Juliet death watercolor Alex Righetto framed scaled uai

The Killing of Juliet’s Ego

About this artwork

Dimensions 2 × 28 × 22 in



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Painting size

16 x 24 in (40.64 x 60.96 cm)



Equipped with UV Museum Glass, Framed


Gold leaf Frame

Exhibition History

Art Basel Miami 2021


The painting beautifully captures the pivotal moment when Juliet silences her own selfishness.
Through this symbolic act, she breaks free from the chains of conventions and societal expectations and, at the same time, distances herself from the selfishness characteristic of youth.
By making this gesture, Juliet is finally free to love, marking the culmination of her metamorphosis.

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