Mario LABOCCETTA (Naples, 1899 – Capri, 1988)
Born in Naples, he became famous in Paris, where he worked during the 1920s and 1930s as an illustrator for magazines and especially for a number of fine editions such as Les Fleurs du mal, Éditions Nilsson, 1933 or, also of Baudelaire, Les Paradis artificiels, Éditions Nilsson, 1933. The illustrations he made for the Contes d'Hoffmann, L'Edition d'Art Henri Piazza, 1932, are also famous.
A rare and sought-after artist.
From a private collection in Milan.
sturdy and accurate packaging,
- Mario Laboccetta (Napoli, 1899 – Capri, 1988)
- Title of artwork
- Senza titolo - interno
- Oil on canvas
- Hand signed, with ad personam dedication on the back
- In good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 50×40 cm