Framed lithographs by Italian artist Paolo Manaresi
This collection of six framed lithographs of buildings are by the Italian artist Paolo Manaresi. All of the lithographs are numbered 3 out of 50. All are identified in pencil in Italian on the bottom and are signed by the artist at the lower right.
Paolo Manaresi (Bologna, 23 September 1908 – Bologna, 20 July 1991) was a painter and an engraver. He studied in Bologna and, encouraged by Giorgio Morandi, he devoted himself actively to engraving starting in 1949. In 1954 he won the Grand Prize for Engraving at the XXVII Biennale di Venezia, followed by the full recognition of critics and the public. An excellent interpreter of both the still life and the landscape, Manaresi engages with different types of subjects: from the portrait to the nude, from composition studies to sacred subjects.
The collection comprises four landscape size and two portrait. They have been newly framed in an Italian library style frame.
(Please Note:the lines reflecting on the glass are from my ceiling).
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