“Die Stadtstrasse, der Dom” graphic print (from the private collection of Sebastian Trovato)
The title of this work translates as “The City Street, the Dome” (referring to the Kölner Dom- the Cologne Cathedral- one of the largest and most famous in the world) This is a work from the private collection of Sebastian Trovato, an accomplished artist in his own right. He was fascinated by the works of others and filled his home with not only his own pieces, but many by his friends, colleagues, and those he admired from around the world. Many of the pieces in the private collection have been signed, but it is not always possible to make out the name of the artist. They are incredible, vibrant works of art, mostly from the late 1960s/early 1970s. They have been carefully stored in a temperature and humidity controlled environment for over 45 years, and are in mint condition. Length: 23″ Width: 15 3/4″
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This shop is dedicated exclusively to the art and private art collection of Sebastian Trovato, the late great-uncle to opera singer Michelle Trovato. He was a HUGE opera fan, and created this series of serigraphs (lithograph prints) in the early 1970s. They have been carefully kept in temperature-controlled storage since then, and are in perfect condition. The colors are incredibly vibrant, and the story is inspired by Greek mythology, a passage in Homer's Odyssey.