A giclée reproduction of Untitled 23, 1986 by Osvaldo Mariscotti.
Giclées are prints generated from digital scanning. They are extremely accurate in their interpretations of original works to the extent that they can capture the most subtle nuances of color and texture. The process results in prints that are water, fade and scratch resistant.
Mariscotti's Red Period (1980s) consists of vibrant paintings where motion is the main theme rendered as strong diagonals of color which produce subdivisions on the canvas that at the same time highlight the space in each section. The color red is widely used in the canvases of this period, only combined with certain other colors such as yellow, green and blue.