In Gianbecchina's painterly work around the end of the 1950s, this mental composure is left out and he moves toward the interesting and forthcoming abstract experience.

Adragna, a rise above Sambuca where the view and breath of the Mediterranean reaches. Here Gianbecchina, attends to the Landscape front, everything is enriched with its own geometry and an undulatory oscillation governs everything. The scene is overwhelmed by a necessary harmony, color is the primary engine, the sign exerts an undisputed revelatory function. A Landscape declares its own authenticity. Here is the vibrant narrative of works like "La Serra"(1957) or agile watercolors like "Galli" (1955) the happy achievement of "Grano" (1957).


Archivio Gianbecchina
Via Cavour, 106, Palermo, Italy
Tel. +39 333 355 6614 - +39 346 221 4377