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Collection Particulière Italienne : De Giovanni Fattori à Giorgio de Chirico

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Angelo Morbelli
ALESSANDRIA (PIEMONT) 1853 - 1919 MILAN
THE VALLEY OF USSEGLIO
Signed lower left Morbelli and inscribed on the reverse by the artist's son Studio rappresentante la valle Usseglio dipinto da mio padre nel 1918 / Rolando Morbelli / 7 Febbraio 1922 (or 1929)
Oil on cardboard of slightly irregular shape
21.6 x 35.7 cm ; 8  1/2 by 14 in.
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Angelo Morbelli studies at the Accademia di Brera in Milan from 1867 to 1876, with Raffaele Casnedi and Giuseppe Bertini. In the early 1890s, under the influence of Segantini and Previati, Morbelli adopts the precepts of divisionism, which he will apply to landscapes as well as to realistic subjects with marked social connotations.

Painted in 1918, a year only before his death, this work shows a view of the Usseglio Valley, near Turin. In this landscape, Morbelli remains faithful to his taste for mountain painting, one of the favorite motives of the Italian Divisionists.

Using quick, broad and energetic brushstrokes, Morbelli focuses on the vibration of light and its reflection in the sky, clouds and partially snow-covered mountain peaks.

Collection Particulière Italienne : De Giovanni Fattori à Giorgio de Chirico

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