Social networking sites witnessed a wave of controversy regarding an imaginary image of Satan, which was widely circulated, as the drawing matched the features of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, and attributed the painting, according to its dealers, to the Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo and claimed that he painted it thirty years ago.
This is how the Italian painter Giovanni Jasper imagined the devil in his famous painting he painted in 1981!!
I seek refuge with Allah from the accursed Satan pic.twitter.com/PDBlFAiVcc
— Atef Atef (@atefsokni) July 22, 2021
Activists stated that this picture was drawn by the Italian painter Bruno Amadeo, known as Giovanni Bragolin in 1981, and its title is “Saint Michael defeats Satan.”
A portrait of the Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo, drawn thirty years ago, depicting the incarnation of Satan.
It was as if his imagination and inspiration were expecting the same Satan who committed the most heinous crimes.
This artist deserves the Nobel Prize for Creativity and Inspiration (a prize not included in the Nobel program) pic.twitter.com/tjeDFWqhNT
— Abbas Al Dhalei (@abbasaldhaleai) July 22, 2021
Giovanni Bragolin described his painting as not seeing the devil in his body.
– Shaheen Al-Sulaiti (@shaheensulaiti) July 21, 2021
The picture of Mohamed bin Zayed, real or fake
And the most amazing similarity between Giovanni’s drawing and the features of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the actual ruler of the Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, caused a wide wave of controversy on the communication sites.
A painting painted 30 years ago by the Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo entitled (Saint Michael defeats Satan)
You notice the strange coincidence in the picture in terms of the similarity between Saint Michael and the actor Paul Bettany, who played the role of Michael in the movie The Legion
Don’t forget to say (Glory be to God) pic.twitter.com/sBXOGPPfIB
— 🦅 @_𝗙𝗔𝗟𝗖𝗢𝗡_𝟬𝟭🇴🇲 Al-Shaheen (@_FALCON_01) July 22, 2021
The UAE is protesting the publication of a painting by the Italian painter Giovanni Bragolin, who died in 1981, entitled Saint Michael defeats the Devil. N, because the devil in the painting looks exactly like Mohammed bin Zayed, and despite their knowledge that the painting was painted before the birth of the devil of the Emirates, but the painter imagined the devil with the same features, Glory be to God pic.twitter.com/MP99MlTvNH
— Shri Awatef 🇱🇾 🇵🇸 (@Awateff70) July 22, 2021
Where some objected to the comparison of Adam to the devil, while others mocked the terrible resemblance, recalling the famous title of Ibn Zayed, “The Devil of the Arabs”, which he deserved for his diabolical schemes in the region.
The image of the devil in the imagination of the Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo
The painting is an old one, drawn thirty years ago, to depict Satan.
He did a lot….
With sincere apologies to Satan pic.twitter.com/un9MBuUoem
— Mahmoud Maghribi (@mahmoodalmaghr1) July 22, 2021
#painter Italian Giovanni Gasparo painted the Devil’s painting thirty years ago. And yesterday some Italian newspapers republished it with the face of the real devil, Mohammed bin Zayed pic.twitter.com/Ah329kZaYx
– Al-Aroumi is bitchy (@oSIbyK0uJBwhkva) July 22, 2021
While some believed that the image was fabricated and intended to ridicule Ibn Zayed, it turned out that it had been published since 2018 on an account in the name of Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo on the famous photo site Instagram.
Some accounts reported the news of the UAE’s strong objection to the drawing, due to the great similarity between the decreed devil and Mohammed bin Zayed.
The UAE protested the publication of a painting by Italian painter Bruno Amadeo (1911-1981)
Known as Giovanni Bragolin
and its title
Saint Michael defeats Satan
The painter was described as not seeing the devil in his body
The UAE explained its objection to the existence of a similarity between the image and the image of the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi (Mohammed bin Zayed).#same_similarity pic.twitter.com/Fdi8Mf84jp
— Samira Kobeissi (@samira_kobeissi) July 22, 2021
The preacher Saeed bin Nasser Al-Ghamdi said in his tweet, commenting on the image, confirming its authenticity: “This painting, which is said to have angered the devil of the Arabs, I searched for and I thought it was fabricated. Until I found it in an account in the name of the Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo in Instagram.”
This painting, which is said to have provoked anger #demon_arab
I looked for it and thought it was fake.
Until I found it in an account in the name of the Italian painter Giovanni Gasparo in Instagram, and this is https://t.co/HHBFBsPcL2
* If it is said that there is inspiration in the arts, this is clear proof. pic.twitter.com/saqo7sKUlq
— Saeed bin Nasser Al-Ghamdi (@saiedibnnasser) July 22, 2021
Yemeni activist Adel Al-Hassani said: “The UAE objects to the publication in Italian newspapers of a picture of the Italian painter Bruno Amadi, known as (Giovanni Bragolin); Its title is Saint Michael defeating Satan. The UAE justified its objection by the presence of a semi-deliberate image of Mohammed bin Zayed, the actual ruler of the Emirates.
The UAE objects to the publication in Italian newspapers of a picture of the Italian painter Bruno Amadi, known as (Giovanni Bragolin). Its title is Saint Michael defeating Satan. The UAE justified its objection by the presence of a premeditated image of Mohammed bin Zayed, the de facto ruler of the Emirates. pic.twitter.com/rUZ2unFzhM
— Adel Al-Hasani (@Adelalhasanii) July 22, 2021
Others pointed out that this information is wrong and said that Giovanni was born in 1983, which is a lie that she was painted 30 years ago.
Read also: David Hearst: Mohammed bin Salman began to resent being seen as a disciple of Mohammed bin Zayed
But Egyptian YouTuber Abdullah Al-Sharif said that she was painted in 2018.
An Italian painter named Giovanni Gasparo drew an imaginary picture of the angel and the devil in 2018, and glory be to God, the devil of Italy came out, a copy of the devil of the Arabs 😅
Source: Giovanni’s page https://t.co/NXe6sFPAqJ pic.twitter.com/G5VCbWwDwq
— Abdullah Al-Sharif (@AbdullahElshrif) July 21, 2021
Watan was unable to verify the authenticity of the image, which was widely circulated on social media
Who is Giovanni Gasparo?
According to art sites, Giovanni Gasparo was born in Bari in 1983.
He lives and works in the same city county as Adelphia.
Graduated in Cultural Heritage and Conservation at the “Giuseppe de Nites” School of Art in the capital, Apulian, in 2002.
Giovanni continued his studies in painting with Professor Giuseppe Modica at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, graduating with honors, thesis in Art History at Van Dyck’s Roman residence.
In 1997 he won the Bona Sforza Prize, Queen of Poland and Duchess of Bari, for a graphic work.
This research shows that there is no information about the Italian painter on the famous Wikipedia site.
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