[Art movement] - Pittura Colta Pittura Colta was a movement in painting that flourished from the 1980s, in which artists imitate certain features of the figure style of the Old Masters in an ironic way that is considered characteristic of Postmodernism. The name was coined by the Italian critic Italo Mussa, who published a book entitled La Pittura colta in 1983, and the movement is associated mainly with Italy.
“When I travel, I try to see as much as art as can. I see more when I travel than when I’m at home in London, as that’s devoted to family time. I love time spending time with my family and doing really normal things, like cooking on the weekend, puttering around. I meditate every day." _ Westphal