Drawing D - Day
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Born in Newark, New Jersey in 1919, Ugo Giannini was the son of an opera singer and a tailor. After graduating from high school, he enrolled as a student in the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts. Founded in 1882 as the Fawcett Art School, it was one of the outstanding art schools in America in the middle decades of the twentieth century. Giannini later went on to study at the National Academy of Design in New York. World War II interrupted his studies, but upon his return from Europe he continued his studies at the Art Students League in New York. He later studied in Paris with Fernand Leger where he was exposed to the modernist currents of the first half of the twentieth century, most notably Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism and he abandoned the realist style in which he had been working until that point. When he returned stateside, Giannini took a studio in East Orange, New Jersey where he continued to experiment with colors and forms. After marrying Maxine Yellin, a classical pianist, in 1955, he secured a teaching post at Caldwell College in New Jersey. More interested in creating and teaching than in promoting his career, he lived a quiet life in West Orange, together with his wife and two children. He produced an impressive oeuvre in a variety of media?painting, gouache, pastel, drawing and collage. Upon the artist?s death in 1993, his heirs found in his modest studio a large and impressive body of work, exposing a heart deeply affected by his experience at war.
Titel: Drawing D - Day
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