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New Cityscapes in Motion Painted by Valerio D'Ospina

August 16, 2016

Christopher Jobson

Early Morning in Manhattan, 2014, oil on canvas, 84x55in. As if viewing cityscapes from the vantage point of a bird swooping through the sky or from the window of a speeding car, Italian artist Valerio D’Ospina (previously) sets the world in motion through quick and expressive brushstrokes. The artist imbues the streets of Italy, New York, and Paris with a bold sense of energy that can appear both exciting or foreboding depending on your perspective. D’Ospina also finds beauty in industrial transportation, specifically oil tankers and old locomotives that lumber into rail yards or sit docked in harbors with a…

 

 



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New Blurred Cityscapes by Valerio D'Ospina

April 28, 2014

Christopher Jobson

Cattedrale di Milano (2014). Oil on canvas, 40 x 40in. Manhattan (2013). Oil on panel, 35 x 48in. Driving on Madison Avenue (2013). Oil on panel, 48 x 24in. Broadway and West 25th (2013). Oil on panel, 24 x 16.5in. Duomo di Milano (2012) Oil on linen, 39 x 56in. / Facade (2012). Oil on panel, 24 x 30in. Bivio (2011). Oil on panel, 40 x 24in. La Strada (2014). Oil on panel, 48 x 40in. It’s hard not to get lost in these dramatically blurred architectural renderings and cityscapes of New York and Italy by Italian painter Valerio D’Ospina…

 

 



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Dramatically Blurred Oil Paintings by Valerio D'Ospina

February 13, 2013

Christopher Jobson

I’m really enjoying the perspective and mood in these oil paintings by Valerio D’Ospina. Born in southern Italy but now living and working in Pennsylvania the artist paints gritty scenes from industry including ship yards, trains, and factories as well as broad “urbanscapes” that are captured from a dramatic, almost blurred perspective. His most recent solo show was at Hall Spassov Gallery back in October. (via cosas cool)…