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Born in 1911 in Fiesole, Italy
Died in 1998 in Paris, France

Silvano Bozzolini studied art in Rome beginning in 1928, before leaving for Milan where he would continue his work on a self-taught basis. In the early 1930s, he travelled to Florence for training at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze where he would study the Tuscan Primitives up close. In 1947, after the war, he moved to Paris and forged friendships with some of the second generation of abstract artists, the likes of Victor Vasarely, Émile Gilioli, Sonia Delaunay, Jean Arp and Jean Deyrolle. Silvano Bozzolini began to show his work intensively during the 1950s, namely at the Salon des Réalités Nouvelles in Paris, on whose committee he was a member, but also elsewhere in Europe, as well as Japan. His now international career earned him a place in the collections of prestigious modern art museums like those in New York, São Paolo, Liège and Paris.

Other artist's artworks in the collection