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Cino Bozzetti, the forest that looks to the outside


FRANCESCO (CINO) BOZZETTI (Lecce 1876 - Borgoratto Alessandrino 1949) IL BOSCO CHE GUARDA VERSO L'ESTERNO (The forest that looks to the outside)
Etching, 1931, Dragone 88. A fine impression of the first state of two, before the reduction of the plate; printed in black ink on Japan. Large margins, traces of mounting in the margins; otherwise in very good condition. To the plate-mark 197 x 237 mm, the entire sheet measuring 328 x 355 mm.

Bozzetti was one of the most important Italian etchers of the early twentieth century. He studied in Turin and his paintings and prints have been influenced by Piedmontese nineteenth century painters of landscape and pastoral subjects, as Antonio Fontanesi and Vittorio Avondo. Bozzetti exhibited in Turin, Florence, Rome, Bruxelles, Geneve, London, Venice, Paris. In 1949 Carlo Alberto Petrucci organized a large exhibition of Bozzetti's etchings at the Calcografia Nazionale in Rome.

price: 1.500,00 euros

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