Tempio di Eumachia Painting by BRUNO CIOCCIA

Characteristics of the Painting “Tempio di Eumachia”

Year of creation2017
Dimensions40 W × 70 H × 5 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Stylecontemporary art
Materialswatercolor, canvas

Description of the Artwork “Tempio di Eumachia”

The author, Umberto Cesino, is inspired by the old architectural beauties of the old roman city of Pompei. The painting represents an old rich roman villa decorated externally by the Goddess Eumachia. Rare beauties of a lost world uncovered only 150 years ago.

Tempio di Eumachia

Original artwork, 40×70 cm, 2017
Original artwork with a certificate of authenticity
Secure payment methods: card, bank
Free and easy 14 days returns
Expert global delivery, all costs included
Find Similar Artworks
Shipping & returns
  • We offer expert global shipping, overseen by our logistics team.
  • The total price includes shipping costs, duties, and taxes.
  • We provide a 14-day return policy at no cost, excluding custom-made items.
About the artist

BRUNO CIOCCIA, United States

Umberto Cesino was born in Castellammare di Stabia, Naples, Italy, in 1951. Painter, sculptor, photographer, illustrator. Among his works of major importance is the bronze sculpture of the Monument of the Emigrant, situated at the entrance to the town of San Mango on the Calore in the province of Avellino. His artworks are exposed in La Pergola Gallery in Florence, in galleries Consorti and Rossocinabro in Rome. His paintings vary from portraits, to landscapes using various techniques: tempera, oil, mixed media, etc.. He has executed numerous murals, trompe l'oeil , in public localities and private homes. His works are to be found in many private collections. Among his most significant graphic works there are designes of the reconstruction of archaeological monument from Pompeii, Herculaneum, Capri and Sorrento, realized in collaboration with his son Giuseppe. They have been published as transparencies in the book “Pompeii” by the editor d’ Oriano. A painting , S. Catello’s come back, is in the Cathedral of Castellammare di Stabia (NA). He painted the portrait of the Commander of the Vatican Swiss Guards, Cristoph Graf, and he personally consigned it in December 2016.. Two graphic works have been archived in the Collection Sgarbi of Prints and Designs and published in the volume “Artists of the Sgarbi Collection”.

Recently Viewed - 0 Artworks