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Acquerello originale di Massimo Pantani

Original watercolour by Massimo Pantani

Gli acquerelli di Massimo Pantani hanno la capacità di trasmetterci tutte quelle sensazioni e quella magia che sono del paesaggio toscano.
Questo artista è uno spirito dolce che si incanta davanti ai grandi scenari, come davanti alle piccole cose, che non sa piegarsi alle mode, che non sa accettare compromessi, che racconta emozioni e stati d'animo con la stessa meravigliata sincerità con cui si raccontano le fantasticherie sognate , quando siamo in vena di confidenze. C'è nella pittura di Massimo uno spirito georgico , d'altri tempi, dove campi, boschi, torrenti, case hanno il sapore e la patina di una vita semplice e patriarcale dove la fatica dell'uomo scompare in trasparenti raffinatezze che sembrano passarti sul volto come una lieve carezza.
Non è una pittura semplice, questa di Massimo Pantani, è anzi una tecnica raffinata, che rivela un faticoso e lungo studio di dosaggi, di scrupolosa ricerca, di soppesati valori cromatici.C'è nella pittura di Massimo uno spirito georgico , d'altri tempi, dove campi, boschi, torrenti, case hanno il sapore e la patina di una vita semplice e patriarcale dove la fatica dell'uomo scompare in trasparenti raffinatezze che sembrano passarti sul volto come una lieve carezza.
Non è una pittura semplice, questa di Massimo Pantani, è anzi una tecnica raffinata, che rivela un faticoso e lungo studio di dosaggi, di scrupolosa ricerca, di soppesati valori cromatici.

Acquerello originale con cornice, dimensioni complessive con cornice cm44x24
La cornice è dipinta a mano

Original watercolour with hand made frame, size cm 44x24


Massimo Pantani was born in San Gimignano, Tuscany on 14th August 1956. He is entitled and loves to define
himself as a self-taught artist. His instinctive brush-stroke is not inspired by any sophisticated concepts.
This peculiar instinctiveness is indeed at its best when it comes to rocky landscapes. Those very landscapes
which abound in Tuscany, are translated/interpreted in all their simplicity and beauty in our artist’s works.
His strokes are incisive certainly not mawkish and are to put in result the general scene rather than details.
His style might seem unfinished because of the unworked brush-strokes and the final result may look as a sketch.
Yet, a perceptive analysis recognises the non-necessity of a more define and precise trait.
The message is clearly given to the viewer who unconsciously becomes part of such landscapes. The size of the print with with border is cm 33x70Massimo Pantani was born in San Gimignano, Tuscany on 14th August 1956. He is entitled and loves to define
himself as a self-taught artist. His instinctive brush-stroke is not inspired by any sophisticated concepts.
This peculiar instinctiveness is indeed at its best when it comes to rocky landscapes. Those very landscapes
which abound in Tuscany, are translated/interpreted in all their simplicity and beauty in our artist’s works.
His strokes are incisive certainly not mawkish and are to put in result the general scene rather than details.
His style might seem unfinished because of the unworked brush-strokes and the final result may look as a sketch.
Yet, a perceptive analysis recognises the non-necessity of a more define and precise trait.
The message is clearly given to the viewer who unconsciously becomes part of such landscapes. The size of the print with with border is cm 33x70Massimo Pantani was born in San Gimignano, Tuscany on 14th August 1956. He is entitled and loves to define
himself as a self-taught artist. His instinctive brush-stroke is not inspired by any sophisticated concepts.
This peculiar instinctiveness is indeed at its best when it comes to rocky landscapes. Those very landscapes
which abound in Tuscany, are translated/interpreted in all their simplicity and beauty in our artist’s works.
His strokes are incisive certainly not mawkish and are to put in result the general scene rather than details.
His style might seem unfinished because of the unworked brush-strokes and the final result may look as a sketch.
Yet, a perceptive analysis recognises the non-necessity of a more define and precise trait.
The message is clearly given to the viewer who unconsciously becomes part of such landscapes.