Antonio’s vibrant abstract expressionist works come from the creative mind of a truly liberated artist who works on the principle that “Imagination is more important than knowledge; knowledge is limited, imagination is endless.” Antonio grew up listening to music and drumming in bands, always knowing that music would be a huge part of his future. He has enjoyed a successful career as a music producer working with many of the biggest names in the industry, from Pink to Kanye West. His love affair with art also began early on in his life. Both music and art have combined into artwork of great visual power and emotional impact. Antonio describes his work as abstract expressionism, expressing his mood and emotions through the very act of applying the paint to the canvas in response to pieces of music. His influences and inspirations range from classic rock to modern day rap. A recent collection was an emotional project painted to the music of the late David Bowie. Antonio’s work has been shown at galleries all over the world, most recently at the 'Catania' in Arte Sicily, Miami 'Art Spectrum' and 'The Louvre' in Paris. His work has also been featured at the first ever art exhibition in the stunning, newly renovated Gustave Eiffel Room at the Eiffel Tower.His status in the USA has long been established but since his UK debut he has been named 'Best New Artist 2014' & 'Best Selling Published Artist 2016' by the Fine Art Trade Guild. He also won 'The Effetto Arte' Award 2014, the Leone Dei Dogi Award 2015 by the Venice Biennale, and most recently, the International Prize Caravaggio 'Great Master of Art' 2018 award in Milan.

Antonio Russo ‘Cadbury’s Carnival Avicii’ Original

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Media: Original Oil on Canvas

Format: Framed Box Canvas

Image size: 39 x 20″

Signed: Yes, by the artist Antonio Russo

Condition: Excellent

Known for his vibrant abstract expressionist works and deeply influenced by his background in music, Antonio Russo’s work is characterised by a dynamic and emotional use of colour and form. Growing up in Italy, Russo was heavily involved in music, drumming in bands, and eventually working as a music producer with notable artists such as Pink and Kanye West.

Antonio describes his work as abstract expressionism, expressing his mood and emotions through the very act of applying the paint to the canvas in response to pieces of music, translating the rhythm and energy into visual form. “Cadbury’s Carnival” showcases his vibrant and dynamic abstract expressionist style.

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Antonio’s vibrant abstract expressionist works come from the creative mind of a truly liberated artist who works on the principle that “Imagination is more important than knowledge; knowledge is limited, imagination is endless.” Antonio grew up listening to music and drumming in bands, always knowing that music would be a huge part of his future. He has enjoyed a successful career as a music producer working with many of the biggest names in the industry, from Pink to Kanye West. His love affair with art also began early on in his life. Both music and art have combined into artwork of great visual power and emotional impact. Antonio describes his work as abstract expressionism, expressing his mood and emotions through the very act of applying the paint to the canvas in response to pieces of music. His influences and inspirations range from classic rock to modern day rap. A recent collection was an emotional project painted to the music of the late David Bowie. Antonio’s work has been shown at galleries all over the world, most recently at the 'Catania' in Arte Sicily, Miami 'Art Spectrum' and 'The Louvre' in Paris. His work has also been featured at the first ever art exhibition in the stunning, newly renovated Gustave Eiffel Room at the Eiffel Tower.His status in the USA has long been established but since his UK debut he has been named 'Best New Artist 2014' & 'Best Selling Published Artist 2016' by the Fine Art Trade Guild. He also won 'The Effetto Arte' Award 2014, the Leone Dei Dogi Award 2015 by the Venice Biennale, and most recently, the International Prize Caravaggio 'Great Master of Art' 2018 award in Milan.

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