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Paintings by Nicola Samori

Nicola Samori (born 1977) is an Italian painter and sculptor. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and currently lives and works in Bagnacavallo, Italy. Artist is known for his contemporary interpretations of 16th and 17th C painting styles. His work is best described as dark and baroque, with canvases often damaged by scraping, diluting, slashing, and tearing. Referring to his physical manipulation of the painting surface, R.C. Baker of the Village Voice said that “Samori’s rereadings of old master oils are a revelation”


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