Artist: Sandro Chia.
Technique: charcoal on Japanese paper.
Sandro Chia is one of the most important contemporary Italian painters. He is one of the major exponents of the TRANSAVANGUARDIA movement founded by critic Achille Bonito Oliva, which had its peak in the 1980s. He lives and works between New York and Montalcino (SI). He exhibited at the Paris Biennale, the São Paulo Biennial, and in various editions of the Venice Biennale. Internationally renowned contemporary artist.
The work presented here is a charcoal made in the 1970s on a particular highly worked Japanese paper, as per images. The work is signed on bottom centre, as per image. The work has been kept in a frame with glass to preserve its perfect condition (size with frame 66 x 47 cm). Stamp on the back and document on photo by Studio Vigato, Alessandria. Professional shipping and packaging.
- Sandro Chia (1946)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
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- Holzkohle auf japanischem Papier
- exzellenter Zustand
- 46×27 cm