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Salvo Magione (1947-2015) - Marzo

Between the end of 1979 and 1980 Salvo painted a series of landscapes with country houses, churches and monuments such as San Giovanni degli Eremiti in Palermo and the Tower of Pisa, in which Giotto-inspired trees and previously almost non-existent vegetation appear. Between 1982 and 1983 his fame was further consolidated at a European level. After the extensive retrospective organized by Massimo Minini at the Ghent Museum of Contemporary Art, the following year his most significant works created since 1973 were brought together at the Kunst Museum in Lucerne, then at the Nouveau Musée in Villeurbanne, near Lyon. His relations with the writers Giuseppe Pontiggia and Leonardo Sciascia begin, who will dedicate some writings to Salvo.

Extremely rare silk-screen work by Maestro Salvatore "Salvo" Mangione with total dimensions in the frame 93x73 cm.

White pickled frame handcrafted by Tuscan masters.

Insured shipping and professional packaging.

N.B. The run number may differ from that of the images. the specimen you will receive will still have the exact same characteristics as those represented in this listing.

N.B The work includes a new artisan frame, but not glass, as no courier guarantees its integrity.

Object Print
Artist Salvo Magione (1947-2015)
Title of artwork Marzo
Period 1990-1999
Technique Etching and aquatint in frame
Signature Hand signed
Edition 100 ex. - 60x80 cm.
Condition Good condition
Total dimensions 60×80×0 cm
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