Vittorio Basaglia (Venice 19/08/1936 - 25/02/2005 Valeriano Pinzano al Tagliamento) from 1946 to 1956 lived in Rovereto, where he studied at classical school and then he moved to Venice where he continued his classical studies, gaining a diploma in high school art.
He began exhibiting in 1954 by participating in the annual group's exibition of Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa in Venice. He attended the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera led by Marino Marini. He has participated in important exhibitions of art, including the Quadrennial of Rome, the Paris Biennale and XI Biennale of Alexandria in Egypt. He has taught at the Academy of Urbino and the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.
Painter, sculptor and engraver, he tooks part in numerous exhibitions in Italy and Europe. Many of his works are found in various Italian and foreign museums. In 1994, the Galleria Internazionale d'Arte Moderna Ca 'Pesaro in Venice dedicated a major retrospective. Many solo and group exhibitions, many works now in public collections, many monumental works and many awards achieved. Since 1985 he has lived in Valeriano Pinzano al Tagliamento until his death.

Vittorio Basaglia foto di Danilo De Marco

Vittorio Basaglia foto di Danilo De Marco 2

Vittorio Basaglia Al falegname 1993 murales Cibiana Di Cadore

Vittorio Basaglia Marcinelle 1954_56 olio su tela cm170X200

Vittorio Basaglia Per Pasolini 1977 olio su tela cm180X120

Vittorio Basaglia il cavaliere, la morte, il diavolo 1964
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