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Traditional Painting14.08.2014

The incredible style of Nunzio Paci

The incredible style of Nunzio Paci

Nunzio Paci is an Italian artist born in Bologna in 1977. His art explores the relation between men, animals and nature. His works always represents a body including a lot of mutations. The painter says his intention is “to explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination.” His inimitable style also made his popularity, essentialy in Europe where he did many exhibitions for many years now. We invite you to discover his portfolio for more incredible creations.

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