An Uncanny Discovery in Italy - Ford Smith Fine Art

An Uncanny Discovery in Italy

by Cristi Smith May 20, 2019

An Uncanny Discovery in Italy

Ford spent the first couple of weeks in May roaming Italy's Tuscan landscape and Amalfi Coast and spied his own original inspiration of tree lines. He lived in Italy as a child so it’s very likely those early memories emerged decades later in his art.

Opposing Passions by Ford Smith

"Opposing Passions" by Ford Smith is an original painting by Ford that he created in 2019, but clearly an uncanny example.  



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