Gino Gini Romiti
(1881 - 1967)
Gino (Gini) Romiti was active/lived in Italy. Gino Gini Romiti is known for landscape, seascape and military life painting.
Biography Gino (Gini) Romiti
Gino Romiti was from Leghorn and was a pupil of Guglielmo Micheli. When he was sixteen he was also taught by Giovanni Fattori when the master spent the summer in the town of his birth. In 1898 he took part at the Milan "Permanente", while until about 1902 he continued to study under Micheli, becoming close friends with Amedeo Modigliani.
One of the most active of the Leghorn group, he had a repertoire of subjects mainly drawn from the pinewoods of Ardenza, the countryside surrounding Leghorn, country gardens and lanes, while his interest in the sea led him to paint unusual works depicting the sea-bed. He exhibited at the 1903 and 1912 Venice Biennial* and in the same years painted works that are influenced by the theories of th
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