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House of the Humiliated verified

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Francesco Hayez - Young woman portrait
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Still life with game, fruit and basket
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Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, detto Battistello - Gone to Calvary
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Mosè Bianchi - In the Duomo of Monza
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Guido Cinotti - Mountain pass with snow
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Fausto Pirandello - Naked in the mirror
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Anselmo Bucci - Self portrait
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Pompeo Mariani - View of Cairo
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Emilio Borsa - Mills in Monza
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Eugenio Spreafico - From work. The return from the spinning mill
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Giuseppe Meda - Lamentation over the Dead Christ with Saint John the Baptist
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Simone Pellegrini - The libation
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Giuseppe Grandi - Female bust
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Angelo Inganni - View of the new district in Monza
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Arturo Martini - Leda with the swan
Francesco Hayez - Young woman portrait
Still life with game, fruit and basket
Giovanni Battista Caracciolo, detto Battistello - Gone to Calvary
Mosè Bianchi - In the Duomo of Monza
Guido Cinotti - Mountain pass with snow
Fausto Pirandello - Naked in the mirror
Anselmo Bucci - Self portrait
Pompeo Mariani - View of Cairo
Emilio Borsa - Mills in Monza
Eugenio Spreafico - From work. The return from the spinning mill
Giuseppe Meda - Lamentation over the Dead Christ with Saint John the Baptist
Simone Pellegrini - The libation
Giuseppe Grandi - Female bust
Angelo Inganni - View of the new district in Monza
Arturo Martini - Leda with the swan

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Description

Simone Pellegrini updates in his work a primordial expressive language, charged with an ancestral force that evokes rock painting in a strongly enigmatic representation. The artist from Ancona elaborates an alphabet of signs that keep an almost magical charge intact and that, at the same time, communicate a continuous dynamism. As in the middle of the nineteenth century we witness the return of a figurative system linked to the frescoes of Italian primitives with Primitivism, so Pellegrini gives new life in the 21st century to a language of Paleolithic memory reinterpreted in a contemporary key, where stylized men and animals mix with effects of refined graphic decorativism that renounces the lively chromatism, evoking bare walls of rock engraved by clear grooves. The work comes as a purchase prize from the "SerrOne Biennale Giovani Monza 2005" exhibition.

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