Juti Ravenna (Veneto Annone 1897 - Treviso 1972). Since 1920, after the terrible experience of the World War I, Luigi Ravenna, named Juti, attended the Accademia in Venice and he was with other artists (including Eugenio Da Venezia, Marco Novati, Cosimo Privato, Fioravante Seibezzi etc.. ) in the studies of the attic of Cą Pesaro and after at the Carminati palace. With these artists, whose tone clear and air help to illuminate the dark palette of Ravenna, he exhibited from 1923 to 1925.
Taciturn, shy, restless, Ravenna is far from post-Impressionism and he is more cultured than the others of the group. He is open to contemporary Italian painting interpreting, in his own way, the stylistic value models of plastic values, of the metaphysics and of magic realism. After the second war he moved to Treviso.
In 1928 (the year which dates to the meeting with Filippo de Pisis his guest at the Carminati palace), he is invited to the Venice Biennale, where he came back in 1930 and 1932. Painter eclectic is interested in the theory of art, working in several books.
Since 1940, he abandoned any remaining legacy impressionist, the painting is structured in a geometric way. Among the favorite subjects, views of urban landscapes and still life that light up in vivid chromatic descent fauve.
He participated in premiums, 1951 Burano Award, and numerous exhibitions, such as Florence, Venice and Treviso.

Juti Ravenna Paesaggio 1928 Olio su tela CM 94X70 Comune di Livorno

Juti Ravenna La Piavesea olio su tela CM 50X60

Juti Ravenna Venezia olio su tela CM 53X70

Juti Ravenna Natura Morta olio su tavola cm 40.50X60

Da Sx Juti Ravenna in basso Fioravante Seibezzi a fianco Aldo Bergamini sopra Mario Varagnolo in alto Nereo Costantini

Juti Ravenna Ritratto 1937 olio su tavola cm 64.5X54.5

Juti Ravenna Paesaggio olio su tavola cm 61X50
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