In the sixties he began his artistic activity in Rome with works inspired to the French impressionistic seam.
In the seventies he deepen his experiences within the expressionist painting, in this reporting himself to the great european masters of the '900, among them P. Modersohn-Becker and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. The most recurrent themes of this period are represented by the Roman outskirts, by female characters inserted in amazing abstracted landscapes, as dream by Don Quixote, theme this last loved by many artists.
At the end of the eighties his painting, in continuous evolution, opens to new visions made of virtual and suggestive images in which the classical themes, mediated by the great lesson of the Renaissance, are conjugated through unusual and personal style, to those of the contemporary art.
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