Original and certified Italian artwork of painter Domenico Ronca (Molfetta - Puglia 1964)
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Medium : Oil on canvas - year 2023 in excellent condition
Title or subject : " Ballet dancer with violin " ( Ballerina )
Measures painting : 30 x 40 cm - 11.8 x 15.7 inches
Measures with frame : 42 x 52 cm - 16.5 x 20.4 inches
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Domenico Ronca was born in Molfetta ( Bari - Puglia ) in 1964 and following in his father's footsteps, he showed his passion for art as a child; one of his first paintings, depicting the garden of his father's house, dates back to the age of about 13.
A few years later his first public artistic experiences will begin, when in the wake of his father he will begin to present his canvases to appraisers, critics and art dealers throughout Italy, exhibiting together with his father in some group exhibitions, including in Toronto.
The difficult following years are characterized not only by the continuous study of painting techniques and the much loved classics, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, De Nittis, Boldini and others, but also by the contingent daily necessity that will slow down public initiatives. However, at that time there were exhibitions in Foggia (Vieste 1985), Monterotondo (1986), Rome (Il Ponte 1988), Rome, Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions (1990) with the patronage of the Comed Yearbook, and others.
The more than thirty years of artistic career are worth today the creation of his own pictorial style and his own expressive line that is manifested in the canvases of recent years with the choice of "glazes" and color combinations used for the intertwining of particularly distinctive forms of his painting, in which he often loves to represent female subjects or landscapes with horses.
Valuable are “Forza indomita”, a 50x50 oil dated 1997, depicting a white horse with a rider, in which colors and chiaroscuro intertwine the lines that define the figures with virile strength; and "Natura morta" a slightly earlier oil, with transparent colors and almost enchanted lights.