Cinereous oil, acrylic, gouache, ink and paper on cotton canvas. The painting is signed on back and comes ready to be hang. It's framed with a thin white wooden edge. Different framing solutions can be applied. "Cinereous" has been exhibited in Chimere (personal exhibition) and featured both on the cover and inside its printed catalogue. "That there exist those somewhats which we call the images of things: these, like to films scaled off

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Cinereous | Painting
Cinereous | Painting
About Francesco D'adamo

Francesco D’Adamo is an Italian painter, born in 1979, in Siena and currently living and working in Bologna, Italy. He contemplates the synthesis of music and art and in doing so, creates expressive canvases that are bold and often very tactile in their painterly approach.

Art History Inspiration

As a child, D’Adamo showed a keen interest for painting and drawing and so took private lessons for a number of years. It was only in 2010 that he returned to art, making it his all-consuming focus. D’Adamo’s work draws on the 20th Century French and Italian ‘Informale’ movements. At times he takes inspiration from Lyrical Abstraction and Tachisme and the works of Alberto Burri and the American Expressionist painter Willem de Kooning.

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    Group exhibitions
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    Solo exhibitions
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