Salvador Di Quinzio: Fledermaus Cafe


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Salvador Di Quinzio 

Fledermaus Cafe

Acrylic on Belgian Linen

11 7/8" X 9 7/8" X 1 7/8" (framed)


Partially inspired by the Weimar Republic in the 1920s and also inspired by the best-selling book "The Voluptuous Panic" by Mel Gordon which describes, in great detail, the nightlife and the social and cultural environment of Berlin Germany at the time. Salvador Di Quinzio infuses his interest for the human figure and the use of symbolic structures in his original acrylic paintings to create a pictorial bridge that is imbued in his subconscious world and the physical environment that surrounds him.