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Interior with chairs, 2002

Mixed technique on board
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Roseberys

34x47cm (framed) (ARR)

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34x47cm (framed) (ARR)

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Signed, inscribed and dated on the reverse
Daniela Gullotta
Italian, b. 1974
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A fascination with empty and abandoned spaces serves as the driving force behind Daniela Gullotta’s mixed-media paintings. Gullotta investigates the relationship between people and constructed environments, depicting dramatic exteriors and vast interiors that suggest a human presence without featuring any figures outright. Gullotta’s art-making process begins with a monochrome photograph, which she traces over and builds up using oil paint, acrylic, colored pencil, and charcoal to highlight geometric compositions. The end result is an architectural image that is mysterious and theatrical, yet grounded in reality. Favoring famous attractions in England, Italy, and Germany, such as the British Parliament and the Pantheon, Gullotta offers a new way of looking at the past.

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About the work
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Roseberys

34x47cm (framed) (ARR)

Note: The artist has confirmed the authenticity of this work.

Please refer …

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34x47cm (framed) (ARR)

Note: The artist has confirmed the authenticity of this work.

Please refer to department for condition report

framed

Signature
Signed, inscribed and dated on the reverse
Daniela Gullotta
Italian, b. 1974
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A fascination with empty and abandoned spaces serves as the driving force behind Daniela Gullotta’s mixed-media paintings. Gullotta investigates the relationship between people and constructed environments, depicting dramatic exteriors and vast interiors that suggest a human presence without featuring any figures outright. Gullotta’s art-making process begins with a monochrome photograph, which she traces over and builds up using oil paint, acrylic, colored pencil, and charcoal to highlight geometric compositions. The end result is an architectural image that is mysterious and theatrical, yet grounded in reality. Favoring famous attractions in England, Italy, and Germany, such as the British Parliament and the Pantheon, Gullotta offers a new way of looking at the past.

Interior with chairs, 2002

Mixed technique on board
Bidding closed
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