Cardboard Towns page on facebook has now become Marco Biazzi’s Art, an extension of this very blog which remains the primary place where to find some paintings, drawings and doodles by me.
There is a long tradition of Alleories of Spring in the history of art, the most famous one being maybe the painting by Sandro Botticelli (late 1470 – early 1480).
C’è una lunga tradizione di Allegorie della Primavera nella storia dell’arte, la più famosa delle quali è forse il dipinto di Sandro Botticelli (fine 1470 – inizio 1480).
I really dig anchovies, cooked in several ways: fresh or canned, with onions, marinated, fried, oven-baked, in a soup, with pasta, and so on.
Amo molto le acciughe, cucinate in tanti modi diversi: fresche e conservate, alla povera, marinate, fritte, al forno, in zuppa, con la pasta, e così via.
Doodled in Paris, 1987. Ball pen and gouache on paper.
Scarabocchiato a Parigi, 1987. Penna biro e tempera su carta.
A dark one, this shot has been taken in december 2010 in London.
Another piece of town that may end up somewhere in some painting of mine. This shot has been taken in winter 2017 in the center of Livorno.
As I already said, I use to make painting and drawing of imaginary towns, even if there are real urban perspectives that may resemble my stuff. This one has been taken in winter 2017 in the center of Livorno.
Approaching Firenze Santa Maria Novella station by train, this is a shot of one of the many urban corner that can be seen. Taken in fall 2017 in Florence.
I use to make painting and drawing of towns, mostly imaginary urban landscapes, but sometimes I also take photos of all that, which probably aren’t far from my paintings. This one has been taken in fall 2017 in the industrial outskirts of Livorno.
This is a pastel, pencil & ball pen on paper sketch for a larger acrylic and marker on canvas painting.
Updated post – enhanced image.
Post aggiornato – immagine migliorata.