MARINO MARINI

20th Century Artists
Bath

Marini’s great subject was the horse and rider, a theme he returned to time and time again. He saw the relationship as representing the tensions between man and nature, or reason and sensuality. This theme was also linked to theatricality: Marini would often feature dancers, jugglers and acrobats in his work, such as in the 'Grande Teatro delle Maschere' portfolio.

Presentazione I (Il Teatro delle Maschere, Plate VI)

Presentazione I (Il Teatro delle Maschere, Plate VI)

MARINO MARINI

1973
Etching, drypoint and coloured aquatint on Magnani paper
Signed in pencil and numbered (edition 50)
Plate: 48 x 64 cm
Sheet: 70 x 99 cm

Reference: Guastalla A160
Published by: Albra, Turin
Printed by: Il Cigno, Rome

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