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VALENZIN, S.T. 2
S.T. 1950s, oil on paper printed on panel
Giorgio Valenzin (Pordenone 1901 – Venice 1978) was first present in the artistic reality of Friuli Venezia Giulia and then entered the Venetian one. From a family of Jewish origins, he finds his personal artistic dimension in the Serenissima.
Self-taught, he combines the post-impressionist technique with a greater rarefaction of light and a marking of the combination of colors and shades. A landscape that detaches itself from the sign tradition of the painters of his age such as Eugenio Da Venezia and Fioravante Seibezzi.