Giuseppe Faraone proposes a type of modern impressionism, where the school of the macchiaioli, however, although its technique is very personalized, the brushstroke is quick, deliberately neglects the details for one purpose: to give more emphasis to the painting with bright colors and Light games. His paintings are overflowing with bright colors, and often represent landscapes where water is almost always present, as in urban landscapes where water becomes rain and the streets become bright mirrors that reflect lives the souls of those who Live or live. Flowers ... trees ... rivers ... streams Sun ... clear sky ... and rain ... tears of the sky .All the emotions of life enclosed on a canvas. Intrigued by all the colors of the soul. You can not look at his picture without opening a door to his own soul ... Be it a memory or a dream.
Giuseppe Faraone, painter
Born in Picerno (Potenza), Giuseppe Faraone attended the Art School of Potenza, before moving to San Donato Milanese on the outskirts of Milan, where he still lives and works. Here he started his relentless pursuit of a variety of drawing techniques and the use of colors. He understands the art of painting, having perfected his talent in Italy and abroad. Faraone fined tuned his skills in the Impressionist style by painting in the same places where French Impressionism was born. The scenes depicted in his works of art are many, but in particular, he focuses on the stunning views of Milan. Unlike the French Impressionists, who represented a satisfied and happy society, in the paintings of Faraone we find the Milan that works, where everything is moving. The water is ubiquitous: it flows in the Navigli canals, it wets the city streets, it falls in the windows of the Milanese trams. The artist represents a series of water reflections, giving the scene chromatic rhythms of particular intensity. Giuseppe Faraone has exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale, the Spoleto Festival of the Two Worlds, the Ursula Petrone Petrofil Gallery, the Lega del Filo d’Oro, and at various exhibitions of the Grand Gala of Modern Art. Reviews of Faraone have been published in many major Art magazines, including the monthly “Arte” of Mondadori. He has also won many awards in painting competitions, and his paintings are appreciated by collectors around the world. Currently Faraone paints and exhibits in his studio workshop, La Tana dell'Arte, in San Donato Milanese via Ticino 3. Giuseppe Faraone was chosen for the year 2016/17 and entered in a book of ministerial text of the fifth grade in Italy
Giuseppe Faraone painter and colourist ... the art of this Italian artist seems to be born from a chromatic synthesis ... exacerbated, pushed to the extreme that then wins with the spots of color. is very inspired by post-impressionism but also by abstract art, to which his art tends several times ... while remaining very perfectionist, worried about the accuracy and nuances, seems to be taken away then with the profusion colors brightness that give them! he is a man of art who "" speaks with his hands "" with great effusion, solicitude, visual contact and poetry!
Jacqueline Remy French journalist
The painting of Giuseppe Faraone is subdued soul song, which evokes, whispers, remembers along a trail of inner states, impressions, emotions, which are fixed on the canvas with artistic sensitivity intimately linked to talent and suggestive chromatic choices. The brushstrokes are the mirror of a lyrical outburst translated into an iconic tale and all reveals the expressive power of color between nuances, digradazioni, variations, capable of intense representative vis. For the artist to paint is tantamount to splendid flight: the canvas translates into ethereal hovering towards infinite horizons ...
Flavio Nimpo (poet)
“The colors themselves do not mean anything it's the artist who brings to life, by mixing them with his soul. Thus the painting is created. It does not have to be perfect, but moving and full of emotions.
This is my art “ (Giuseppe Faraone)
Also follow me on my Facebook page