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The Prize

“INDIFESA” aquatint by illustrator Guido Scarabottolo.

Print run limited to 100 numbered copies hand signed by artist. 

Artist: Guido Scarabottolo
Technique: aquatint
Drawing: 60 x 36,5 cm
Sheet: 70 x 50 cm
Paper: Hahnemühle 300 gr.
Printed by: Milano Printmakers
Copy: randomly assigned from 2 to 100 

We would like to draw attention to the fact that the artists involved have embraced the cause and the auction starting price that has been set for the works is lower than their market value and their usual valuations.

Guido Scarabottolo was born in Sesto San Giovanni, Italy in 1947. After graduating in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan, in 1973 he joined the Arcoquattro studio operating in architecture and visual communication in the publishing and advertising sectors. A graphic designer and illustrator, he has worked for all the big Italian publishers, RAI television company, the main advertising agencies and major national companies; his collaborations include work in Japan and the United States. He turns his hand to design for pleasure, occasionally creating objects and furniture. His illustrations have appeared in numerous exhibitions, in Italy and abroad. He lives and works in Milan.

The artist donated this artwork to Terre des Hommes Italia and Le Belle Arti - ArtePassante Project.

The proceeds from the auction will go to the Terre des Hommes fundraising campaign in support of the Coronavirus Emergency to meet the most urgent needs of the many children and their families affected by poverty and hunger.

 

The Cause

For 50 years, Terre des Hommes has been at the forefront of protecting children all over the world from violence, abuse and exploitation; and has been working to ensure every child has access to school, informal education, medical care and food.

The organization is currently present in 69 countries, with almost 1,046 projects that support children and their families.

Terre des Hommes Italy is part of the Terre des Hommes International Federation, working in partnership with ECHO, and it is recognized by international institutions such as the European Union, United Nations, USAID and Italian Foreign Ministry.

Additional Details

  • In condition as donated.
Item #P38043

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