Daniel Senise

Brazil, 1955


Senise's paintings therefore establish a direct relationship with the history of art, with the universe of images and the way it is perceived. Incorporating into the canvas the roughness of the floor, everyday objects, iron dust, lead objects or fabrics such as voile, some works present densely worked surfaces while others have almost ethereal layers of paint.

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