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Online paintings sale: “Mimose”, oil on canvas by the painter Gianni Perazzoli

Are you looking for a painting to buy online? With the painting “Mimose”, oil on canvas, you have the opportunity to purchase one of the most sensitive works of the Veronese painter Gianni Perazzoli.

But with the online sale of the “Mimose” painting, a tribute to the figure of the woman, you have the opportunity to do a beneficial work.

The proceeds from the online sale of the painting by the Scaliger painter is in fact destined for ItaliaAdozioni, an association that deals with spreading the culture of adopting children, foster care and respect for cultural diversity.

“Mimose”, a painting by the painter Gianni Perazzoli, is a tribute of the soul to the female figure and contains the echoes of spring, a fruitful season for soul renewal.

“Mimose” wants to be a tribute to the figure of the woman, with her particular sensitivity in looking after children and adopting children, says the painter, born in 1948 in Verona, where he lives.

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Online paintings: “Mimose”, inspired by the figure of a woman and the desire for motherhood


“Everything was born with the mimosas in mind, this flower that is associated with women and reminds of spring,” explains the painter, who has worked with canvases and brushes since he was a child.

“It took a long time, in the art studio that I have a few dozen steps from the Arena,” says Perazzoli. “As always happens with the jobs that take you in your soul, connected to childhood and the female figure, I was asked for patience. Careful processing. Then, one step back from reason and one step forward from the heart. “

“I wanted to donate this work, which has a style in line with the production of my paintings, the result of feelings of particular intensity, to the ItaliaAdozioni association for the cultural work it does for the adoption of girls and boys,” says Perazzoli, son of art since his father painted, while his brother is passionate about pictorial art.

Painted in 2019, square in shape, the “Mimose” painting measures 100 cm per side and is 4 cm thick. The weight is approximately 3 kg.

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The painter Gianni Perazzoli, an artist in Verona

The painter Gianni Perazzoli, artist in Verona
Among the paintings by Gianni Perazzoli, we can mention: Traspaquadri (2004/2006), Molecules and mother nature (2007), La Sentenza Das Urteil (2009/2010).

Gianni Perazzoli prefers abstract painting “which best expresses the motions of my soul on canvas and in which I better recognize myself as an artist”.

The painter, with some exhibitions reserved for a select audience, occasionally engages with glimpses of medieval Verona; while he doesn’t seem to be fond of landscapes.

Since 2019, the painter Perazzoli has been collaborating with Italiaadozioni, an association that has the aim of spreading a correct culture of the adoption of boys and girls in society.

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Perazzoli explains the “Mimose” painting, painted a stone’s throw from the Arena in Verona


The painter Gianni Perazzoli paints in his studio a few dozen steps from the Arena amphitheater, the most famous place in Roman Verona.

Perazzoli says he is inspired by the colors of the city, even if he prefers portraits, still lifes, nude and abstract painting to the views of the suggestive corners of the city of Romeo and Juliet.

“Abstract painting, as happened with the Mimose painting”, explains the Scaliger artist, “allows me to better express my feelings. And the transience of existence; in addition to the uncertainty of our time “.

The painter Perazzoli tells which artists inspired him most

The painter Perazzoli tells which artists inspired him most
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Article by Maurizio Corte
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