Parque do Ibirapuera (Ibirapuera Park), original art by Fer Caggiano.
This medium size oil painting - 20x20" - is part of the Saudade series, featuring the Brazilian nature, with its gorgeous locations and unique animals.
Original Art developed on a heavy impasto technique. Black floater frame. Ready to hang!
Ibirapuera Park (Portuguese: Parque Ibirapuera) is an urban park in São Paulo. It comprises 158 hectares, and is the most visited park in South America, with 14.4 million visits in 2017.
Ibirapuera Park was the first metropolitan park in São Paulo, designed along the lines of other great English landscape gardens built in the 20th century in major cities around the globe, but inspired on modern drafts from the landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. It was inaugurated on 21 August 1954 for the 400th anniversary of the city of São Paulo with buildings designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer and landscape by agronomist Otávio Augusto Teixeira Mendes.
BRAZIL ART - SAUDADE
10% goes towards a Reforestation Project in Brazil
"Saudade" is a show inspired by the artist’s home country: Brazil. For this show, Fer has decided to share the beauty of Brazil in all its bold colors and vibrant energy. The art was displayed in September 2019, at the Lowcountry Artists Gallery.
The word “Saudade” is a unique Portuguese word with no direct translation in any other language. In Portuguese, it’s translated as the feeling of missing or longing for something one is fond of.
gallery wrap canvas
black floater, ready to hang