A lithograph signed by the master in pencil, numbered 36/150.
Roberto Masi (Florence, 26 December 1940 - Florence, 25 November 2011) was an Italian painter.
He was an exponent of Italian primitivism. When he began his activity as a painter, in 1962, he painted small fragments of horses or houses. Since then, he followed a straight path and came to own his own style.
His idea of image is plastic, and the figurative elements he portrays find an elementary balance in their mass. Masi's world is antithetical to the expressionistic one.
Any form of dissolution is banned from his landscapes: skies are not torn with clouds and the light shows a general delirium of immobility, in an almost magical realism.
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- Roberto Masi
- Title of artwork
- Hand signed
- As new
- Image size
- 70×50 cm
- Sold with frame