Gianfranco Fusari

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2015

Artworks for sale: 30

(3)

Italy

About Gianfranco Fusari

 
 
  • Biography

    His artworks are sold in many ART GALLERIES in the whole world, especially in USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Finland, Australia, and India. His works are exhibited in some Arts MUSEUMS, such as the Museum of Fine Arts of Washington County and the Bass Museum of Art in Miami.

    He often work on COMMISSION, making PORTRAITS (face, half length or full length, dressed or nude, from pose or photo). He can also use the mediums (black stone and/or clay with natural oxides), the materials (Fabriano or handmade paper) and the techniques of drawing used by the artists of the ITALIAN RENAISSANCE.

    He has been living in Venice and Verona, the town of Juliet and Romeo.

    His father was a sculptor in marble. On his mother's side of the family are many ancestors who were painters and sculptors. Notable among them was Angelo Pizzi, a particular favorite with Napoleon who, after conquering Venice in 1797, nominated him to the post of Director of Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Art Academy) and contracted him to create the Napoleonic Aisle in Piazza San Marco (St. Marks square), in front of San Marco Cathedral in Venice.

    EDUCATION: Scuola d'Arte e Mestieri (Art and Craft School) in Vicenza and the Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Art Academy) in Venice.

    The FEMALE FIGURE is fundamental to his work, which is grounded in the grand classical tradition of superb draughtsmanship. At the same time, his sense of composition, design, delicacy and keen sensitivity are uniquely his own. The particularity of his models is very important to him and fundamental to his creative process, the model being, in a sense, the co-author of the art.

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Biography

His artworks are sold in many ART GALLERIES in the whole world, especially in USA, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Finland, Australia, and India. His works are exhibited in some Arts MUSEUMS, such as the Museum of Fine Arts of Washington County and the Bass Museum of Art in Miami.

He often work on COMMISSION, making PORTRAITS (face, half length or full length, dressed or nude, from pose or photo). He can also use the mediums (black stone and/or clay with natural oxides), the materials (Fabriano or handmade paper) and the techniques of drawing used by the artists of the ITALIAN RENAISSANCE.

He has been living in Venice and Verona, the town of Juliet and Romeo.

His father was a sculptor in marble. On his mother's side of the family are many ancestors who were painters and sculptors. Notable among them was Angelo Pizzi, a particular favorite with Napoleon who, after conquering Venice in 1797, nominated him to the post of Director of Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Art Academy) and contracted him to create the Napoleonic Aisle in Piazza San Marco (St. Marks square), in front of San Marco Cathedral in Venice.

EDUCATION: Scuola d'Arte e Mestieri (Art and Craft School) in Vicenza and the Accademia di Belle Arti (Fine Art Academy) in Venice.

The FEMALE FIGURE is fundamental to his work, which is grounded in the grand classical tradition of superb draughtsmanship. At the same time, his sense of composition, design, delicacy and keen sensitivity are uniquely his own. The particularity of his models is very important to him and fundamental to his creative process, the model being, in a sense, the co-author of the art.

 
 
 
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