In Italy and France the so-called Still Life, representations of flowers and fruit, are called since the nineteenth century” Death nature”: the term brings us immediately to mind dark images, dark settings and something related to the negative. Talking about “Death Nature” is a contradiction: Nature by definition is in fact alive. I wanted to emphasize this concept with bright...
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