From the series “Spoils of a Brancaleone”

The photography that supports the painting registers an old dated mark on a baroque sculpture in the interior of Colonial Brazil. The painting process used, which dissolves some parts and adds others, preserved this date, the same as the year of birth of the artist’s mother.

Mixed media over photography (40x30cm), fixed on a 40x50cm wooden panel with edges in black wood, ready to hang. Shipped in a carboard box.

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