Sunday, February 23, 2020

Pierre-Paul Marchini Recognized for Excellence in the Field of Painting

'La Dame et la Harpe' (The Lady and the Harp)
Oil with Palette Knife, 100 × 80 Inches, 2020.

Pierre-Paul Marchini has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.

Artist Pierre-Paul Marchini

A highly celebrated artist with more than 15 years of experience, Marchini has been a professional painter since 2003. In this role, he is recognized as one of the 50 masters of contemporary art by the Russo Brothers. His pieces are known for their diversion from the theory of colors, his mastery of his materials, and for breaking with classical forms. His preferred style is abstract, using oil and knives to create works such as "Fibrille," "Interval," "Philosophy of the Lights," "Isula," "Mediation," "Space" and "Travel."

Pierre-Paul Marchini, ‘Orage’ (Thunderstorm), 90″ x 70″

As a leader in the field, artist Pierre-Paul Marchini is affiliated with numerous professional organizations. A member of the Academy of Fine Arts of Rome, his work has been featured in shows around the world, including at the New York Art Expo in 2015. A self taught artist, Marchini has completed coursework in secondary education, and he is a veteran of the French Navy. Marchini is recognized as an Academic Master.

Pierre-Paul Marchini, ‘Lumière du Soir’ (Evening Light), 80″ x 60″

Throughout his career, Pierre-Paul Marchini has been recognized for his contributions to the art world. His pieces evoke natural beauty, contrasts and extremes, and his use of color is regarded as bold and striking. Evoking historical and contemporary issues, his work is noted for leaving the impression of movement and action.
Pierre-Paul Marchini, ‘Fonds Marins’ (Seabed), 90″ x 70″
Entering the art world due to his love of art and desire to share between people, Marchini is the proud father of three children. 
The artist lives and works in Ajaccio, the capital city on the French island of Corsica. In his free time, he enjoys watching cinema and viewing other artists' work.

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