Italian Figurative painter Gianni Strino studied fine art at the acclaimed
Naples Art Institute winning the medal for the ...
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
Figurative Art by Gianni Strino
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Figurative Art by Gianni Strino

  1. 1. Italian Figurative painter Gianni Strino studied fine art at the acclaimed Naples Art Institute winning the medal for the best graduate artist in 1970. He taught art and art history until the demand for his work allowed him to become a full time artist. The quality of Strino’s painting also sets him apart from his contemporaries. There is an ‘old master’ feeling in his work; the assured handling of line combines with a true understanding of tonal harmonies and composition, reminiscent of Renaissance portraiture of the 16th Century. Pintor figurativo italiano, Gianni Strino, estudió Bellas Artes en el aclamada Instituto de Arte de Nápoles ganando la medalla al mejor artista graduado en 1970. Enseñó arte e historia del arte hasta que la demanda de su trabajo le permitió convertirse en un artista de tiempo completo. La calidad de la pintura de Strino también le distingue de sus contemporáneos. Hay un sentimiento de 'viejo maestro‘ en su obra; el manejo seguro de la línea se combina con un verdadero entendimiento de armonías de tonalidades y composición, que recuerda a los retratos del Renacimiento del siglo XVI.

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