The Figure | The Object | The Still-Life

TAfter some time working on portraits, he decides to separate himself from the submission required by this practice and only sporadically does he work on this speciality with his closest relatives.
Furthermore, the pictures of people –mostly anonymous– form part of observations that are closest to him and serve to provide oxygen to his daily work in the studio.
The painter's 'Ithacas' are just around the corner, in the silent spaces of the landscape that surrounds him.
His travel journal is made up of a thousand disorganised notes, made on napkins from taverns and pages from an old appointment book.