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Ugo Vittore Bartolini, Pulcinella pittore

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UGO VITTORE BARTOLINI (Florence 1906 - Milan 1975) PULCINELLA PITTORE
Pen and black ink, watercolors, on paper applied on cardboard. Signed 'Ugo Vittore Bartolini / 963'. Signed, dated and titled on the verso 'Ugo Vittore Bartolini / 963 / Pulcinella / …… Pittore!'. 200 x 140 mm. Originally drawn as an illustration for the menu of the Milanese 'Società Artisti e Patriottica', in their annual luncheon of 1963.

A pupil, in Florence, of the painter Aldo Carpi and of the sculptor Libero Andreotti, Bartolini obtained, in 1934, the chair of figure drawing at the Art School in the Brera and moved to Milan. He participated in the Venice Biennale in the years 1936, 1938 and 1940 and participated also, in the following years, in major national exhibitions, as the Roman Quadrennial (1947), the Michetti Prize (1947-48) and the National Exhibition of Sacred Art (1954). He ordered his last solo exhibition in 1974, at the Milanese 'Galleria Ponte Rosso'.

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