“Poppies graffito red” provides a modern interpretation of the formal and conceptual styles that the masters of modern art used. In this work, artists expressed themselves through graphic dominance, simplistic forms, and flat colors.
This work proudly belongs to the ‘New Modern‘ category, which the great European artists of the 20th century inspired. This category witnessed the convergence of exceptional talents in the fields of graphic design, painting, and typography. These artists formed the foundation of the undisputed success of the best of the 20th century. Our work is recognized in the ‘New Modern’ collection we have created, drawing directly from this rich source of inspiration. In it, we recognize the influence of masters such as Kandinsky, Joan Miró, and others, whose contributions have shaped the course of art and our own creative journey.
The luminosity in the graffiti style of the red poppies originates from using aluminum as a base material, exposed after removing the paint. This creates a fascinating play of light and shadow, highlighting the texture of the support. The result is meticulous work on the flower bed, sometimes simple but always executed with great refinement. It is the outcome of years of research and study.
At the centre of the painting is a lush tapestry of poppies, their vibrant and vigorous petals unfurling to create a focal point that draws the eye. Surrounding them is a grey Background, adding depth and complexity to the composition.
Situated in the heart of Florence, the Iguarnieri workshop is a jewel of the contemporary art scene. Using the refined ‘12 caresses‘ technique, we transform Florentine beauty into timeless works of art. Our creations proudly adorn our art gallery in Florence and locations worldwide.This is because they represent the perfect fusion of delicate surface touch, intricate engraving and the use of vibrant colours. In fact, we always strive to demonstrate our commitment to creating works that enchant and inspire.
Painting, Gold Leaf and graffito on aluminum plate surface.