The fifth book dedicated to the artist considers the work executed between 1995 and 2010.
The fifth book dedicated to the artist considers the work executed between 1995 and 2010. Nunziante is fascinated by the fact that the ancient continues to re-emerge. He reflects on Classical art and the power of beauty through a style of painting imbued with color, light and a precise, geometric way of arranging space. Having studied in Turin, Florence and Rome, Nunziante was seduced by the Italian Renaissance and Mannerist Schools, but is also inspired by Flemish and Northern European art, by painting ranging from the 17th century, a century that saw Still Life come to the fore as an independent art form, to the 18th century (the work of Chardin), and Romanticism, right up to more recent painters like Dalì, Picasso and De Chirico. Nunziante’s works convey to the soul of the observer his very personal harmony of vision, which overturns reality until it assumes a dream-like quality. The time-frame of his painting is both past and future, blended in an eternal present where, in a continuous carousel of objects, everything points towards a single end: the metaphysics of everyday life, on which Nunziante has always worked, removing the weight of things and stripping them down to their primeval essence.