The work is inspired by the great cycling competitions, such as the Tour de France, the Giro d’Italia and many others. The tireless human spirit and the struggle of characters are leading and the battle is always beautiful.
The work is painted with high quality French oil paints and Dutch acrylic paints, the canvas is Italian – double primed by classical technology, stretched on a wooden frame.
By original technology, rich in many physical reliefs and color solutions, which makes the work unique.
The flowing energy, the beauty of the battle, the colors and the unique rhythm attack all the senses with fresh jets. Enjoy this mix of emotions in your home or office. I am sure you will experience satisfaction of the highest possible aesthetic level!

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