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This is a watercolour painting of a traditional folk dance from the south of Italy ‘pizzica’. The vigorous dance is usually accompanied by music often with bagpipes and tambourine. The watercolour painting is of the dance being performed in the courtyard of a masseria, a typical farm building in Puglia. It was exhibited at the Tate in an exhibition with the theme of movement in Spring 2019. It is a watercolour painted on cold pressed, acid-free, 300gsm watercolour paper. Ready for your own choice of mount and frame, the paper is A3 size as detailed below. The original artwork comes with my signature on the front and includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity. (The picture is also shown with a mount and frame but this is for illustration purposes only.)


W 15.75" x H 11.69"
W 40.00 cm x H 29.70 cm
Cold pressed, acid-free, 300gsm watercolour paper
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About the Artist

I have always enjoyed the creative process and have practised many arts and crafts whilst living abroad for over 30 years in Italy, Sweden, Belgium, France and Turkey, being inspired by the art and culture in each of these countries. While living in Stockholm I studied ‘rosnaling’ and created my...

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