Gino Moro - Marina

Gino Moro - Marina
Öl auf Tafel - Handsigniert - 1970

A pupil of Ambrogio Alciati at the Academy of Brera, he established himself in 1926 with an exhibition organized in Milan by the Meneghina Family. Later he participated in the exhibition of Milanese artists with the painting Chiesa di San Sigismondo and in 1928 he received the Sallustio Fornara award at the Mostra Sociale Primaverile della Permanente with the painting Natura morta, now preserved at the Galleria d'Ate Moderna in Milan. Since 1930 he has participated in the Roman Quadriennali, trade union exhibitions and other important national exhibitions, achieving public success and official awards. At the Venice Biennale in 1930 he was present with the works Donna che si specchia - Studio di nudo and Modelle a riposo. From the beginning of his activity he devoted himself to landscapes, still lifes and female nudes, often also treated graphically, a technique in which he achieved particularly appreciable results that earned him the chair at the Scuola Libera del Nudo at the Academy of Brera. In the 1960s and 1970s he approached a non-figurative style, brushing aside the poetics of the informal in a series of landscapes and views (Tetti a Milano, 1965; Marina Ligure, 1970) in which he relived the emotional approach to the naturalistic subject that also characterised the previous works.

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Gino Moro
Öl auf Tafel
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