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Alessandro Pomi



Italian painter Alessandro Pomi [1890-1976] was a pupil of Ettore Tito at the Academy of Belle Arti in Venice and then he completed his studies in Munich and Rome. It was 1910, his first exposure to Ca Pesaro and two years later at the Venice Biennale where returns in 14 years, 22, 24, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 40, 42, 48.
He participated in various exhibitions in Italy and abroad Pittsburgh, London, Buenos Aires, Monaco Munich, Milan, Venice, Treviso, etc. Among the many works the great altarpiece made in Sydney and paintings of the Way of the Cross for the Cathedral of Treviso.