Federico Lombardo (Castellammare di Stabia, 1970) is a figurative painter.
Graduated in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples with the master Augusto Perez, Lombardo then concentrated his work on the art of painting. Its production focuses on meticulous research of the representation of the human emotional charge; the instrument of his study is the body, in all its dimensions and details.
Often in his pictorial language it is possible to trace the calls of Renaissance painting, which combines with a more languid and soft component.
In many of his works the eyes are the undisputed protagonists. The intense gaze and deep strikes for the energy that creates almost a a link with the observer. The artist believes that through the face can crack the code that leads to the understanding of the concept of good and evil, or even more can convey emotion through the anatomical variations of the muscles.
As the eyes are defined the mirror of the soul, so the face becomes a map to understanding the origin of emotions.
Lombardo has exhibited in various galleries in Italy and abroad. He currently lives and works in Formia.