Divine Comedy- Canto XXXIII


This oil on canvas painting is part of the Feminine The Divine Comedy series, created by Roberto Piaia

  • Artist: Roberto Piaia
  • Title: Canto XXXIII
  • Technique: oil on canvas
  • Material: cotton canvas
  • Signed: Yes, hand signed on the front and the back.
  • Year: 2009
  • Dimensions Height: 150 cm.
  • Dimensions Width: 50 cm.
  • Frame: Yes
  • Certificate of Authenticity: Yes

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Executive Poetics of the Painting- Divine Comedy Canto XXXIII

In the work that illustrates the Divine Comedy Canto XXXIII, Roberto Piaia managed to emotionally transport us to a cold atmosphere. Where the impetuous rage in which the main characters have sunk transpires: Count Ugolino della Gherardesca and Archbishop Ruggieri.

The count is considered a deceiver of human nature, more than a political traitor. Incapable of forgiveness, he continues towards self-destruction. Enraging with implacable resentment on their executioner, responsible for the capture and horrible end to him and his family. Political hatred made him no less crazy than his executioner!

While keeping faith to the stories of the Poet, the stylistic character of the artist who embraces as a unison the ancient and the contemporary is predominant. Dressing his works with originality, ingenious ideas and undisputed executive capacity.

Cataloged Publications

The Feminine Essence (Essenza al Femminile) | curated by Carmen De Guarda and Angelo Mistrangelo | Editor Giorgio Mondadori.

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 50 × 150 cm


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