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Atilio Malinverno

Atilio Malinverno
Atilio Malinverno
Atilio Malinverno (1927)
Born Atilio Malinverno
(1890-04-20)April 20, 1890
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Died June 21, 1936(1936-06-21) (aged 46)
Buenos Aires
Residence Boedo, Buenos Aires
Nationality Argentina
Occupation Painter
Notable work Los Eucaliptos

Atilio Malinverno (Buenos Aires, 1890-1936) was an Argentine painter. He was a post-Impressionist, a part of a movement started in the first decade of the twentieth century.

Known as "the philosopher of trees",[1] he devoted himself exclusively to landscape painting in his free time from working in his advertising agency. The main topics of his works were the hills of Córdoba, the Pampas plains, the mountains of Tandil, the coast of Quilmes, the ravines of San Isidro beside the Río de la Plata, and Piriapolis in Uruguay.

He moved for a period to the Córdoba hills, painting in the open air, and on returning to Buenos Aires staged exhibitions at which he successfully sold all his works.

He studied art at the Asociación de Estímulo de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts Association), and made several trips to study art in the Argentine interior, Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay.

Contents

  • Biography 1
  • Present displays 2
  • References 3
  • Further reading 4
  • External links 5

Biography

Malinverno and daughters

Malinverno was born in Buenos Aires on 20 April 1890. He studied at the Fine Arts Association with teachers Enrique Muiño.

More recently his work has featured repeatedly in exhibitions at the Alvear de Zurbarán Collection in Buenos Aires: individual exhibitions in 1986, 1991, 1994 and 1998, and as part of collective exhibitions in 1982 and 1997. Also in 1986 his work was included in the "Italian Roots in Argentine Art" exhibition at the Estudio de Buenos Aires.

Present displays

Los Eucaliptos, by Malinverno

Malinverno's work is on display at:

References

  1. ^ Rafael F. Squirru, "Arte y humanismo", p. 88 et seq. Fundación Praxis para la Difusión del Arte, 1993. [1]
  2. ^ Galeria Witcomb, "Memorias de una galería de arte: Archivo Witcomb, 1896-1971". p. 134. Fundación Espigas, 2000. [2]
  3. ^ "Memorabilia: Acontecimientos, Nacimientos y Fallecimientos importantes de la historia dia a dia". p. 151. Kreactiva Editorial. [3]
  4. ^ El salón de Pintores y Pinturas Argentinas del Bicentenario, Casa Rosada
  5. ^ La Colección Permanente - Atilio Malinverno, Museo de Arte Tigre

Further reading

  • "Malinverno", Talleres Gráficos "La Suiza", 1937. [4]
  • Rafael F. Squirru, Ignacio Gutiérrez Zaldívar. "40 Maestros Del Arte de Los Argentinos", p. 186. Zurbarán Ediciones, 1990. [5]
  • Rodrigo Gutiérrez Viñuales. "La pintura argentina: identidad nacional e hispanismo (1900-1930)", p. 63-65. Editorial Universidad de Granada, 2003. [6]

External links

  • Atilio Malinverno - Personal site
  • Atilio Malinverno - Website Zurbarán
  • The painters who showed the field - The Nation
  • New brushes for Argentine landscape - The Nation
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