Daisy Buchanan in Rome in 1962 - Daniele Davitti
Artist: Daniele Davitti
Materials: Tempera, Graphite, Chalk and Ink on Canvas
Description: Signed by the artist.
Size: 40x30 cm
About the Artist:
Daniele Davitti is an Italian artist born in 1986 from a Roman-Florentine family of artists and artisans.
Enriched by sumptuous patterns, sophisticated symbols and crumbling architecture, the composition of Davitti’s paintings follows “grotesque” stories where the human species seems to be biological degenerated into beautiful creatures, a mix between women, mummies and skeletons.
The result is an eulogy to the beauty of decay and it speaks to us as if from an immaculate past, where the artist resides as the lone survivor, trying to communicate to us his solitude amid the ruins.
Learn more about Daniele here.