(from fifties to 1972)

Even if most of them are structured inside breathing landscape borders, this group
of pictures by Vincenzo Balsamo is not consumed in the naturalistic articulations which,
we know, are virtuously typical of the traditional landscape. Balsamo's painting, more than
celebrating visible appearances - even if it comes out of a direct experience of natural
reality - is made absolutely concrete in those regions of composition which want
to remove all naturalistic correlation of principal substance. [...]

Carlo Giacomozzi
(by: E. Crispolti, Vincenzo Balsamo, monography, 1992, p. 50, ed G. Corbelli)

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The red house
(Il casolare rosso)
Winter landscape
(Paesaggio d' inverno)

Girl portrait
(Ritratto di ragazza)
Monte Calvo Irpino  

(Natura morta)

Still-life with red kettle
(Natura morta con bricco rosso)

Tuscany landscape
(Paesaggio toscano)

Romance in the wood
(Idilio nel bosco)
Lazio landscape
(Paesaggio laziale)

Landscape: Tuscany hills
(Paesaggio: colline toscane)
(Natura morta) 

Landscape to the dusk
(Paesaggio all' imbrunire)
In the environs of Velletri
(Nei dintorni di Velletri)

Umbria landscape
(Paesaggio Umbro)
Hills around Fiuggi
(Colline intorno a Fiuggi)

The my work's table
(Il mio tavolo di lavoro)
Cortina d' Ampezzo  

Snow to the dawn
(Neve all' alba)
Flowers and fruit
(Fiori e frutta)

Still-life with red cup
(Natura morta con tazzina rossa)
Autumn Landscape
(Paesaggio d' autunno)

Night-time to the Castles
(Notturno ai Castelli)
Houses in the wood
(Case nel bosco)

The red flower
(Il fiore rosso)

Still-life with fig trees
(Natura morta con fichi)
Homage to de Chirico
(Omaggio a de Chirico)

Still-life with red apples
(Natura morta con mele rosse)
Irpinia landscape
(Paesaggio Irpino)

Red roofs
(Tetti rossi)
Cultivated fields
(Campi coltivati)

Emiliane hills
(Colline emiliane)
Autumn wood
(Bosco d' autunno)

Decomposed landscape
(Paesaggio scomposto)



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