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"Ski Tracks" by Piero Dorazio - Just Reduced

Ski Tracks



Piero Dorazio

Limited Edition Print
Rives Paper

Size: 33.5 x 24.5 in  |  85 x 62 cm

Framed: 33.5 x 24.5 in  |  85 x 62 cm

Edition: from an edition of 150

Hand Signed : Lower right
Condition: Excellent
Not Framed
Provenance : Purchased at New York Art Fair from publisher, Llazo Vujic, Visconti Art, Yugoslavia. Piero Dorazio created this print especially for the ArtSport porfolio, published with the Olympic imprimatur in honor of the 1984 Sarajevo Olympics.
Certificate of Authenticity : La Magie de l'Art
Piero Dorazio

Art Brokerage: Piero Dorazio Italian Artist: b. 1927-2005. Since 1945 Piero Dorazio studied architecture in Rome. At the same time first abstract works were executed. In 1947 he received a scholarship from the Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux Arts in Paris, where he contacted Modern artists, who lived in Paris. He founded the galleries 'Age d'Or' in Florence and Rome to diffuse avant-garde arts in Italy. During a one year stay in the USA he got acquainted with leading characters of Abstract Expressionism like Marc Rothko, Robert Motherwell and Barnett Newman. At that time he also intensively studied Kandinsky's essays, whose theory of the immaterial aspects in painting influenced him strongly. In 1959 Piero Dorazio participated in the documenta II in Kassel. In the 1960's the first compositions of ink ribbons were executed in his studio in New York, which dominated his work henceforth. After his return to Italy Dorazio moved to the former romanic cloister of Todi in Umbria. Dorazio was regarded up to great age as one of the leading Italian artists of concrete colour painting. Piero Dorazio died at the age of 77 in Perugia on 17 May 2005. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.