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One hundred years after his birth, this book examines the career of the Italian painter Emilio Vedova, best known for his role in the postwar Arte Informale movement. It surveys Vedova’s career in terms of the artist’s investigations of line and gesture: from the lively, energetic landscape drawings of the 1930s through his progress toward increasingly expressive, materially inventive work – like the Plurimi of the 1960s, in which the artist broke up the surface of a picture into multiple pieces.
ISBN 9788829704187. Marsilio.