Rome - 31 August 2016 - redazione
Artworks by count Arvedo Arvedi, a versatile artist, who grew up in the family villa in the midst of antique works of art and ancient art, will be on display from 1 to 12 September at the Gallery of the Biblioteca Angelica at Rome.
In this solo exhibition the artist shows his interest in environmental issues; recurring themes are the deep sea, valleys and mountains, the light itself is his muse.
Various techniques colour his canvases, some of his own invention.
The works in this exhibition evoke a journey through the artist’s reminiscences, a throwback to a carefree childhood of books and art.
His works are exhibited along with those of his daughter, as they used to do in the Renaissance workshops.