Etching, numbered, located titled and signed in pencil at bottom 93/100 Firenze Giardini di Boboli Lino Bianchi; a fine impression, lightly foxed. To the platemark 264 x 266 mm, the full sheet 359 x 337 mm.
Until 1932 the artist signed Lino Bianchi. Only from 1932 did he add Bariviera to his signature
Lino Bianchi Barriviera (Barriviera is the maternal surname that he added to the paternal one in 1933), was a painter and etcher. After the first years of his youth, he lived in Venice and Florence, settled finally in Rome in 1935, and at the end of the 70’s moved to Acilia. The fame of the artist is mainly linked to his large production as a printmaker, more than 950 plates, for which he mostly used etchings but also experimented with several other techniques.