(Rosa), 2000. Oil on wood. 180 x 120 cm

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Artist's Description

In the wood titled Rose, anecdotally the real name of the model, the petalless rose represents not only femininity and lost innocence, but also responds to a well- known phrase by poet Federico Garcia Lorca, “Youth is a rose that dies.” The plant which appears in the right background, popularly known as Adam’s Rib, symbolises the masculine.

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  • TiagoFinato
  • Jean M. Laffitau
  • DesignBakery
  • tim norman
  • Tania Palermo
  • Farfarm
  • PauloNuno
  • Robyn Bradshaw
  • Kensoi
  • DonDavisUK
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