(1898 - 1989)
Mino Maccari was active/lived in Italy. Mino Maccari is known for painting, sculpture and etching.
Born in Siena in 1898, Mino Maccari at the age of nineteen, fought in the First World War as an artillery officer. On his return to Siena in 1920, he graduated in law and started working at the legal practice of a lawyer named Dini, in the Colle Val d'Elsa region. It was during these years that he first tried his hand at painting and etching*.
Maccari's public debut was with the Labronico Group*. In 1922 he took part in the march on Rome.
In 1924 he was asked by Angiolo Bencini to take charge of printing Il Selvaggio, the periodical in which his first etchings were published. In 1926 he gave up his law career to take over as director, a position he held until 1942. In 1925, publication of < ... Displaying 750 of 3030 characters.