Phlegethon - Whoever tears off the life of others is left marked by that blood. (Dante's Inferno series 2/6)
700 years of Dante, 700 years of "Comedia", a "divine" work that gives pride and fame to the Italian language. A poem that deals with various themes using cultured images and quotes, but also descending into dark descriptions of human's sorrows. Stripped of its classic sophistication, socio-political irreverence and Christian mythology the only thing left is man: never at the center of the medieval universe, but in this graphic reinterpretation of Inferno (Hell) he is. Their frailties, their pain and errors are the foundation of it: because Hell is already on Earth and we are both jailers and convicts, all under the same star that rises and sets.
Nothing is as satisfying as the results of watercolours...
and I constantly test them trapping dreams and nightmares on paper.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.