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Umberto Pettinicchio

Umberto Pettinicchio (born 1943) is an Italian painter and sculptor.[1] He was born in Torremaggiore, a town in Apulia. Later, he moved to Milan. In Milan he studied art at the Accademia di Brera.[2] He had his first exhibition in 1969.[3] His early paintings were in the expressionist style. His later paintings were more abstract.[4] His 1981 painting The Death of the Bull is held in the Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Santander y Cantabria.[5]


  1. Carella, Elvira (31 January 2010). "Le colline della Brianza e i suoi stupendi campanili sono la mia ispirazione" . Il Giorno. Retrieved 8 March 2017 (in Italian).
  2. Genova, Giorgio Di (2007). Storia dell'arte italiana del '900 . Edizioni Bora. p. 1451.
  3. Los Cuadernos del norte . Caja de Ahorros de Asturias. 1983. p. 103.
  4. Scantamburlo, Elisabetta (curator). Catalog: Milano Art Design, 21 May–30 October 2015 , p. 24
  5. Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Santander y Cantabria. Umberto Pettinicchio .

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