"Inquietudine" by Squillantini Remo
"Inquietudine" by Remo Squillantini.
- Year: 1988
- Dimensions: 70x50 cm
- Print run: 79/125
- Dry stamp by Prospettive d'arte
After working as an illustrator for important Italian and foreign publishers, Remo Squillantini dedicated himself exclusively to painting from 1970.
Exhibited in important public and private galleries, Squillantini's works are characterized by expressionist irony, and recall contexts dear to the Impressionists, Cézanne and the German Expressionists of the Neue Sachlichkeit.
The "Associazione AmicidiSean"—FriendsofSean Association—was founded to support Sean Hadfield and other people with his condition. Sean is a 24-year-old man who, at the age of 9, suffered an irreversible spinal cord injury, leaving him in a wheelchair. Due to the injury, he needs 24-hour care, which carries a high financial cost.
The objective of the association is to offer people with disabilities the highest quality of life possible with all the necessary care needed. The FriendsofSean Association also commits itself to giving a percentage of its funds raised to the Hospital Nacional de Paraplejicos de Toledo in Spain.