The Father's Heart

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While Emanuele Dascanio's hand-made original called "The Father Don't Want a Divorce with Die Mutter. This is My Father.exists only once, WireStyle replicates the most intricate details with only nails and one single thread.

The Father's Heart is one piece out of 3 different detail images that show a different part of the original artwork each.

58 cm x 81 cm incl. matte black brushed aluminium frame.
Free shipping worldwide. Buyer is responsible for import tax (duty).

Due to the special nature of this product, no discount-codes can be applied to this product.

A total of 10 pieces will be produced with serial numbers 1 to 10. The serial numbers are assigned strictly in the order in which they are ordered.


Delivery starts March 2024

The Signature Edition from WireStyle

Every individual piece will have it's own limited edition serial number handwritten on the back.

Hyperrealism by Emanuele Dascanio

Emanuele Dascanio was born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983.

He enrolled at the Academy of Brera, but abandoned the academy after six months. In 2007 he studied and worked in the atelier of Gianluca Corona, student of Master Mario Donizetti, finding in him a good teacher and learning the technique of oil painting as it has been handed down from the Renaissance.

He devotes much time to the study of artistic techniques and the search for continuous improvement of its expressive capabilities. In 2018 Emanuele Dascanio become an IBEX MASTER Considered to be one of the most accomplished drawing artist in the world, his artworks are part of the prestigious IBEX COLLECTION. His works are in private collections in all over the world.

More information about him:
https://emanueledascanio.org/
https://www.instagram.com/emanuele_dascanio/

"Exploring the frontiers of hyperrealism through the integration of new technologies is my constant journey, an exciting adventure that pushes me to discover aesthetic solutions never imagined before."

Emanuele Dascanio 

Hyperrealism by Emanuele Dascanio

Emanuele Dascanio was born in Garbagnate Milanese in 1983.

He enrolled at the Academy of Brera, but abandoned the academy after six months. In 2007 he studied and worked in the atelier of Gianluca Corona, student of Master Mario Donizetti, finding in him a good teacher and learning the technique of oil painting as it has been handed down from the Renaissance.

He devotes much time to the study of artistic techniques and the search for continuous improvement of its expressive capabilities. In 2018 Emanuele Dascanio become an IBEX MASTER Considered to be one of the most accomplished drawing artist in the world, his artworks are part of the prestigious IBEX COLLECTION. His works are in private collections in all over the world.

More information about him:
https://emanueledascanio.org/
https://www.instagram.com/emanuele_dascanio/

"Exploring the frontiers of hyperrealism through the integration of new technologies is my constant journey, an exciting adventure that pushes me to discover aesthetic solutions never imagined before."

Emanuele Dascanio 

Ein einziger Faden

Das gesamte Motiv besteht aus einem einzigen Faden, der um tausende Nägel gespannt ist. Hinter dem Faden ist kein Foto oder Druck versteckt. Der fotorealistische Eindruck ergibt sich nur aus der Täuschung des Auges, welches den Faden ab einer gewissen Entfernung nicht mehr als solchen wahrnehmen kann.

Zwei Kunstwerke in einem

Aus der Nähe ergibt sich ein völlig anderer Eindruck als aus der Entfernung. Während man aus der Nähe jeden einzelnen Nagel und jedes Fadensegment erkennen kann, ergibt sich ab einer Entfernung von ca. 2-3 Metern ein fotorealistisches Bild.

Emanuele Dascanios einzigartiger Zeichenstil erschafft mit der von WireStyle entwickelten Technik eine neue Art von Kunst - quasi zwei völlig unterschiedliche Kunst-Stile in einem einzigen Kunstwerk vereint.

"Exploring the frontiers of hyperrealism through the integration of new technologies is my constant journey, an exciting adventure that pushes me to discover aesthetic solutions never imagined before."

Emanuele Dascanio