Olieverf op doek - Gesigneerd - Zonder lijst - 1975
|Techniek:||Olieverf op doek|
|Staat:||Zo goed als nieuw|
|Titel van kunstwerk:||Figura con berretto rosso|
|Totale afmetingen (L/B/H in cm):||70x50x2|
|Verkocht met lijst:||Zonder lijst|
Artwork is archived at Archivio Guido Pajetta with no. 693 and it is published in Catalogo Generale delle Opere di Guido Pajetta curated by Enrico Crispolti.
Guido Pajetta (Monza, 8th February 1898 – Milan, 15th February 1987) was an Italian painter.
He was born in Monza in 1898. His father, originally from Vittorio Veneto, is a pharmacist, but he comes from a family of artists: his grandfather Paolo and his uncles Pietro and Mariano were painters, important exponents of Venetian naturalistic painting.
He began to attend the Brera Academy in 1914, but in 1917 he was a volunteer among the Arditi. However, he had to be hospitalised because of a pulmonary disease. At the end of the war, in 1919 he resumed attending the Ambrogio Alciati's classes at the Academy in Brera. Among his companions are Soldati and Ghiringhelli, who joined the first Italian abstractionism and the future ‘chiarismo’ painters Del Bon, Lilloni, De Amicis.
In 1928 he participated for the first time in the Venice Biennale, where he met Fontana and Massimo Cassani, the latter giving him the main support in his Milanese Galleria del Lauro. The young Pajetta was first influenced by Sironi and the twentieth-century atmosphere, followed by a surreal phase in the mid-1930s and then interest in the French Fauves. In the late 1930s he was close to the Charismo movement, even if with his own personal traits. In 1930 and 1932 he participated again in the Venice Biennale. In 1931 he participated in the Quadriennale Nazionale d’Arte of Rome.
In 1938 he married his model, Maria Panizzutti, from whom he would have three children, and with his family he spent the wartime period, between 1942 and 1945, in Tremezzo.
In the late 1940s his art meets a new stylistic change approaching the influences of Picasso, post-Cubism, expressionism with a shift towards a more painful inner reality. The artist has thus come to claim for himself the fullest instinct and stylistic freedom. A unifying motif in his work after the World War II is that of the mask with the ambiguity between being and appearing, between the serious and the grotesque. The strong desire for his freedom of expression had gradually led him to a progressive isolation.
He died in 1987 in his home-studio in via Delio Tessa 1, Milan. In the same year, the critic De Grada dedicated a posthumous exhibition to him in Venice and Milan. A second retrospective is in 1988 at the Permanente in Milan. In 2004 his Monza remembered him with an important anthological exhibition at the Serrone della Villa Reale in Monza.
Since December 2008, the Pinacoteca ambrosiana has been dedicating an important exhibition to Guido Pajetta and has accepted the donation of four of the painter's most significant works.
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