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Lorenzo

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Yellow Blouse Yellow Blouse
oil on canvas Custom framed

Figure Study #624 Figure Study #624
Charcoal on faux aged paper, Custom framed and matted

Marie Antionette Queen of France Marie Antionette Queen of France
Conte, Charcoal, Goauche and oil on canvas - Custom framed by the artist

 Ballerina Ballerina
Conte Crayon heightened with white chalk, Custom framed and matted

Yes? Yes?
Conte, Charcoal, Goauche and oil on canvas - Custom framed by the artist

#1136 Figure Study #1136
Conte, Charcoal, Goauche and oil on canvas - Custom framed by the artist

#1134 Figure Study #1134
Conte, Charcoal, Goauche and oil on canvas - Custom framed by the artist

#1135 Figure Study #1135
Conte, Charcoal, Goauche and oil on canvas - Custom framed by the artist

case study 1132 Figure Study #1132
Black Charcoal highlighted with white chalk - Custom framed by the artist

#1133 Figure Study #1133 -
Conte, Charcoal, Goauche and oil on canvas - Custom framed by the artist

Case Study 1089 Figure Study #1089
Original Charcoal - Custom framed by the artist

Figure Study 1131 Figure Study #1131
Original Conte Crayon - Custom framed by the artist
Jessica Jessica

Original oil on canvas

Figure Study #542 Figure Study #541

Original conte with white chalk on faux cream aged paper

Figure Study #542 Figure Study #542

Original conte with white chalk on faux cream aged paper

The Rose The Rose

Oil on canvas

Back Study Back Study

Oil on canvas

Figure Study #414 Figure Study #414

Black charcoal on faux aged paper

Figure Study #502 Figure Study #502

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Figure Study #503 Figure Study #503

Black charcoal on faux aged paper

Figure Study #506 Figure Study #506

Black charcoal on faux aged paper

Figure Study #464 Figure Study #464

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Figure Study #467 Figure Study #467

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Figure Study #440 Figure Study #440

Black charcoal on faux aged paper

Figure Study #490 Figure Study #490

Black charcoal on faux aged paper

Figure Study #528 Figure Study #528

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Figure Study #462 Figure Study #462

Conte crayon on faux aged paper

Resting Leda Resting Leda

Oil on canvas
Sale pending

Figure Study #199 Figure Study #199

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Figure Study #28 Figure Study #28

Black and white charcoal on tinted paper

Figure Study #341 Figure Study #341

Conte crayon and black charcoal on tinted paper

Figure Study #398 Figure Study #398

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Figure Study #172 Figure Study #172

Conte crayon on tinted paper

Giovanna Giovanna

Oil on canvas
sold

Figure Study #409 Figure Study #409

Conte crayon on tinted paper
sold

Figure Study #14 Figure Study #14

Conte crayon on faux aged paper
sold

Figure Study #20 Figure Study #20

Conte crayon on tinted paper
sold

Figure Study #299 Figure Study #299

Black charcoal on faux aged paper
sold

Figure Study #31 Figure Study #31

Conte crayon on tinted paper
sold

Figure Study #109 Figure Study #109

Conte crayon on tinted paper
sold

About Lorenzo ~

Lorenzo

Drawing and painting have been the artist's only passions since he was very young. Raised behind the "iron curtain" in Bucharest, Romania, Lorenzo didn't spend much time playing as child. While his parents' conservative views kept him away from the unpleasant political realities of the world around him, he found that studying the Old Masters was the most joyful way to escape from the contemporary upside-down world into which he was born.

In his early twenties, Lorenzo began his career in fine art by restoring the masterworks in Europe's old cathedrals. From assisting on scaffolding through all the elaborate phases of fresco technique, Lorenzo's own "agony and ecstasy" stands for posterity on many ceilings and domes of Romanian Orthodox cathedrals. He used the traditional old-Byzantine style as well as the more modern Western influences, being fascinated especially by the glorious accomplishments of the artists of the Italian Renaissance and Baroque.

Without following a traditional institutional path, Lorenzo continued to study the classics — from the Greeks to the Romans, from the Italians to the French and the Dutch. The freedom of visiting the world's most famous art museums was no longer a dream. The opulence of Versailles and the incredible treasures of the Louvre converged with Lorenzo's deep affection for the art of the "eternal city," Rome.

In 1986, Lorenzo moved from Rome to the United States. His elaborate background in painting and drawing has given him the strength to work his way up in artists' society. Working with art consultants, he successfully created numerous fine art commissions for corporate and private clients. From the collections of the National Museum of Catholic Art in the Rockefeller Center in New York, to corporate collections such as that of Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, Lorenzo's work is increasingly appreciated worldwide.