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Paintings by Silvio Porzionato

Silvio Porzionato was born in Moncalieri, Italy in 1971. He is a figurative painter who prefers oil paint on large canvases. His figures are depicted in statuary close-up, although ordinary people; they have the power to make us forget the typical private dimension of the portrait and, at the same time, they have the power to become icons of the human race. 

Silvio graduated from art school, then he has been head designer for a decade in an important Italian company. In the end, he decided to start a new life in the silence of the countryside, closely with nature and art. For more check out his website.


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