(1869 - 1920)
Mario Puccini was active/lived in Italy. Mario Puccini is known for landscape, marine and rural scenes of Livorno, still life.
Biography Mario Puccini
By many considered the greatest of the Post-Macchiaioli artists, Mario Puccini's early training was at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze where, encouraged by Giovanni Fattori, he enrolled in 1884. Three years later he exhibited at the "Società d'Incoraggiamento" a Studio di testa (Study for a head). In 1892, after receiving his diploma, he enrolled at the "Scuola Libera del Nudo", but after a short time he began to have symptoms of depression that when diagnosed as really being a mental illness, led to his being admitted to the psychiatric hospital of Siena where he stayed until 1898. Apart from some portraits few works have survived from this period.
It was not until 1906 that he began to exhibit regularly (a
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