creative work: he painted sheets of papere until he found the right color.He then used...
  • What Matisse sought above all was the purity of the expressive means, which became a common element in all of his work.Whether he drew his models with a single line or with colors, what emerges are the emotions that the female figure causes him to feel. But for him color is a true liberation, and it seduces and leads the observer, like in a dream, to...
  • Whereas Klimt’s paintings are full of symbolic power and ornamental details, his drawings are more free and fluid. His pencil moves in total freedom, the lines are continuous and soft like a caress. He was a prolific draftsman. For each figure in his paintings he made a large number of preliminary drawings displaying disarmingly natural and beautiful...
  • After he moved to Paris, Modigliani’s work as influenced the atmosphere of the great events that occurred at the beginning of the 20th century.He made drawings, watercolors and paintings. But only when he started sculpting did he find the way to express his creativity, and he returned to painting in a total new fashion: the shapes were filled with light...
  • The art of Egon Schiele is firmly rooted in the expressionist revolution of the early 20th century and closely linked to Viennese art and culture.He lived his life in the name of his art, proudly, and, despite a restless attitude and behaviour, in the self-righteous eyes of his times, he achieved an immediate acclaim, which was not overshadowed by the...
  • A far cry from the symbolist spirit of his time and from the richly decorated scenes, Klimt goes against the conventions and surprises: he paints an elegant anonymous woman, distracted and spontaneous as if surprised by a photographer in a fragment of fleeting life. Mosaic, 20x20 cm. Made with glass paste tiles, from the kilns of the Fornace Storica...
  • This painting is an invitation to discover the world of this wonderful Nabi artist. Paul-Elie Ranson underlines femininity by portraying a woman immersed in an intimate and suggestive atmosphere. His artistic language draws its emotional strength from his use of colors to evoke his world by creating scenes that are filled with symbolic references.He...
  • He was a bohemian, a painter, an illustrator, an etcher and a precursor of modern graphics. During his short life he produced a large number of works that are now on show in the greatest museums in the world. What can I add? Nothing, apart from the fact that his work offers us a look at life in Paris in his day, at a fascinating and mysterious world.He...
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