ANDREA CAMAGNA the artist who revives the Italian Renaissance

Camagna is attracted by classical art as a source of a beautiful ideal that the artist himself sought in his work as an artist and passionate about his gaze. The cycle of drawings in the Vatican is the culmination of this search for balance and imperturable beauty, a golden example of this approach is the jesus in the Vatican. Here an image of the pencil
The fortune of Andrea Camagna is rooted in an uncommon technical ability, for example the Velata in grasping and making the shapes in harmony with the space and in a chromatic balance difficult to imitate.