Martini Arturo





TREVISO 1889 – MILANO 1947

Arturo Martini was a leading Italian sculptor between World War I and II He moved between a very vigorous (almost ancient Roman) classicism and modernism He was associated with public sculpture in fascist Italy, but later renounced his medium altogether
Martini seems to have been an active supporter of the Futurist movement between 1914 and 1918 He certainly corresponded with Umberto Boccioni and produced a modernist booklet in 1918 His early works show an archaic tendency, two-dimensionality and polychrome effects


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