Eliano Fantuzzi - Senza volti

Description
Eliano Fantuzzi - Senza volti
Oil on canvas - Artist's stamp, Hand signed - 1985

Eliano Fantuzzi (Modena 1909 - Verona 1987).

His first unobtainable work represents Gaio Muzio Scevola burning his hand. Dreaming about the French Impressionism, he moved to Paris in 1924, when the Expressionism was already taking hold in Europe as opposed to it, because it expressed the feelings of the artist’s soul.

In April 1963, at the competition “Pittura in Ciociaria” at the Casamari abbey, he was a member of the jury chaired by Giorgio De Chirico.

His pictorial style prefers night scenes. Its themes and colour choices are influenced by the “Scuola Romana”, with influences from Veneto. With Giorgio De Chirico he was among the most copied artists in Italy.

Lot details
Artist
Eliano Fantuzzi
Title of artwork
Senza volti
Technique
Oil on canvas
Signature
Artist's stamp, Hand signed
Year
1985
Period
1980-1989
Condition
As new
Image size
70×50 cm
Sold with frame
Yes
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