Gigliotti’s Sunnyboy experiments with pointillism in a portrait filled with provocation.
The artist breaks away from his favorite motif, the female, and instead presents us with a male subject cracking an intense smile.
Masterful use of shading and contour here really bring this portrait to life, giving it an almost three-dimensional effect.
The subject’s blindingly white smile, eyes and necklace add to the vibrancy of character, and to the provocativeness that’s so emblematic of Gigliotti’s work.
Prints on Fine Art Paper
Mahlstedt Gallery is very pleased to offer limited edition prints on Fine Art Paper of our represented contemporary works of art. Most of the beautiful original work that we show through the gallery can be yours in a choice print, available in a wide range of sizes to fit in your space. Our diverse line of original artwork is professionally printed on museum grade Fine Art Paper that won’t fade or yellow. Mahlstedt Gallery limited edition Fine Art Paper prints are produced on our state-of-the-art professional color printer that replicates the finest detail. Our expert printers hand-number and seal every print with the Mahlstedt Gallery seal of authenticity. We roll and package each piece with care and include white gloves, to make it easy for you to maintain and enjoy your beautiful limited edition fine art!
Prints on Canvas
Mahlstedt Gallery takes great pride in the craftsmanship of our artisan canvases, hand-stretched to perfection in the USA. Our gallery canvases are stretched on North American basswood, known for its stability and the wood of choice used in museum exhibitions. Mahlstedt’s professional crafters stretch all canvases meticulously, with close attention to symmetry and seamless edges. Each canvas is measured in proportion to the original artworks, to produce highly detailed editions that are both classic and contemporary. Our canvas prints come equipped with a sawtooth hanger and white gloves, making it easy for you to install and enjoy your beautiful limited edition fine art right out of the package!
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Our fine art limited edition prints are made-to-order by our own expert in house staff, inspecting each piece to make sure it has been made to perfection. We use only premium materials.
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Mahlstedt gallery is proud to be 100% made in the USA!! All Mahlstedt Gallery prints are made and assembled in the USA at our gallery in New York.
This Art Painting Original Is…
Made In Algeria
Signed by the artist on the Back Bottom Right.
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Pasquale's work is shaped by transformation and love of experimentation as well as constant striving for technical refinement. From synthetic resin colors, over spatula, sands and and glaze techniques to the acrylic painting, he is constantly seeking new challenges. His ambition culminates finally in the conversion of a photorealistic style.
At an early stage a social critical approach begins to show in his motif choice. Finally, what always created a great passion and work strength with numerous artists becomes ever more exciting for him: to paint contemporary nudes, to catch the lively, concentrate on shades, curvatures and outlines fascinates him. Nevertheless, his work remains the critical view of a world citizen, who argues intensively with the economic and cultural waves of the present.
The woman as a motif and representation of the spectrum between femme fatal and femme fragile becomes a central element of his oeuvre. It shows the femaleness in all its facets –provocative, mysterious, innocent - and captures them with virtuosic precision on his large sized canvases. Thus, his pictures result in seducing the male viewer with their erotic characteristics, whilst enabling the female viewer to see themselves reflected in the pictures.
1973 Commercial training. 1975 Autodidactic training in drawing and painting.
2008 Beginning of cooperation with Alexander E. Räber Gallery in Zurich.