31.03.11 by Jeff

Nicola Samorì

Paintings by Nicola Samorì. Italy.

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

artist painter nicola samori painting

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • michelle ruby

    Fantastic take on the renaissance rendering without being mundane. Original and haunting! Love it.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

    yes very haunting

  • http://heyitsalexp.com heyitsAlexP

    I love these, especially the 3rd from the top.

  • http://manuelealtieri.tumblr.com/ Manuele

    Give me a feeling anxiety.

  • Lucy

    wooowwwwww, i love these!

  • http://kfmgallery.com Kristin Forbes-Mullane

    damn… very cool.

  • http://www.sradnidge.com sr

    geez… these are amazing

  • http://www.sebastienbouchard.com Sebastien

    classical trash

  • http://theburdenofmystery.com evan

    amazing. really nails it.

  • Gene

    These feel very strange and dark. It has a Bacon-esque style to it. And the ‘peeling’ effect is what makes it pop out!

    • ALEX IKHIDE

      OMG!!!! that’s exactly what i thought as well as soon as i saw these!! its sort of a re-imagining of francis bacon’s style and form of work

  • https://www.art-colour.gr/ Stefanos

    They are all amazing but I really love the fourth one.

  • http://www.fionnmccabe.com/ Fionn

    Eerie and beautiful.

  • heather

    YES

  • Vuk

    Inspiring..It reminds me of Adrain Ghenie, another great artist seen here on booooom

  • Hanna

    love it so so much

  • Alec

    I can’t find any extensive writing on this guy in English, has anyone else?

    Also, does anyone know if the peeling effects are 3d or painted?

  • http://veritykent.wordpress.com/ Verity

    Wow!!

  • Ll

    beautiful Renaissance

  • http://www.deptm2.com mike m

    um wow

  • lapetitefaon

    Sooooo dark

  • Tete Solitaire

    Don’t Wanna Know How You Did It: You Did It!

  • Ben

    This was new to me I have never seen this type of work it is quite interesting.

  • sepanta

    These works of art all induce the fear is. Also has a fragile structure

  • http://11.acesaura.com Crystal

    These are absurdly awesome.

  • ruru

    I’m going to have nightmares tonight. :/

  • Terrel

    SO I am really feeling your work… you are awesoome

  • http://www.wlum.nl Jan Willem

    Absolutly love it. Great technique!

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/teeshirtandties/ nichola

    ooh wow i love these. love the colours. wow.





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