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My Grandmothers Piano by Susanne Bianchi,

My Grandmothers Piano is a homage to Nan, who was a Piano and Violin Teacher. I can still see myself in her cosy living room taking lessons. Such wonderful memories.

Here, I have continued to explore still life in the style and manner of Gorriti and his predecessors, using bright colours, block forms and soft brushstrokes.

Cubism, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso began using shapes and blocky forms to make still life that looked radically different to those of their predecessors.  Gorriti continued along that path.  I really admire this style.

They believed that to create mood and an emotional response in painting, color is more important than subject alone. And as a colorist, Gorriti is a virtuoso, using the full range of his palette to create both subtle, unobtrusive fragments of delicate tones, alongside vibrantly orchestrated blocks.

My Grandmothers Piano

Susanne Bianchi

AUD$485
Size: 60w x 60h x 2d cms
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My Grandmothers Piano by Susanne Bianchi,

My Grandmothers Piano is a homage to Nan, who was a Piano and Violin Teacher. I can still see myself in her cosy living room taking lessons. Such wonderful memories.

Here, I have continued to explore still life in the style and manner of Gorriti and his predecessors, using bright colours, block forms and soft brushstrokes.

Cubism, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso began using shapes and blocky forms to make still life that looked radically different to those of their predecessors.  Gorriti continued along that path.  I really admire this style.

They believed that to create mood and an emotional response in painting, color is more important than subject alone. And as a colorist, Gorriti is a virtuoso, using the full range of his palette to create both subtle, unobtrusive fragments of delicate tones, alongside vibrantly orchestrated blocks.

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