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I wish I were a girl again (n.538) - Dolls seriesBy Alessio Mazzarulli

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US$ 2,200



Acrylic, Acrylic and shredded paper on canvas

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Dimensions: 90cm (H) x 90cm (W) x 2.5cm (D) / 35.4" (H) x 35.4" (W) x 1" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.


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Please note that this item is unframed and requires crating for shipment

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Artwork n.538

90 x 90 x 2.50 (cm)

This is the 16th work of the series "Dolls" inspired thinking about women "used" like doll.
She wish she were a girl again. After she suffered so much, after she gave totally herself into the many wrong hands, she desire to born again. She wish to be a girl again. A new life is waiting for her.

This unique artwork is a acrylic painting on shredded paper on canvas.
This is sold unframed, ready to hang with a hook on the back.
Please note: the frame in the picture is only a simulation; artwork is sold unframed.

The surface has small reliefs and I love to caress it, feeling it...
I also use acrylic resin in surface that gives a glossy effect and protect colors against sunshine and dust.

Signed and dated in back.
Signed in front, if you want.

Each piece is securely packaged, wrapped and protected for shipping and will arrives in a wooden crate completely safe included the Certificate of Authenticity.
I use DHL courier: European shipping arrives in 24/48 hours; International shipping arrives in 48/72 hours.
A delivery tracking number is provided.

Different light sources can give different colours on the photos.


Artist Profile

Born: 1974
Hometown: Pescara
Based in: Pescara

I was born in 1974 and I live and work in Pescara, Italy.

My first experience with art was at school, thanks to the art education professor I took a brush for the first time.
After this scholastic approach I was able to get closer to the comic by collaborating with a …


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