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Osvaldo Peruzzi

Italy Born in: 1907

Osvaldo Peruzzi (Milan, 1907 - Livorno, 2004) was an Italian painter, attracted by the artistic researches of Prampolini, Fillia and Munari. In 1933 he participated in the exhibition "Futurist homage to Umberto Boccioni" at the Pesaro gallery in Milan, in the futurist exhibition at Palazzo Ferroni in Florence and in the first national exhibition of futurist art in Rome. From the 1930s to the 1940s, he participated in all the Biennials and Quadrennials. In the 1930s, he collaborated with the magazines "La città nuova" and "Stile futurista", directed by Fillia. Later he joined his pictorial activity as an advertising graphic designer. In 2001, he participated in the important exhibition "Futurism 1909-1944" at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome.

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Osvaldo Peruzzi, Maritime Palio, Print

Osvaldo Peruzzi

Maritime Palio, 1989
75 x 56 x 0.3 cm
Print

€ 300

Osvaldo Peruzzi, Ferrari F1, Print

Osvaldo Peruzzi

Ferrari F1, 1988
50 x 70 x 0.2 cm
Print

€ 300

Osvaldo Peruzzi, Seascape + Sails, Print

Osvaldo Peruzzi

Seascape + Sails, 1988
50 x 70 x 0.3 cm
Print

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