Fabrizio Clerici

A painter, a stage designer and a printmaker, Clerici was one of the most important exponents of Italian Surrealism in the postwar period. Born in Milan, in 1920 he moved with his family to Rome, where he graduated with a degree in architecture in 1937. As a student he attended conferences held by Le Corbusier, and in 1936 he befriended Alberto Savinio, who introduced him to Surrealism. He moved to Milan at the end of the 1930s and associated himself with Filippo de Pisis and Giorgio de Chirico.
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Fabrizio Clerici

Fabrizio Clerici

Fabrizio Clerici. Moyenne confession palermitaine. 1954 (Oil on table)

Fabrizio Clerici. Moyenne confession palermitaine. 1954 (Oil on table)

Fabrizio Clerici

Fabrizio Clerici

Fabrizio Clerici L’occhio barocco 1954

Fabrizio Clerici L’occhio barocco 1954

Fabrizio Clerici Variazioni tebane

Fabrizio Clerici Variazioni tebane

Fabrizio Clerici In attesa di Ajace

Fabrizio Clerici In attesa di Ajace

Clerici Sonno romano

Clerici Sonno romano

FABRIZIO CLERICI (Milan 1913 - Rome 1993) UNA FINESTRA LASCIATA APERTA (A window left open)   Lithograph in three colours, from 'Variazioni Tebane', c. 1978/1981

FABRIZIO CLERICI (Milan 1913 - Rome 1993) UNA FINESTRA LASCIATA APERTA (A window left open) Lithograph in three colours, from 'Variazioni Tebane', c. 1978/1981

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