Born in 1883 in Cortona (Italy), deceased in 1966 in Paris (France)
He began his career as a student under Giacomo Bella and then joining the Futurist movement in Paris in 1910.
And a very gifted draftsman, he combines both science and art, rigor and imagination in his work.
He was very interested in time sequence photography and in opposition to the mimicry of traditional painting, he exercised his talents to decompose different steps of a single movement.
After 1920, he dedicated himself notably to sacred art and mosaics.
Untitled, ca. 1940
Bracelet – Silver and gold, 4.1 x 7.3 cm
Coll. Diane Venet