Aleardo Paolucci (Pienza, 1927) is an Italian painter.
Work size: 50 x 70 cm
Overall size: 102 x 82 x 5 cm
Wonderful oil on panel with lovely white lineum mat, remarkable size, very pleasant composition. Bright colours with beautiful presentation on a satin white lacquered frame.
Paolucci has always worked in his hometown.
The painter’s name took on a certain notoriety when he made two large drapes for the Palio di Siena between 1952 and 1953.
In 1970 he was awarded the silver cup by the undersecretary Gino Zannini for his national exhibitions.
The following year he was awarded the Medal of Merit for Culture and Art.
In 1977 he took care of the television sets for the documentary R - Come Rinascimento, aired on Rai 2. Also for the Italian release, he created the opening and closing credits for a special show on Ghino di Tacco.
Enzo Carli participated in an exposition of Paolucci’s works in 1984.
In 1996, he created a postage stamp for the Italian postal service depicting Pienza.
In 2005, he was awarded by the region of Tuscany for his paintings.
Please note: This piece of art will be shipped with frame + fully insured front glass included the transport offered the cost. Professionally packed
Finely framed with silver leaf and front glass
- Aleardo Paolucci
- Title of artwork
- Oil on panel
- Hand signed
- As new
- Image size
- 50×70 cm
- Total dimensions
- 82×5×102 cm
- Sold with frame