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Angela Carli

Charlie Chaplin, un giorno senza un sorriso è un giorno perso

Charlie Chaplin, un giorno senza un sorriso è un giorno perso

Mix Media on Canvas

150 x 100 cm

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Angela Carli's, features a charming portrait of Charlie Chaplin. Carli's signature technique shines as she captures Chaplin's timeless charisma with a touch of whimsy. The artwork is adorned with a vintage backdrop, echoing an era when Chaplin graced the silver screen. The poignant phrase, 'Charlie Chaplin, un giorno senza un sorriso è un giorno perso' ('A day without a smile is a day wasted'), adds a touch of philosophy to the composition. Carli's ability to merge lifelike portraiture with nostalgic elements crafts a visual ode to the iconic comedian and the enduring power of a smile.


Medium: Painting
Style: Pop Art
Year: 2023
Size: 150 x 100 cm 
Ready to hang: Yes
Frame: Yes
Signed: Yes
Materials: Mix media on canvas


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  • Angela Carli

    Angela Carli, born in Siena, Italy, in 1978, has been passionate about painting since her youth. Graduating first from the School of Applied Arts of Siena "Duccio di Buoninsegna," and later from the Florence Academy of Fine Arts, she developed a distinctive style characterized by vibrant colors and dynamic compositions.

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