Paintings by Nicola Verlato. Brooklyn. These are incredible.
oh my goodness, these are works of old masters if they lived in our times. Amazing. I had this idea but don’t have the skills…Nicola is ubelievably talented.
its been a while i dont get that impressed. amazing
I cannot believe these are real. I’m so speechless.
I don’t like looking at them. They scare me.
that strong your style, your messages … yet … I love
He, I think I’ve seen this on the Biennale in Venice this year. Great paintings!
I would love to see these in real life. Unbelievable.
You pictures are very beautiful
Oh man. I love these. So. Much Detail. xD
nice you post that here
I saw the 3rd one (James Dean’s Death, I think) live at the Biennale at Venice, Italy, among other work from him. Really impressive paintings :)
No way !!!
like the classic style; it seems to be able to hold the intense subjects.
the first is fucking intense. they all are. purely amazing
I just looked at these while listening to this http://marsargo.bandcamp.com/album/technology-is-a-dead-bird Let’s just say it was intense to say the least.
Remind me some of the Glen Fabry works…
these are so amazing
gente doida! i really like it!!!
Wow.. These are in a league of their own. Nicola is something else!
Wow, these are kinda terrifying. So much incredible detail it makes it hard to look away.
those are unreal. I think the last army one has to be my favorite.
the tragdy in our days.. so ff** amazing!
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Each piece seems to have it’s
own story and history. I would
love to see them and hear how
Nicola Verlato describes them.
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The last one looks as if Michelangelo painted soldiers. It shows your master of the human form. Absolutely beautiful.
whadya think he meant there, tonight… you?
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