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2003 Luca Alinari Italian Signed Serigraph. Printed on heavy thick matte paper. Artist signed and part of limited series 103/150. Original art print featuring male figures upon a vibrant backdrop. 


Size: 27.5”W x 19.5”H.


Condition: Excellent condition.


About the Artist - Luca Alinari

Luca Alinari (27 October 1943 – 15 March 2019) was an Italian painter born in Florence. Despite being self-taught, he made a notable debut in 1968 with his first solo exhibition at the Galleria Inquadrature in Florence. Throughout the 1970s, Alinari embarked on an extensive exploration of the free juxtaposition of objects and figures within fantastical and suspended atmospheres, influenced by Neo-Dada and Pop Art research. This period saw him experimenting with various pictorial techniques, incorporating fluorescent colors, decalcomania, collage, and photographic transpositions.


In the 1980s, Alinari gained official recognition through his participation in significant art events such as the 40th Venice Biennale (1982) and the 11th Rome Quadriennale (1985). A pivotal moment in his career occurred in 1993 when he had his first retrospective at the Royal Palace of Milan Museum, showcasing works spanning his entire artistic journey. This retrospective marked the inception of his series of fantastical landscapes, characterized by vibrant colors and a unique painting technique that combined thickly applied pigment with refined fields of smooth, transparent color. Luca Alinari passed away in Florence on March 15, 2019, at the age of 76.

2003 Luca Alinari Italian Signed Serigraph

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