Original Oil on Canvas
Passage Chambord h29" w23"
Galerie Rodin h30" w30"
Rue Sophie h14" w18"
Carnival of Venice h29" w23"
Divari was born in Santiago, Chile in 1980. Divari began drawing when he was ten years old. His father took him on vacation throughout Europe when he was 16 where he fell in love with the historic cafes and streets of Paris. He was attracted by the romantic atmosphere in every corner of the "City of Lights" and the bohemian style of life. This city was the home of many Chilean personalities, such as The Nobel Prize winner Poet Pablo Neruda, Garcia Huidobro and the Great Surrealistic Artist Roberto Matta. All this motivated Divari to use his talent to start painting the Parisian Cafes and street scenes that at some point were the homes of these Chilean personalities.
Recently Divari has traveled extensively to Europe and Venice "La Serenissima" and became very inspired by The Queen of the Adriatic Sea.
His work has been acquired by many international clients because of his unique vision and rendering of these unconquerable cities.
2000 at Salon Regional of Art for young talent in Santiago, Chile
2001 at Salon de Artes in Valdivia, Chile