Italian Marine Landscape Santa Margherita Ligure by Annibale Scaroni 1951
Annibale Scaroni, oil on poplar marine landscape depicting The Columbus Fountain Monument on the promenade in Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy. A white marble monument realized in 1892 by Odoardo Tabacchi.
The fountain is portrayed from the back, the composition is very detailed, painted with a quick brushstroke, the empty bench in the foreground, two figures sitting in the shade of the palm trees, the street lamps along the promenade and other figures that animate the scene. A blue sky in the background completes this brightly colored Italian marine painting. The work is in a good condition, signed on the lower left, unframed.
It comes from a private Milanes collection.
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: 40 cm
width: 50 cm