The art of Lorenzo is distinguished by his masterful impasto technique, his eye for warm, clashing colors, and the sure strokes of his brush that do not conceal their tracks. The practice of one’s art should be the reward in itself; his paintings exude a kind of exuberance in their making that must have been solace for the artist at a time when modernism was a form of rebellion. Lorenzo’s works have outlived him and will outlive the various subjects and sceneries they have portrayed.