Product name: The Bohemian
Size: 37,5×16,5×18,5 cm
Pascale and Dominique loaded the car with fruit, books, brushes, tubes of oil paint, canvases and an old easel. They went out without any specific direction with the sole desire to find a beautiful landscape to contemplate and to reproduce as a painting.
In the back seat, ‘Aramis’, the dog, jumped for joy on the tubes of oil paint, spraying paint in a ‘happening’ of colors. From the left front wheel came a strange noise, the suspension was in a sorry state, the car paint, rusted and cracked, was a pale reminder of the original color.
The body had suffered over time and had a few good dents, but the engine … ah the engine, with its characteristic musical purr, a feast for the ears, something sublime, magical! What else could we ask? Total happiness!
Guillermo Forchino Story
The artist Guillermo Forchino (1952) was born in Rosario Argentina and lives in Paris France with his wife Monica. His artworks find acclaim worldwide through a collaboration with VMM in the Netherlands with whom Mr. Forchino signed an exclusive agreement to have replicas of his collection created in the same great detail as the original works, in numbered & limited editions, under his personal supervision. The collection named “The Comic Art of Guillermo Forchino”. With the development of the replicas of Guillermo’s art, his designs have become available to art lovers in many countries. On this page Guillermo Forchino you will find pictures of all his creations, which can now be found in various shops in many countries worldwide.
Guillermo Forchino new pieces
Mr. Forchino unveil his new designs twice every year, always surprising the many fans that collect the Forchino artworks. Therefore we invite you to take a look! The artwork of Guillermo Forchino is reproduced in various sizes. However some in the same size as the original, some at 75%, and others at 50%. And most importantly If you cannot find a specific design in your area or in our website, we invite you to contact us. Maybe we can help.