Florian Doru Crihana

Giovanni Boccaccio wrote (1349-1352) the medieval allegory the Decameron. In Italy during the time of the Black Death, a group of seven young women and three young men flee from plague-ridden Florence to a deserted villa in the countryside of Fiesole for two weeks. To pass the evenings, each member of the party tells a story each night, except for one day per week for chores, and the holy days during which they do no work at all, resulting in ten nights of storytelling over the course of two weeks. Thus, by the end of the fortnight they have told 100 stories.

Florian Doru Crihana
Florian Doru Crihanahttp://www.floriandorucrihana.com/
He is a Romanian artist. He is among the most appreciated European satirical illustrators. He has won over seventy international awards; his works are housed in the Goslar Museum of Modern Art. The decisive factor in her career is the meeting with the German journalist, collector and publisher Dieter Burkamp, which allows the insertion of ten works in the collection of the Goslar Museum of Modern Art.

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