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Dialogue n250 - oil on canvas by Roberto tagliazucchi
  • Dialogue n250 - oil on canvas by Roberto tagliazucchi
  • Dialogue n250 - oil on canvas by Roberto tagliazucchi
  • Dialogue n250 - huile sur toile de Roberto tagliazucchi

Dialogue n250 - huile sur toile de Roberto tagliazucchi

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This 1985 abstract canvas presents a profoundly symbolic and visually contrasting composition, reflecting the artist's ability to navigate between realism and abstraction. The painting is characterized by a palette of dark colors interrupted by bold lines and geometric shapes in brighter colors such as yellow and red, creating a visual tension that immediately captures the viewer's attention.

The painting appears divided into several sections, each telling a distinct story through the use of color and shape. On one side, there is a structure reminiscent of a tree or a stylized human figure, rendered in shades of blue and black, standing out against a lighter background. This element may represent loneliness or resilience, emphasized by the rigid verticality of the form.

Dialogue n250 - oil on canvas by Roberto tagliazucchi

Dialogue n250 - huile sur toile de Roberto tagliazucchi

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In stark contrast, the other half of the canvas explodes into a tumult of warm colors and wavy lines, evoking the movement of fire or organic shapes intertwining in an embrace or struggle. This section of the work could symbolize passion, inner chaos, or even destruction.

The connection between these two realities is represented by the white line that crosses the center of the canvas, serving as both a visual and conceptual bridge between the two worlds. This line could symbolize the search for balance or the connection between the inner self and the external forces that influence an individual's life.

In conclusion, the 1985 canvas is an extraordinary example of the artist's ability to use abstraction to explore complex themes of human existence. The work invites viewers to a deep reflection on the dualisms of life: order and chaos, calm and passion, isolation and connection.

by Maria Stone critica d'arte

Oil on canvas 100x120 cm

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