In Davanzo’s modus operandi often a single idea develops into a theme. It expands itself, defining autonomously its own leit motives. They are varied and widened, offered in their most flattering nuances. The original idea then swells to its utmost and, finally exhausted, it blows up. It is a definite resolution. Therefore Davanzo’s works, which follow a common vein until it is exhausted, can mainly be contextualized in groups. But, once he has finished with a vein of inspiration, sometimes the painter has already found in its ashes the beginning of several new ones. Sometimes he would rather wait before letting them catch his instinct and his paint-brush.