Original artwork by Victor Frank
100 x 100 cm
Oil on canvas
Victor Frank was born in Sicily.
He studied architecture but he abandoned his studies after a few years to devote exclusively to pictorial research and sculpture. He is a member of the Anglo-Italian Academy of Art where he met artists such as Tom Nash, Mario Schifano and Antonio Pacitti.
He has received several official awards for his work during the years and has been in curated group exhibitions, competitions and solo shows. Frank exhibited at the London Art Biennale, with 130 artists selected from 40 nations, the Lord Leighton Museum in London and the Monaco Centre de Rencontre among others. His paintings are inspired by the facts and problems, the tragic daily life that assists and afflicts young people (war, misery, hunger, violence, injustice, humiliation and drugs), and even nature and Mediterranean landscapes that contrast to the hard contemporary reality.
Victor Frank's works are in private collections in Italy and all over the world.