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The first vintage Romero Britto painting is now available for sale! 

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A GIRL – The oil pastel on Newspaper is a true collector’s item, painted in 1987, and holds historical significance as the first artwork created by Britto after arriving in Miami. As an art collector and lover of Romero Britto’s work, I am thrilled to offer a rare and unique opportunity to acquire his very first painting, created upon his arrival in Miami in 1987. This vintage piece is an oil pastel on newspaper, measuring 13 x 10 inches and hand-signed by Britto himself in the lower right corner. The painting depicts a beautiful young lady and is framed at a height of 18 inches and a width of 15 inches.

But what truly sets this painting apart is its historical significance.

Britto painted this portrait on the pages of the Florida Review, the first newspaper in Florida written in Portuguese, when he couldn’t afford canvases. As the publisher of the newspaper at the time, I had the honor of being the recipient of this painting as a gesture of gratitude for welcoming Britto to America.

The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity from Britto Central, as well as many letters and photos from that time, further attesting to its unique historical value. And if you have any questions or concerns about the piece, Britto himself is available to provide all necessary details and information personally.

Not only is this an incredible opportunity to own a one-of-a-kind piece of art, but it’s also an excellent investment for collectors. The painting was acquired directly from the artist during the first week of his arrival in Miami, making it a truly significant piece of art history.

A GIRL – Oil pastel on Newspaper – Original – Year: 1987
Size: 13 x 10
Framed height 18 inches
Framed width: 15 Inches

The asking price for this artwork is US$600,000.00 (six hundred thousand dollars). If you are interested in making an offer for this stunning piece, please contact Marcelo Netto at (305) 496-6504 in Miami, FL, or Chico Moura at +55 (21) 9 9599-6584 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, or +1 (305) 990-6835 in Miami, FL USA, or via email at chicomoura@gmail.com.

Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to own a piece of Romero Britto’s artistic legacy.

Romero Britto: The Official Film On A Modern Day Picasso – The Britto Doc Sizzle Reel

More about Romero Britto:

Romero Britto Sets New Record With Million Dollar Artwork Sold, “The First Supper”
Click to read the original article: https://www.prweb.com/releases/romero_britto_sets_new_record_with_million_dollar_artwork_sold_the_first_supper/prweb17881898.htm 

Romero Britto is a contemporary creative legend, hailed as the king of the Happy Art movement and recognized as one of the most critically and commercially successful living artists. He has held over 300 exhibitions, with over 60 public art installations around the world, and his art is displayed in 24 permanent museum collections. His impressive portfolio includes artwork created for the Super Bowl, the World Cup, and numerous other significant cultural events. You have to check it out!

In this video, which is in Portuguese, journalist Chico Moura is featured on a TV program called “Café com Chico,” where he talks about the history of Romero Britto’s arrival in Miami.

This Romero Britto painting, titled “The Girl,” represents an outstanding investment opportunity for art collectors. If you have any questions or doubts about the purchase, please feel free to contact Chico Moura by phone at (305) 990 6835 or 55 (21) 9 9599 6584 or by email at chicomoura@gmail.com.

This is a 43-second compilation featuring pictures of various works by Romero Britto. The video was created by BrittoTV.

Other paintings by Romero Britto in the same style are also available for sale. However, “A GIRL” – Oil pastel on Newspaper is particularly rare, being the first of its kind.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/2555592088988

The painting comes with a certificate of authenticity from Britto Central, as well as many letters and photos from that time, further attesting to its unique historical value. And if you have any questions or concerns about the piece, Britto himself is available to provide all necessary details and information personally.

Romero Britto Biography

Romero Britto is a Brazilian artist who is well-known for his vibrant, colorful, and optimistic artworks. He was born in Recife, Brazil, in 1963 and began his career as an artist at a young age, working as an apprentice in a porcelain factory.

Britto’s art is characterized by its bold use of color, playful imagery, and clean lines. His works often feature simple, almost childlike shapes and figures, which he combines with bright colors and patterns to create cheerful and uplifting compositions.

Over the years, Britto has gained a significant following in the art world and beyond, with his works being exhibited in galleries and museums all over the world, including the Louvre in Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro. He has also collaborated with several high-profile brands, such as Coca-Cola, BMW, and Disney.

In terms of the value of his art on the international market, Britto’s works are highly sought after by collectors, with some of his pieces selling for millions of dollars. His popularity and commercial success have led some critics to question whether his art is truly deserving of the attention it receives, with some labeling it as “kitsch” or “pop art lite.”

However, Britto’s supporters argue that his art’s accessibility and positivity are precisely what makes it so appealing and valuable, with his works providing a much-needed antidote to the negativity and darkness that can sometimes pervade the contemporary art world. Overall, whether you love or loathe his style, it’s hard to deny that Britto’s art has made a significant impact on the art world and beyond, with his bold and bright works continuing to bring joy and happiness to people all over the world.

In that picture, Romero Britto and Chico Moura are in Miami, Florida, in 1987 when Britto arrived there.

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