AVAILABLE WORKS

MARILYN MONROE (1926-1962)

2016 | Oil on linen | 195 x 130 cm | Available

Marilyn Monroe is an American actress and singer

This Hollywood star is a sex symbol of the 1950s.

The work is protected and carefully rolled up in a rigid mailing tube with the certificate of authenticity.

JEANNE D'ARC (Around 1412-1431)

2016 | Oil on linen | 195 x 97 cm | Available

Joan of Arc is a heroine in French history, warlord and saint of the Catholic Church nicknamed the Maid of Orleans and mother of the French nation.

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HANNIBAL BARCA (247 BC - between 183 and 181 BC)

2015 | Oil on linen | 195 x 114 cm | Available

Hannibal Barca (in Phoenician Hanni-baal means "who has the favor of Baal" and Barca, "lightning"), born in Carthage (north-east of present-day Tunis in Tunisia) and died by suicide in Bithynia (near present-day Bursa in Turkey), was a Carthaginian general and politician, widely regarded as one of the greatest military tacticians in history.

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BLOODY CARRIE (After "Carrie" by Stephen King)

2017 | Acrylic and oil on linen | 100 x 81 cm | Available

Carrie is a horror novel published in 1974.

It was adapted to the cinema in 1976 by Brian de Palma under the name of Carrie Devil, then in 2013 released Carrie, the vengeance, directed by Kimberly Peirce.

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THE LIL PRINCE (After "Le Petit Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

2017 | Acrylic and oil on linen | 195 x 130 cm | Available

The Little Prince, a poetic and philosophical tale written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This French-language work was published in the guise of a children's story on April 6, 1943 in New York, simultaneously with its English translation. 

There are many phonographic, musical, theatrical, illustrated and cinematographic adaptations of The Little Prince. Translated into more than 300 languages, it is the second most translated work in the world after the Bible.

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THE HELP (From "The Color of Feelings" by Kathryn Stockett)

2016 | Oil on linen | 81 x 60 cm | Private collection

This painting is an adaptation of the novel The Help published in 2009.

 

The novel combines over 500 pages tension and comedy in the context of racial segregation in the United States in the 1960s and is organized around three female characters who are differentiated by skin color, age, function. social and language, Aibileen, Eugenia and Minny.

These residents of Jackson, Mississippi, get to know each other but also to appreciate each other until they form a sincere friendship.

 

It was adapted for cinema in 2011 by Tate Taylor.

The work is protected and carefully rolled up in a rigid mailing tube with the certificate of authenticity.

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