Rome, one of the oldest cities in the world, is going to have a new art museum for art lovers by the end of 2019. Not many cities in the…
Italy is well-known for having one of the finest and most well-preserved collections of art and architecture in the world within its borders. However, it’s not always practical to access these feats of human creativity and imagination in person. Luckily, the internet provides the perfect way in which to experience the art of Italy, and indeed of the world, without having to leave your living room. So, if your next trip to this historical European country is still looking too far away for your liking, you can enjoy some immediate Italian culture through one of the methods listed below.
Pietro Annigoni, the Italian portrait and fresco painter of the 20th century, crafted paintings of Queen Elizabeth the second and became a well-known in the world of arts. He blended the modernist era with hues of the Renaissance tradition to define a specific style that was distinctively prevalent during his time.
Chirico Giorgio, who is also known as Giorgio de Chirico, is an Italian, born and raised in Volos Greece. His took a job at the Greek railway system as an Engineer while his mother was a woman of Nobel stature from Genoa, Italy. During his childhood, his parents noticed his talents in art and encouraged him to choose the path. He grew up to have a deep interest in Greek mythology and the influence of which perhaps propelled him in his artistic endeavors. Also, at a very young age, he was diagnosed with intestinal disorders that people believe manifested in his melancholic attitude.
Very few artists seem to be oriented naturally, or were born to be artists, others just out of hard work and nurtured skilled eventually turn out to be impeccable. From the former group of the naturally born artists is the Italian genius Lucio Fontana.