20th Century Italian School oil painting on Wood Panel by Edoardo Pizzirani (1915-2011), and signed in the lower left corner. There is a slight texture to the touch.
This painting depicts the port of Pozzuoli near Naples, Italy, specifically around the parish of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
Pizzirani's skilled brushwork brings the serene seascape to life. The painting showcases different movements of the brush, giving texture and depth to the artwork. The artist's use of colors and lighting further enhances the composition. The painting is complemented by an old golden frame that beautifully contrasts with the serene blues.
Edoardo Pizzirani, born on March 15, 1915, in Milan, was a talented Italian painter known for his attention to detail and craftsmanship. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan and gained recognition for his vibrant artwork. Pizzirani's paintings have been exhibited in various exhibitions in Italy, and he received several awards during his career. He passed away on July 28, 2011, at the age of 96.
The Parish of Pozzuoli is a historic location, completed on November 15, 1624, and considered the oldest parish in the Diocese of Pozzuoli. It holds cultural significance in the region and is dedicated to the Madonna delle Grazie.
- Overall Size: 11.4" x 12.2" / 29cm x 31.5cm.
Size without the frame: 8.6" x 9.8" / 22.5cm x 25cm.
- Country: Italy.
- Signed: Edoardo Pizzirani (1915-2011).
- Date: Mid-20th century.
- Condition: The panel is in good condition despite a few rare traces or lacks. The frame is in good condition too.
- Materials: Oil on wood with a wood frame.
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