(1889 - 1947)
Arturo Martini was active/lived in Italy. Arturo Martini is known for painting and sculpture.
Biography Arturo Martini
Initially Arturo Martini trained as a goldsmith and a potter but by 1905
had begun to sculpt, studying both at Treviso and Venice in his native
Italy before travelling to Munich to study under Adolf von Hildebrand.
He first exhibited in Paris in 1912 and later won the first prize for
sculpture at the first Quadriennale exhibition in Rome in 1931. Amongst
his most significant works is monumental the bas-relief panel he was
commissioned to produce for the Milan Palace of Justice in 1932, which
simultaneously conveys the same sense of movement and tension as evoked
by this small scale work. Working in variety of mediums Martini
generally favoured earthenware fo
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