"Piante Nere" by Ubaldo Bartolini
“Piante Nere” by Ubaldo Bartolini.
5 color lithograph on Magnani-Pescia 340g paper
Dimensions: 49,5x70 cm
Print run: 54/99
Dry stamp Stamperia Carini
Inspired by the Lorrainers and the greatest Flemish landscape painters (e.g. Van Ruysdael), Bartolini belongs to the leading artists whom based-on-representational-art painting technique will come together with the “Anachronistic Movement”.
However, a thorough analysis of his paintings brings out a great influence deep-rooted more in Germany than in France. It shines the aims of the “metereological” painting of Friedrich, which Bartolini made richer in enamel and contrasts.
Actually, he diverges from the Corot silver fogs in favour of a careful and sharp Naturalism, appeased through a direct conscience hold of the Annibale Carracci and the seventieth century Central Italian painters’landscape results.
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