Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna in Rome Acquires Komarin for Permanent Collection

On receiving the news that one of my paintings has been acquired by this most respected museum in Rome, was needless to say quite exciting after painting these many years since I first showed my work with Maxwell Davidson in New York in the late 70’s. This museum in Rome has acquired a painting titled: ‘In Which the Baron Fallow’ 60 x 48”, which was first shown in a catalog exhibition by invitation with Robert Motherwell in Dublin.

In Which the Baron Fallow, 60 x 48”

In Which the Baron Fallow, 60 x 48”












For a painter it is quite important to be recognized thru one’s career by significant museums and art institutions. The Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna has a collection that is widely respected worldwide and includes works by Cezanne, Monet and van Gogh – as a highly respected collection of contemporary living artists. It was certainly a thrill to receive this good news and such good news keeps a painter alive and motivated and hungry to move forward with the ongoing thrust of one’s career.



Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Modern

Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Modern

Le Jardinier by Vincent van Gogh, 1889


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