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Salvatore Quasimodo | Anno Domini MCMXLVII

Avete finito di battere i tamburi
a cadenza di morte su tutti gli orizzonti
dietro le bare strette alle bandiere,
di rendere piaghe e lacrime a pietà
nelle città distrutte, rovina su rovina.

Mikhail Y. Kugach / Михаил Юрьевич Кугач (Russian painter, 1939) | The Return


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Bruno Cerboni, 1948

Bruno Cerboni is an Italian artist who uses third millennium techniques and Artificial Intelligence to create his works.
Cerboni was born in Castel del Piano (GR) Italy.
Graduated in Engineering at "La Sapienza" - University of Rome, he has a 30-year career as manager of large companies and entrepreneur.
He has always been committed to the themes of innovation and information technology, and has been awarded the Italian National Innovation Award and the Red Herring 100 Europe.


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Titian | The Venus of Urbino, 1538 | Uffizi Gallery

Toward the beginning of his career Titian had brought to completion Giorgione's unfinished canvas of Venus asleep in a landscape; some twenty-five years later he adapted the central motif of the recumbent figure to a new setting and transformed its meaning by domesticating that pastoral deity. Giorgione's Venus - withdrawn in a private dream of love that we can share, to a degree, only by an effort of the imagination - has been brought indoors; fully awake now and aware of her audience, she displays her charms in a deliberately public proclamation of love.


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Salvatore Quasimodo | Lament for the South / Lamento per il Sud

La luna rossa, il vento, il tuo colore
di donna del Nord, la distesa di neve...
Il mio cuore è ormai su queste praterie,
in queste acque annuvolate dalle nebbie.

Ho dimenticato il mare, la grave
conchiglia soffiata dai pastori siciliani,
le cantilene dei carri lungo le strade
dove il carrubo trema nel fumo delle stoppie,

Baldassarre Longoni (1876-1956) | Terre dorate d'Italia, Mietitura, 1940


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Giuseppe Faraone, 1954 | Impressionist painter

Born in Picerno (Potenza), Giuseppe Faraone attended the Art School of Potenza, before moving to San Donato Milanese on the outskirts of Milan, where he still lives and works. Here he started his relentless pursuit of a variety of drawing techniques and the use of colors.
He understands the art of painting, having perfected his talent in Italy and abroad. Faraone fined tuned his skills in the Impressionist style by painting in the same places where French Impressionism was born.
The scenes depicted in his works of art are many, but in particular, he focuses on the stunning views of Milan. Unlike the French Impressionists, who represented a satisfied and happy society, in the paintings of Faraone we find the Milan that works, where everything is moving.


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Carlo Bossoli | Orientalist painter

Carlo Bossoli (6 December 1815, in Lugano - 1 August 1884, in Turin) was a Swiss-born Italian painter and lithographer, who spent his early career in Russia. He is best known for historical scenes from the Risorgimento.
His father was a stonemason of Italian origin, working in Switzerland. In 1820, his family moved to accept work in Odessa.
Until 1826, he studied with the Capuchins. After graduating, he worked in a shop that sold antiquarian books and prints. It was there that he began to draw and sketch.


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Tito Conti (1842-1924) | Genre painter

Tito Conti was an Italian 19th Century painter who was born in Florence, mainly of genre costume or historical subjects.
He lived in Florence, where he studied at the Institute of Fine Arts.
He was resident professor at the Academic College of Fine Arts of Florence.

Among his works are: "La Presentazione"; "Il quarto d'ora di Rabelais e La musica" (1876); "Il brindisi alla bettoliera"; "L'addio"; "Portrait of his wife"; "Il sospetto"; "Il Cantastorie"; "Il Moschettiere"; and "Per la passeggiata" (1886, Florence). Among his pupils was Arturo Ricci.


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Addio a Luciano Ventrone!

The Italian painter Luciano Ventrone died during the night in his house in Collelongo - Aquila, Italia.

Luciano Ventrone was born in Rome in 1942, he attended Liceo Artistico in Rome. After graduation in 1946 he started studying Architecture. In 1968 he left the University and focused on painting.

Even though Luciano Ventrone is internationally recognized as one of the master realist painters of his generation, he believes that his works are really about optics:
"Painting is not about the mere representation of an object, but its color and light", he says.
"The subject cannot be seen as it is but as an abstract element".