Watercolour on paper by Giulio Falzoni, signed on the lower right.
Giulio Falzoni (Marmirolo, June 1st 1900 – Milano, 1978). In his youth he studied music and painting, specifically dedicating his work and research towards mural painting.
In 1915 he started studying drawing in Mantova and the following year he worked as decorator.
From 1928 to 1943 he stayed in Florence, where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts and developped his artistic skills under the lead of Plinio Nomellini.
He started to stand out from his contemporary colleagues thanks to his watercolour technique, mastering it in London at the Royal Watercolour Society in the end of the 1940s.
His first solo exhibition was set up in 1939 in Mantova, then Florence, Padova, Prato, Neaples, Venice and Milan followed.
Some of his exhibitions have taken place in the United States of America, United Kingdom, France and Switzerland.
Several prestigious collections see his works as their part, as for instance the Galleria degli Uffizi and Musei Capitolini.

Measurements: In frame H56 x W49,5 x D4,5 // H32 x W26 cm.