Ceramics From Paintings

Alessandra Romani interprets objects appearing in paintings from famous artists, turning them into beautiful ceramic sculptures. Everyday objects come to life out of the canvas. Vases, cups, jugs , bowls, bottles, and other ceramic sculptures are ingeniously carved and glazed, calling out to the original work of art.


“Jarra Viva”

Sculpture: Ceramic on Ceramic. This piece was created by Alessandra Romani for the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, inspired by the painting “Natureza viva dos objectos – 1913” from Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso. In this interpretation of the masterpiece, Alessandra carries one of the painting's central elements, to the world of objects, giving it a different life. Produced in stoneware, by artisanal methods, this piece was glazed by hand, ensuring a unique finish to every single one of the 25 copies in the series. Certificate of authenticity included.