Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 98cm (H) x 69cm (W) x 3cm (D) / 38.6" (H) x 27.2" (W) x 1.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
One of the oldest restaurants in New York City, the first Delmonico's opened in 1827 on William Street, which was originally a patisserie. This building retains an important part of the history of New York. The black and white, used in the pictorial representation, is the pretext to highlight the cleanliness of the technique. In fact, in this particular coloring the volumes stand out from the flat dimension of the canvas to give life, between lights and shadows, to sharp protrusions and recesses.
Hometown: Lamezia Terme
Based in: Lamezia Terme
Marco Barberio, 1971 Italy. During his life, he has always cultivated a passion for art and creativity, even without attending specialized schools. He spent his adolescence in the 80s, painting with the myth of American graffiti and pop art. In the 90s he was in the middle of the digital revolution and the birth of the Internet. Thanks to entrepreneurial intuition, the predisposition to new technologies and love for art, he founded a web company with the role of art director. In his US travels, he definitively consolidates the metropolitan subjects for his realistic paintings with references to pop icons. The artist describes the practice, called “sampled realism”, as bringing him the greatest satisfaction by being able to balance realism against a more conceptual simplification of traits. His work completely reflects the dualism of these two forces.
Buy with Confidence
Collect from reputable artists and galleries
Ships securely to your door
Certificates of Authenticity with each artwork
Back to Top