Cinzia was born in Milan in 1963. Years later, she fled to the countryside not far from the sea, to paint immersed in wonderful landscapes. You can find the colours of the Italian landscapes in all her artwork, whether in her watercolours, pastels, or digital paintings. Author and illustrator, for tv animation series and books Her illustrations appear in advertising, magazines, book, newspapers and animation. She was several times awarded by the Annual of Italian Illustration. Nature and Art, are the best inspirer of his naturalistic illustrated books. After starting her career as an illustrator, she moved her interests to be aligned more with arts. Cinzia specializes in paintings landscapes, the leitmotif is the journey. She is attracted to places made of silence and shadows, even in the graphics of the landscape and cultures. The lands are the lands of human souls that we go through in our life. "The landscape is a very old subject and used in various ways in the history of art, represents the distinctive appearance of a territory. In the paintings of Battistel, there are no simple views, but the archetypal relationship between Man and Nature and then the Earth appears. Here is represented the ancient, primordial work of the peasant and the artisan ,when he could still immerse his hands in the earth, in nature, working it with abundance and respect, aware and proud to reap the fruits of his work. Jung himself said that "work, in this technological age, leaves those who do it unsatisfied, while the possession of the earth has indeed a great psychological importance, that nothing else can replace". The gaze and the sensitive soul of the artist is detected by his decisive but controlled brushstrokes, where nature is detected in its essence and purity, where each of us can discover that remote and ancient part of ourselves. The nature, the countryside, the *landscape is represented by Battistel as a place to rediscover the ancient primitive relationship with the mother earth, rediscovering the meaning of life, where to exist, where to live in harmony, with respect, devotion and, finally, where to get lost. As a proverb of the Native Americans said, "the earth does not belong to man, it is the man who belongs to the earth."Paola Gennari. Education:Graduating in painting at the Academy of Fine Art at Milan
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