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Danza tribale, 2012, cm 80 x 80, oil and henna on canvas
Cavallo con tori, 2010, cm 70 x 50, oil and henna on canvas
Lo stregone, 2012, cm 70 x 50, oil, henna and pigments on canvas
Cavalli e bisonti, 2010, cm 80 x 100, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Caccia II, 2010, cm 150 x 100, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Cavallino, 2018, cm 35 x 45, oil and pigments on canvas
Danza propiziatoria, 2012, cm 60 x 60, oil and pigments on canvas
Caccia: l'imprevisto, 2011, cm 100 x 150, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Caccia grossa, 2011, cm 80 x 100, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Rinoceronte bianco, 2019, cm 60 x 100, oil and oxides on canvas
Caccia VIII, 2010, cm 60 x 100, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Caccia I, 2010, cm 150 x 100, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Bisonte bianco, 2012, cm 60 x 60, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
Sciamani, 2019, cm 60 x 90, oil and pigments on canvas
Caccia III, 2010, cm 150 x 100, oil, henna and acrylic on canvas
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A TRIBUTE TO CAVE PAINTING

This collection of works offers a fair tribute to men who tens of thousands of years ago felt the need to communicate visually for the first time, leaving their mark on history. These ancestors have the great honor of having invented art, or rather, of having manifested themselves first, since they needed to express their artistic creativity, which is endemic in man. This collection of works is composed of bas-reliefs created with chalk on canvas and subsequently antiqued with natural substances such as cocoa, turmeric, henna, coffee and finished with oil paints.

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Andrea Benetti
The painting of the future was born in caves Bologna, Italy