Seated Woman is a big, impressive original artwork realized by Bernardo Siciliano in 1993.
Charcoal on cardboard.
Hand-signed on the lower right corner: B. Siciliano '93.
H 40.16 in. x W 28.55 in. x D 0.12 in.
The work represents a portrait of a seated nude figure; the woman is watching the observer with the crossed hands. The figure is thin and is characterized by black and dense outlines. The figure is expressive and recalls the Expressionist works of the end of the XIX Century.
The work has been realized by Bernardo Siciliano (Rome, 1969) was an Italian artist from Rome and grew up in close contact with the cultural environment of the capital, the artist established himself with a style that mixes the Italian twentieth-century pictorial lesson with the American brightness and realism of the last decades. Sicilian uses the landscape as a pure visual pretext, to build his works with a mixture of warmth and coldness