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"Benedetta/Blessed"

Oil on paper mounted on wood, 30x40cm, 2020
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"Grisaille copy of Correggio's "Jupiter and Io"

Oil on Linen, 133x42cm, 2019
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"Imaginary Girl"

Watercolour on paper, 30x42cm, 2019
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"On the Torrent"

Oil on board, 50x35cm, 2019
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"Copy of Raphael's "Madonna della Seggiola"

Oil on wood, 71cm diameter, 2019
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"Shelter"

Graphite on smooth paper, 14.5x20cm, 2019
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"Davo the Piper"

Watercolour on paper 30x30cm, 2019
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"Shannon"

Oil on Canvas, 70x50cm, 2018
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"Federica"

Watercolour on paper, 30x42cm, 2018
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"Federica, study"

Graphite on smooth paper, 14.5x20cm, 2018
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"Daniele Playing the Uillean Pipes"

Watercolour on paper, 30x42cm, 2018
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"Copy of A. Van Dyck's Portrait of Cornelius Van der Geest."

Oil on Smooth Paper, 24x33cm, 2018
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"Self Portrait Study"

Graphite on smooth paper, 14x21cm, 2018
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"Legs and Feet"

Pencil on Paper 12x14cm, 2018
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Hyperrealistic Study of Nose and Mouth

Graphite on smooth paper, 24x33cm. 2018
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"Giulia"

Watercolour on paper, 13x20cm, 2018
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Hyperrealistic Study of Different Eyes

Graphite on smooth paper, 18x25cm, 2018
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Vincenzo with Bart the Cat

Commission Watercolour Portrait (size A3), 2017
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Study - copy from Seymour Joseph Guy (1824-1910) "At the Opera".

Pencil on smooth paper, 22x25cm, 2017
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"Rachael"

Watercolour on small moleskine, 13x20cm, 2017
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Untitled

Watercolour on paper, 15x22cm, 2017
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"Michele"

Pencil on rough paper, 31x25cm, 2017
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Selfportrait, pencil 2018.

 

Enrico Giulia (1983) was born in Rome, and received his education in Italy, The Netherlands and Japan.

Enrico’s keen humanistic interests led him to obtain a PhD in Cultures of Africa and Asia (2013) while focusing on philosophy and religions. These are reflected in his aesthetic and poetic research in painting. Said research is for him an instrument of exploration and representation of what escapes univocal verbal definitions, such as the unfathomable character of being, and of the qualities of the sacred.

Enrico's artistic training began in 2013 and reached a pivotal turning point in 2017, when he met with Italian Maestro Adriano Fida, and under the Maestro’s guidance he quickly mastered the academic techniques necessary to develop his own artistic vision. He also took part in watercolour workshops with artists Agnes Cecile and Geremia Cerri, in plein air oil painting workshops with Maxmillian Ciccone, and began studying perspective drawing and composition with cartoonist/animator Sandro Rosi.

Deeply fascinated by the Symbolist movement of painting, Enrico is also an enthusiastic supporter of the recent revival of traditional painting techniques. Embracing this, he is currently focusing his creations on the themes of the unfathomable and the indecipherable in the individual and in nature.