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Mario Marini (La ribalta) 1973 Signed Framed Art Etching

Mario Marini
La ribalta
Print – etching, with Aquatint
Edition: signed in pencil and marked 55/75
Framed Size 29.5” x 27” in
Image Size; 12″x 11″ in

Framed in Pewter, with 6″border of white matting and a black line.

Excellent Condition

 

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Marino Marini was born in Pistoia in 1901. In 1917 he enrolled in the Florence Accademia di Belle Arti where he followed courses in painting taught by Galileo Chini and sculpture by Domenico Trentacoste. These early years of artistic activity in Via degli Artisti were mainly devoted to painting and drawing. Marini’s first important sculpture, Popolo (in terracotta), was produced in 1929, the same year in which he was invited by Arturo Martini to move to Milan and teach at Villa Reale in Monza. This was also the year in which he exhibited in Nice with the Novecento group and undertook his first trip to Paris. His first solo exhibition was in Milan in 1932 and in 1935 he won first prize at theRome Quadriennale.In 1938 he married Mercedes Pedrazzini (affectionately nicknamed Marina) who was to be a constant and explicit presence in his artistic personality.

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Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 38 × 5 × 32 in
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Signed

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Edition Type

Limited Edition

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Date of Creation

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Edition Size

55/75

Size Type/Largest Dimension

Medium (Up to 30")

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Mario Marini (La ribalta) 1973 Signed Framed Art Etching

Mario Marini La ribalta Print - etching, with Aquatint Edition: signed in pencil and marked 55/75 Framed Size 29.5'' x 27'' in Image Size; 12"x 11" in Framed in Pewter, with 6"border of white matting and a black line. Excellent Condition  

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