Beautiful and fine etching made by Carlo Carrà (1881-1966), an artist proof of the highest level, for true art lovers.
Coming from a private collection, it is in very good condition, framed.
The work inlcudes our certificate of authenticity, complete with photo, description, year and dimensions.
Carlo Dalmazio Carrà, born in Quargnento (province of Alessandria) on 11 February 1881, died in Milan on 13 April 1966, for a fulminant illness.
Experimenter of different artistic trends from Realism to Divisionism, from the Metaphysics to mythical Realism of the 1920's and 1930's.
At the young age of twelve, he began to do the house painter and then the plasterer and decorator.
Only in 1906 he managed to enroll at the Brera Academy.
Before the 1920's he developed and revealed the distressing iconography characteristic of metaphysics, similar but at the same time different from that proposed by his friend Giorgio de Chirico.
The naturalist period, to which the etching proposed by us (1924) belongs, in which the landscapes will become his favorite subjects, will last from 1921 to 1925.
In 1941, in testimony of his art, he will be appointed professor of painting at the Brera Academy.
Four years before his death, in 1962, at the Palazzo Reale in Milan, an anthological exhibition of his work was set up.
Title: Marina in burrasca (Stormy seas)
Author: Carlo Carrà
Size in cm: 25 x 35,5 (only the work) - 45,4 x 60,5 (including the frame)
Frame thickness: 2 cm
Signatures, trademarks, origins: Signed below - Artist proof
Item condition: Very good
Ref no. F0037
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