“Fisherman” (or “Pescatore”) is a painting by an Italian artist Sebastiano Cannarella.
At Moncreed you can find the original painting (oil on canvas) from 2020 signed by the artist, the original size of the artwork is 82×56 cm. It is sold in the perfect conditions, not framed.
Alternatively you can get a high quality reproduction of the painting on the following materials:
Paper – 260g | Cardboard: 1,1 mm thickness recyclable print | Alu-Dibond® – 3 mm thickness
Paper prints are shipped in a tube, other prints as well as the original painting – in secure rectangular packaging.
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“This painting is characterized by a strong symbolic value, resulting from a sensitive graphic and chromatic stylization that gives the composition a clear visual scan. The work seems to tune in to a sort of fantastic geometry, of the unconscious, calibrated in its evocative tension, perhaps a distant memory of the long hours spent at sea by the artist. However Sebastiano Cannarella does not sadly abandon himself to images of the past, his painting is always a projection into today and into the future, as it stimulates us to find our own possible and congenial harmony with the outside world, nature, history.
For Sebastiano Cannarella painting, if as a content it must express emotions and feelings, as a technique it is subject to rules, here well defined by the clear and sharp design, by the interlocking of shapes, by the chromatic and decorative density of the image and pigment. In this case the painter deliberately alters perspectives, naturalistic forms, lights, atmospheres, precisely to obtain that creative cohesion of textures which is the true imprinting of a painting that is conscious of its means and well aware of its purposes and values. From here follows a vision with an almost magical, “primitive” stamp, even within that meditative force and design coherence that animate his art from the depths. Once again it opens the mind and refines the gaze on the contemporary world, on its anxieties and mirages.” – Teodosio Martucci editor of the Artculture magazine.