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by Enrico Garff
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Purchase a tote bag featuring the painting "Cycladic Tune" by Enrico Garff. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
An ancient Greek sculpture from the Cycladic Age playing a double flute with a mythological entity emerging from a green lake with red mountains and... more
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An ancient Greek sculpture from the Cycladic Age playing a double flute with a mythological entity emerging from a green lake with red mountains and a green sky in the background. The contemporary art master painter Enrico Garff. The Gripenberg Art Collection Museum in Helsinki owns the Masterpiece artwork painting.
Biography The Contemporary Art Master Painter Enrico Garff was born in Rome, Italy in 1939 as a true figlio d'arte. His father, Emilio Boffi, was an opera singer whose career, however, was impaired by his nervous disposition. His mother, Gertrud Garff, the daughter of a Swedish pharmacist, had arrived in Rome to study lyrical singing. She had already managed to perform with the "King of Baritones", Mattia Battistini but her career too ended in tragedy as she lost her fine operatic voice virtually overnight. Enrico Garff, an autodidact, started drawing at the age of six. From the very beginning, he always regarded himself as a painter. "I have continued to paint and draw throughout my life. A picture should be a living entity and children...
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