About the piece
In classic Savoia style, “Adoremus” presents the holy family and a shepherd quietly adoring the new Christ child. The child is portrayed in a manger which offers an insight into His humble beginnings. In the distance stands the Manti, UT temple which symbolizes the celestial glory that Christ will attain. The word “Adoremus” is ancient Latin and means, “we adore.” The painting is a commemoration of what it means to adore the Christ child and celebrate the life that will bring mankind back to the House of the Lord. The size of the painting is: 32x24 inches, oil on wood.
About Paola Savoia
Paola Maria Savoia was born in Genoa (Italy) in 1960 and directly descends from the illegitimate branch of the noble and ancient Savoia family, which used to be the former Royal Family of Italy (until 1946). Since the age of nine she clearly showed her love for the arts and started to paint and attract the attention of some important critics. She held her first art exhibition at the age of 10. She attended the Institute of fine Arts in Genoa, letting her artistic passion grow and lead her through a path made of prizes and achievements she consistently received (Premio Città di Mare, Camera di Commercio, Manifestazione Prà-Lido, Premio Città di Pegli).