Corrado Cagli. 1974. Title: Louis Dussieux. Waxy Oil Pastel. cm. 72x50.
Historic Notes: Among the most important Italian artists of the 1900s (Ancona 1910 - Rome 1976). Trained in Rome, he spent a long time in Paris and New York. He actively participated in the modern pictorial movement, experimenting with all pictorial techniques, including encaustic and mosaic, first in the context of the "Roman school", then through subtle formal research of a fifteenth-century perspective, until he came to abstract compositions. He then turned to realistic motifs to return to a search for spatial and geometric rhythms. His graphic activity and his commitment to monumental and applied art are remarkable, leading him to important creations of sculptures, ceramics, tapestries, and theatrical scenographies, costumes, illustrations, and much more ... (source Archivio Cagli). Painting published on "Cagli di Renzo Margonari". 1989.