- Rare Emilio Scanavino Hand signed in pencil lithographic Poster gallery 1971 printed in watermarked paper with stamp: c.g.c. extra gelatinata
- Tittle: Opera Grafica
- A very vibrant collectible poster very sought after by collectors with the classic work by Scanavino
- Printed and copy unknown
- Size: 70 x 50 cm
- Excellent Conditions
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Emilio Scanavino (Genoa, 28 February 1922 – Milan, 28 November 1986) was an Italian painter and sculptor.
After a figurative start Scanavino's paintings rapidly took Post-Cubist character. Stylization of the forms kept growing until eventually totally fade out in the first 1950 years works. In 1954 his work's characteristic sign started to appear. That is the “stylized knot”, which would characterize all of his following production. The 1950s years works are among the most beautiful of Scanavino's career. Inside them it is possible to see the genesis of the painting transposition of the interiority, with all of its torment, which are the marking point of Scanavino's art.
In his late 1970s years paintings, the “knot” is perfectly defined and recognizable. Painted in anguishing forms, sometimes even threatening and stained of bloody red. Although Scanavino is difficult to place inside a defined artistic movement, he can be considered an informal abstractist, close to the Abstract Expressionism and Hans Hartung and Georges Mathieu's art.
- Emilio Scanavino
- Titel van kunstwerk
- Opera Grafica - Galleria Tinoghelfi, Vicenza (Italia)
- Lithographic poster
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