"Romanticism" is a particular work that breaks with the dynamics of excesses in color, volume and shapes present in the rest of the series. I have precisely wanted to look for the strength and intensity of the work in the technical simplicity of the composition. The evocation of the Romanticism artistic movement without many melancholic charges but capable of exalting the individual exoticism of the protagonist and the mystery of her emotions, as well as expressing an imperfect and deliberately unfinished creative freedom.

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