Essays by Marco Di Capua, Guido Giuffre.
Published by Charta
Giovanni La Cognata narrates the true Sicily, far from the sea and the crowds, the Sicily of sun-drenched fields beaten by the wind and of small towns with unusual perspectives. The energetic brushstrokes, curious framing, and intense colors of his paintings distinguish the style of an artist who has found freedom of expression in the furrows of tradition, in the absence of the human figure, and in the static, languid, and melancholic power of the landscape.
STATUS: Out of print | 5/1/2009
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