A good panel by Giacomo Picollo, size 52 x 72 cm.
In good overall condition (see photos).
Listed on Comed for 1200 euros for a 30x40 cm size.
Giacomo Picollo, born in Genoa in 1905, painter, sculptor and occasionally ceramicist, after training at the Ligustica Academy of Fine Arts in Genoa, a pupil of Maragliano and Bertelli, and completing his education at the Brera Academy in Milan debuted in 1927 at the Exhibition of the Promotrice di Belle Arti in Milan.
At the beginning of the thirties he was called by Tullio d'Albisola to collaborate with the production of artistic ceramics "M.G.A.", owned by Giuseppe Mazzotti, where he made a series of plastics in the futurist-caricature style of excellent technical and qualitative level, in addition to some work of greater commitment such as a relief entitled "Crocefissione".
In 1930, with other artists including Tullio Mazzotti, Edoardo Alfieri, Dino Gambetti, Alf Gaudenzi, Luciano Lombardo, Lelio Pierro and Libero Verzetti, he founded the Gruppo Artisti Sintesi di Genova.
In 1931 he participated in the Futurist Exhibition of Chiavari where he presented ceramics and paintings.
In the following years he presented several solo exhibitions in Genoa, La Spezia, Rome and Milan and participated in numerous editions of the Venice Biennale and the Quadriennale in Rome.
In 1943 he was appointed Accademico di merito della Ligustica and in 1967 he became a member of the Italian Archaeological Academy in Rome.
He died in Sestri Ponente in 1983.
- Giacomo Picollo
- Title of artwork
- Val corsaglia
- Oil on panel
- Hand signed
- Overall in good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 52×72 cm