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Maurizio Bottoni

Born in: 1950

Italy

Biography
Born in 1950 in Milan, Maurizio Bottoni is an Italian artist. A former student of the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera, He dedicates to the study of old techniques of painting and engraving. His pieces are full of references of the great masters of the early 16th Century, specially by Albrecht Durer and more contemporary, Giorgio De Chirico and Pietro Annigoni. Bottoni's style is a combination of expressiveness and figuration. His favorite subjects are still life, portraits and landscapes. Maurizio Bottoni did his first solo exhibition in 1981 at the Bolzani Gallery in Milan, before doing several others. In 1990, he won the 30th edition of the Suzzara Award. During the year 2004, he was appointed member of the School of Art and Culture of the Commission at the Ministry of Education, Universty and Research. His pieces are part of numerous collections (galleries and museums). In 2005, the Panorama Museum honored the artist with a vast anthology "Ecce Pictura". In 2011, he did an exhibition at the Asiago Prison Museum where he exhibited most of his pieces. The same year, Maurizio Bottoni was invited to the Italian pavillon of the 54th Venice Biennale.
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