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Leonardo Cremonini

Bolognese painter who moved in the fifties in Paris where he died in 2010. It was a very interesting man and his conversations over a glass of good wine and a plate of good food, were particularly vivid.

Friend and frequenter of the most important Milanese artists of the new figuration. Painter to all effects. In the fifties many of his paintings are in which are depicted in a very bloody animals to the slaughterhouse, sangue e carni macilente. With an extraordinary painting technique ,unable to create spaces of environmental and emotional intensity ranging from domestic interiors more ambiguous to the sunny beaches of Romagna or the island of Panarea.

The presence of children who run, playing blind man's buff, that appear restless or hide, is very frequent in his paintings, as the escape of female images.

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