In content, Morbelli seems to find the serenity and unity opposing situations; the bulk of his paintings are either extremely communal (often keeping the viewer quite at bay, closed out of the circle of characters. Notice the body language; each figure either has their backs turned to us, is looking down, or looks away from the obverse point of view). They radiate a beautiful solitude, reminiscent of another fave of mine, Carl Holsoe (my post about him HERE). As I write this, the springtime sun is making the air around me glow, and as I look at Morbelli's artwork, their contemplative nature seems to bleed into my own environment, creating a calming effect.
It's powerful stuff, from a painter that I admire.