Italian Courtyard Scenery Painting by Annibale Scaroni 1970s
Italian courtyard scene oil on canvas painting 1970 circa, by the Italian Annibale Scaroni. In excellent condition, unframed, this Italian village painting and countryside scenery confirms the painter’s skill in the mature age in the use of light and color, managing to communicate familiarity with the life of the courtyard represented.
Annibale Scaroni was an Italian painter, (Brescia 1891-Milan 1983). Pupil of the Moretto Art School of Brescia and then, from 1919 to 1923 by Francesco Paolo Michetti; his works are kept in important private collections; the portrait of Comm. Enrico Carozzi of 1941 is in the picture gallery of the Cà Granda; the Cavallo all’Aratro from 1937 is in the Modern Art Gallery in Milan. Many personal exhibitions at the most prestigious Italian galleries, including the Scopinich Gallery in Milan (1931); the Pesaro Gallery (1935); the Galleria Dedalo (1937); the Gian Ferrari Gallery (1930 and 1938).
Height: 50 cm
Width: 70 cm
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