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Gianluca Corona
Zucca
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
35 x 35 cm
Gianluca Corona
Tibia Fusus
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
15 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
The Perfect Shape (Egg)
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
25 x 25 cm
Gianluca Corona
Tazza con Ciliegie
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
Susine di Montezago
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
Radicchio Rosa
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
35 x 35 cm
Gianluca Corona
Peonia
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
Lambis Spider
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
L'altra Metà (Nautilus)
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
41 x 41 cm
Gianluca Corona
Green Lettuce
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
35 x 40 cm
Gianluca Corona
Conus
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
15 x 15 cm
Gianluca Corona
Composizione con Tulipani Pappagallo
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
70 x 70 cm
Gianluca Corona
Two Cherries
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
20 x 20 cm
Gianluca Corona
Susine di Ca' Pajoni
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
Limone Sospeso
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
Gianluca Corona
Piatto con Fichi
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
30 x 45 cm
Gianluca Corona
Tulipani Olandesi
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
50 x 50 cm
Gianluca Corona
Aubergine
Technique
oil on panel
Dimensions
30 x 30 cm
About the artist

The exhibition ’Naturali Elegie’ by Gianluca Corona
will take place from Monday, May 11. 

 

Gianluca Corona was born in Milan in 1969.

In 1991 he graduated from  the local  Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera.

From ‘94 to ’96 he refined his talents, working in the studio of Mario Donizetti in Bergamo. 

He then started his professional career, distinguishing himself on the artistic scene as an exponent of the young Italian figurative art movement. 

His expressive research is based on a reinterpretation of the traditional genres of still life and portrait through a monumental and sensuous representation of shapes.  

Special attention is devoted to using traditional materials and techniques. 

He has held several exhibitions in Italy and abroad and his works are present in public and private collections. 

He lives and works in Milan.