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DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi
  • DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi
  • DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi
  • DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi
  • DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi

DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi

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This charcoal drawing explores the female figure with a bold and synthetic approach. The artist uses quick and confident strokes to outline the woman's form, highlighting curves and contours with a touch that is both delicate and decisive. The lines are fluid, imparting a sense of movement and a dynamic that transcends the static nature of the medium. The work plays on the contrast between detail and abstraction, allowing some parts of the body to emerge clearly while others blend into lighter, more diffused strokes, creating an intriguing and slightly enigmatic visual balance.

The pose of the figure is relaxed and contemplative, conveying a serenity that contrasts with the rapid and almost frenetic technique of the charcoal. This dualism between form and content adds a layer of complexity to the piece, inviting viewers to reflect on the nature of the image and human perception.

DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi

DRAWING by Roberto Tagliazucchi

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The work demonstrates a deep understanding of the human body and its proportions, yet at the same time, it moves away from realistic depiction towards a more personal and stylized form of expression. The artist's signature, clearly placed at the bottom left, is a testament to pride and artistic ownership, sealing the work with a personal touch that definitively defines its authenticity and creative context.

A unique collection of original designs, perfect for enriching any space with a touch of exclusive creativity.

Maria Stone - art critic

Charcoal drawing on paper 1985 - naked , cm. 50x70

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