Sandra Milo – Signed Artwork created by Mercury

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Take home this exclusive Pop-style artwork – only one in the world – made in digital technique, printed on card, decorated and personalized by hand by the artist Mercury.

The work, depicting Sandra Milo, was enriched by the singer’s signature.

Mercury, a pseudonym used by the talented artist to protect the real idenity, is famous and esteemed both in Italy and all over the world as his works are displayed in a number of private collections. His favourite subjects include celebrities of the world of music and cinema, often depicted in distinctive shades of blue. On the 25th of September, 2021, Mercury’s works were on display in Italy for the first time in his career in a public and collective exhibition in which actress Sandra Milo was honorary godmother. The artist tends to donate his works for charity.

Author: Mercury

Number: 3 of 3   Date: 2021

Signature: Sandra Milo on the front and Artist’s signature on the back.

Dimensions: 21 Cm x 29,7 Cm (Appr.)

Date and Place of Signing: September 25, 2021 in Gaiarine, TV (Italy)

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Sandra Milo (born Salvatrice Elena Greco; 11 March 1933 – 29 January 2024) was an Italian actress, television personality, author, and musician. She won a Nastro d’Argento for Best Supporting Actress for each of her roles in Federico Fellini’s 8½ and Juliet of the Spirits.
Life and career
Milo made her film debut in 1955 alongside Alberto Sordi in The Bachelor. Her first major role came in 1959 thanks to the producer Moris Ergas, in General della Rovere, directed by Roberto Rossellini. She also appeared in his film, Vanina Vanini, but Rossellini’s career was cut short after the film received harsh criticism at the Venice Festival. After she got married, she retired from her acting career. Until discovered by Fellini, Milo had mostly performed in comedies and melodramas. Although she was reluctant to make a comeback, Fellini convinced her to take on the role of the sexy, lightheaded mistress opposite Marcello Mastroianni in 8½. The movie, which won universal acclaim, failed to change the public perception of her and although she was cast in Juliet of the Spirits, most of her following endeavors were second-rate films. In the mid-1960s, Milo was hostess of a television program in Rome. Milo retired again from acting in 1968, only to make a second comeback in 1979, with her roles shifting from that of the temptress to more stern middle-aged women. In 2006–2007 she toured Italy with the theatrical adaptation of 8 Women. Milo married Moris Ergas with whom she had a daughter Deborah, and later married Ottavio De Lollis with whom she had two children, Ciro and Azzurra. She was Roman Catholic. Milo died on 29 January 2024, at the age of 90.

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