Italian artist Paolo Vignati paints Post-Impressionistic landscapes with an existentialist penchant. Vignati’s depictions bear a resemblance to the agricultural flatlands of central northern Italy, yet shirk from clear definition. They represent worlds half seen, half imagined where people and places have no identity. Through thick gestural brush strokes and a palette dominated by ochres, yellows, oranges, and blues, Vignati creates fleeting impressions. Although mostly deserted, if not for indistinct figures seen at a distance or from behind, the scenes carry anticipation for what is to come next. In this, Vignati has successfully created the illusion of the film stills he so admired as a child. His work is an invitation to introspection into one’s own memories and experiences, while at the same time attempting to form connections with the outer world and draw meaning from it.