Massimo Campigli 1954
Lithograph artist proof from an edition of 200
White hand tinted oak frame
Signed Campigli 54
H72,5 x W60 cm
Massimo Campigli 1895 - 1971, Italy.
Massimo Campigli began painting after World War I in Paris, and his early work is inspired by Fernand Leger and Picasso. His artistic expression underwent a complete transformation in 1928, where he gained a passionate interest in Etruscan art. He developed a fresco-like artistic expression with archaic female figures as a constant theme. After World War II, he increasingly focused on lithography, working with the most important publishers and printers of the time.
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