Toward the Rear of the PantheonMaximilian Damico
Watercolor painting on Paper
Ready to frame
Signed on front and back
15 " h x 11 " w |0 lbs. 1 oz.
The little square located at back of the Pantheon, Piazza della Minerva in Rome. In the middle of the piazza is a sculpture combining a small Egyptian obelisk set on the back of an elephant sculpted by Bernini. "The painting shows the typical italian life during a warm spring day," says Maximilian. Painted in the studio from sketches done on location; on heavyweight watercolor paper with deckled edges and a white border.
Brno, Czech Republic
Italian watercolorist Maximilian Damico paints primarily on location. He observes city sidewalks and intersections, looking for not the most famous scenes but the most interesting. With quick, lively brushstrokes, Maximilian captures the energy and mood of cities whether in the rain, gloom, or rush hour. The frenetic quality of city life doesn’t detract from the beauty of each scene. Maximilian’s gestural technique instead infuses liveliness in each artwork, a liveliness that makes being in a big city a never-ending thrill.