Summertime Painting by Jonathan Grego - Jose Art Gallery
Summertime Painting by Jonathan Grego - Jose Art Gallery
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Original artwork, 100×100 cm, 2022
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Characteristics of the Painting “Summertime”

Year of creation2022
Dimensions100 W × 100 H × 2 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsacrylic, canvas
Type of packagingcardboard box
personadultfashionartattractivehumanWoman beach

Description of the Artwork “Summertime”

A portait of a girl on a beach near where I live in France. It's part of my series where I cut the canvas and I reinsert the canvas under the cut out arm of the person painted. It rappresents my passion for the ocean and the beach even when there are no waves and everything is calm and there is a magical atmosphere.

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About the artist

Jonathan Grego is an anglo-italian visual Artist, based in Bordeaux who graduated in Arts in Rome. In his artwork he often deals with social subjects - such as peace, pollution, love, or the vice of the modern man - with humour, irony and provocation. He combines different techniques such as oil, acrylic and watercolour in which he integrates various types of collage. On the quest for originality he started cutting his canvases in order to insert objects like Lego, Puzzles or keys - often with a nostalgic and poetic meaning. Since 2006 he exhibits in galleries in Europe and has won several painting competitions. Passionate about street art he regularly paints large murals in Europe and Australia. His paintings are exhibited permanently in: "Espace 57" in Bordeaux, France (since 2016) Art gallery "Aurora" in Monsègur, France (since 2021) Gallery/Atelier "Partage" in Lesparre-Mèdoc, France ( since 2022) Art gallery "Isartis" in Nuremberg, Germany (since 2019) Art gallery "Ikigai Art Gallery" in Rome, Italy (since 2022)

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