Artists
DODI (Donatella Bortolotti)
DODI (Donatella Bortolotti)
Milan, 1926 – Still living The daughter of the sculptor Timo Bortolotti, Dodi is an original artist in her own right. At the beginning of the 1950s she is very active at the furnace of the famous La Colonna Gallery. Directed by Renata Usiglio, La C (...)
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Diana Baylon
Diana Baylon
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Ernesto Bazzaro
Ernesto Bazzaro
Ernesto Bazzaro (Milan , 29 March 1859 , ibid, 19 maggio1937 ) Brother Leonardo the painter , studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Borghi, then follows the example of Joseph Large and disheveled art influenced by Tranquillo Cremona. Author of (...)
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Antonio Berti
San Piero a Sieve (Florence),1904; Sesto Fiorentino, 1990 Berti was a painter and sculptor. He was a pupil of Libero Andreotti at the Istituto Statale d'Arte di Firenze (Florence State Institute of Art) where he went on to teach from 1959 to 1974. He pai (...)
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Mario Bini
Mario Bini
Borgo San Lorenzo - FI, 1909; 1987 Son of Caesar, ancient family of carpenters, cabinetmakers, and Dina Chini, daughter of Pio Chini and a cousin of Galileo Chini. He studied initially in Borgo San Lorenzo and later, in 1922, he enrolled at the Professio (...)
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Timo Bortolotti
Timo Bortolotti
Darfo (Brescia), 1884; Milan, 1954 A student of Cesare Tallone and Leonardo Bistolfi of the Brera Academy in Milan, Bortolotti is also a painter. At first he is drawn to the art nouveau movement. After the First World War, he creates enormous works of ar (...)
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Rinaldo Carnielo
Rinaldo Carnielo
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Francesco Falcone
Francesco Falcone
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Odo Franceschi
Odo Franceschi
Sesto Fiorentino - FI, November 16 1879; Florence, June 3 1958 A student of Emilio Zocchi , Augusto Rivalta and Urban Lucchesi, she began studying at the Professional School of Art in Sesto Fiorentino , to continue his training at the Academy of Fine Art (...)
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Elio Galassi
Elio Galassi
Montevarchi (Arezzo), 1893; Florence, 1949 A pupil of Pietro Guerri and a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Galassi is principally the creator of portraits and busts. In the monument to the Fallen in Montevarchi in 1920 he creates the larg (...)
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Ernesto Galeffi
Ernesto Galeffi
Montevarchi (Arezzo), 1917; 1986 Also known by the nickname Chiò for his extraordinary ability to create elegant drawings in a few seconds just like the great Japanese artist Hokusai, Galeffi is an original artist. He knows writers and poets like (...)
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Valmore Gemignani
Valmore Gemignani
Carrara, 1878; Florence, 1958 A potter, decorator and painter Gemignani studies at the Academy of Fine Art in Florence under the guidance of Antonio Bortone, Augusto Rivalta and Giovanni Fattori. From 1906 to 1915 he lives in Berlin where he enjoys a cer (...)
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Quinto Ghermandi
His passion for sculpture was clear from an early age. He was also a good student, which was evident during his studies at the Liceo Artistico in Bologna, with Professor Cleto Tomba. He then went on to the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna, getting a dip (...)
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Alberto Giacomasso
Genoa, 1887; Turin, 1970 Student of Luigi Belli and creator of funeral monuments, portraits and various other works, he participates in the competition for the monument to Vincenzo Vela in Turin in 1911. At the beginning of the 1920s he creates the monum (...)
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Delio Granchi
Sesto Fiorentino, 1910; 1997 Granchi was a painter, sculptor and medal winner; he was trained in Florence by Libero Andreotti. He created Classical female nudes, portraits and commemorative monuments. He also taught Sculpture and directed several Art Ins (...)
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Pietro Guerri
Pietro Guerri
Montevarchi (Arezzo), 1865; 1936 A student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence he is a pupil of Augusto Rivalta. He continues his studies with Urbano Lucchesi and Raffaello Romanelli. He begins his career by being strongly influenced by the realist s (...)
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Bruno Innocenti
Florence, 1906; 1986. He was the favourite pupil and assistant of Libero Andreotti from 1926 onwards. Innocenti collaborated with Andreotti on the creation of "Monumento ai caduti" (Monument to the fallen) in Roncade and "Monumento alla madre italiana" ( (...)
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Mentore Maltoni
Mentore Maltoni
Ancona, 1894; 1956 Also a painter and restorer, he studied at Urbino and later was active in Milan and Rome. A prominent figure in the art scene Marches of the first half of the twentieth century, in the early twenties run the license plate to the Fallen (...)
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Michelangelo Monti
Michelangelo Monti
Milan, 1875; Turin, 1946 Initially he studies at the Brera Academy in Milan under the guidance of Francesco Barzaghi, Enrico Butti and Ernesto Bazzaro. He moves to Turin and in 1896 attends the Albertina Academy following Odoardo Tabacchi’s courses (...)
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Mario Moschi
Mario Moschi
Lastra a Signa - FI, 1896; Florence, 197 Even medalist. In 1915 he finished his studies at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence where he trained under the guidance of Domenico Trentacoste . Author of colossal works for North America initially impressi (...)
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Oreste Pizio
Oreste Pizio
Turin, 1879;1938 Painter and miniaturist unique and very rare to meet, Pizio completed his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin under the guidance of Giacomo Grosso, continued his studies in Paris with Eugène Carrière. His debut at (...)
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Firenze Poggi
Firenze Poggi
Bucine (Arezzo), 1925 – Still living He studies Humanities to then become a teacher. He attends sculpture courses at The Secondary School of Applied Industry Art of Milan held by Carlo Russo, a remarkable Sicilian smith who becomes an artist at Mar (...)
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Arturo Stagliano
Arturo Stagliano
Cuglionesi (Campobasso),1867; Turin, 1936 Medallist and painter, Stagliano studies under Domenico Morelli at the Institute of Fine Art in Naples until 1894. For several years he lives in Anacapri where he meets Leonardo Bistolfi and in 1904 decides to mo (...)
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Umberto Tirelli
Modena, 1871; Bologna, 1954 Tirelli was a caricaturist, sculptor and drawer. During his career he illustrated several satirical magazines like: L'e' un pistillo, La Secchia and Il Cotone Fulminante. He was anxious to create a real newspaper and in 1900, (...)
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Cleto Tomba
Cleto Tomba
Cleto Tomba discovered sculpture at an early age. One day his father, anxious at Cleto's long absence from home, rushed out to look for his son by the river. He found him intent on sculpting little clay statues. Cleto Tomba studied initially at the Scuola (...)
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Felice Tosalli
Felice Tosalli
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Michele Vedani
Michele Vedani
Michele Vedani (Milan, June 9, 1874, ibid, 1969) Butti pupil of the Academy of Brera in Milan. Author of funerary monuments and works of gender, reflects the Milanese art scene initially making small sculptures modeled from the pictorial ("In 'conductive (...)
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