Bruno Martini (1911-1979)
Wonderful work by painter Bruno Martini, preserved in very good condition on a vintage frame with signature on front (please see photos), and title and authentication by the artist on back of the panel.
He exhibited at all regional and interregional events from 1930 to 1947; he was awarded in the competition ‘Fadiga’ in 1937 at the Academy of Venice, where he studied. He participated in the Rome Quadriennale in 1938 and in the Venice Biennale in 1941.
Many personal exhibitions in major Italian cities:
Rome Quadriennale in 1938;
Venice Biennale in 1941;
Personal exhibitions in Venice in 1943, 1944, 1945;
Personal exhibition in Bergamo in 1946 and 1947;
Personal exhibition in Brescia in 1956;
Personal exhibition in Trieste in 1957;
Personal exhibition in Rome in 1958;
Personal exhibitions abroad: Malmö 1949, Stockholm 1951-52, Hasingborg 1951, Sundsvall 1952, Geneva 1952, New York 1959.
In addition to the aforementioned countries, he is also present in many private collections in France and Israel.
The following works have bee carried out: Altarpieces for the Cavanis Institute in Venice; frescoes in the Church of San Biagio in Lendinara – RO; two frescoes ‘La musica’ and ‘L'amore’ in Palazzo Morosini in Venice in 1961.
His Venetian views of eighteenth-century inspiration are famous in the artistic world.
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- Bruno Martini (1911-1979)
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- 51×41 cm
- 64×54×5.5 cm
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