Osvaldo Licini

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Departing from his earlier figurative works and engagement with Futurist ideals, Italian painter Osvaldo Licini (1894-1958) turned away from realism in 1940 and painted only abstract works from then on. This catalogue of Licini's show at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, the most comprehensive monograph of his work, marks the 60th anniversary of his passing. That same year, Licini won the National Grand Prize for Painting at the 29th Venice Biennale, where he had shown 53 works—executed between 1925 and 1958—in a room of his own mounted by Carlo Scarpa. This catalogue gathers his complete works including those displayed in that same venue 60 years prior to this 2018 show.
ISBN 9788831743822. Marsilio Editori.
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Departing from his earlier figurative works and engagement with Futurist ideals, Italian painter Osvaldo Licini (1894-1958) turned away from realism in 1940 and painted only abstract works from then on. This catalogue of Licini's show at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, the most comprehensive monograph of his work, marks the 60th anniversary of his passing. That same year, Licini won the National Grand Prize for Painting at the 29th Venice Biennale, where he had shown 53 works—executed between 1925 and 1958—in a room of his own mounted by Carlo Scarpa. This catalogue gathers his complete works including those displayed in that same venue 60 years prior to this 2018 show.
  • Author
    Licini, Osvaldo
  • Publisher
    Marsilio Editori
  • Release
    April 2019
  • Binding
    pb
  • Format
    240 pages. 29 x 24 cm
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