STEFANINI

Alla finestra

ALLA FINESTRA
1994, Acrilico, olio e stucco, 124x103cm

Apertura

APERTURA
2016, Olio su tela, 70x100cm

Architrave con luna

ARCHITRAVE CON LUNA
1986, Acrilico su tela, 90x90cm

Cerchio di pietre

CERCHIO DI PIETRE
1990, Acrilico su tavola, 60x50cm

Cielo

CIELO
1993, Acrilico su tavola, 40x50cm

Conchiglia e muro giallo

CONCHIGLIA E MURO GIALLO
1986, Acrilici e pigmenti su tela, 100x80cm

Il muro e le ombre

IL MURO E LE OMBRE
1998, Acrilico e olio su tela, 80x70cm

In giallo

IN GIALLO
2000, Acrilico e olio su tela, 150x150cm

In un giorno d'estate

IN UN GIORNO D'ESTATE
1976, Acrilico e Intaglio su legno, 70x80cm

Labbra

LABBRA
1978, Acrilico e Rilievo su tavola, 50x50cm

Monumento

MONUMENTO
1986, Acrilico e stucco su tavola, 70x60cm

Ombre

OMBRE
1993-2004, Acrilico e olio su tela, 77x98cm

Ricordi ancestrali

RICORDI ANCESTRALI
1987, Acrilici e tecnica mista su tela, 100x80cm

Ritmi architettonici

RITMI ARCHITETTONICI
1976, Acrilico e Intaglio su legno, 80x70cm

Vibrazioni

VIBRAZIONI
1978, Acrilico e Intaglio su legno, 80x70cm

STEFANINI

Francesco Stefanini

Francesco Stefanini was born in 1948 in Pietrasanta (Lucca). He studied at Magistero d’Arte in Florence and attended International graphic arts courses in Urbino. In 1981 he won the first prize of the Opera Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice and he has been invited for an exhibition at the Ca’ Pesaro Museum of Modern Art. In the nineties he exhibited in Tokyo, Zagreb, Salzburg, Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Mannheim, New York, Paris, Beijing, Brisbane, Perth. In the 2000s he worked in Japan for the Museum of Modern Art in Shirakawa and exhibited with subsequent exhibitions in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and Yokohama. He was invited to “Oltre il Giardino”, at the 12th Biennale of Architecture in Venice. Until now, he held more than ninety personal exhibitions and he participated at more than three hundred collective exhibitions. In 2015 he was asked to realize an anthological exhibition in the Church of Saint Agostino, in his birthplace Pietrasanta. He was invited, in 2018, to held a personal exhibition in the recently restored museum in Treviso Museo Bailo. He’s preparing an exhibition at the Palazzetto Tito in Venice for the Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa. He now lives and works in Volpago del Montello.