Marino Marini


Marino Marini began studying painting, graphic techniques and sculpture in Florence and from 1929 to 1940 taught at the art school in Monza. He had already begun to turn to sculpture and was appointed Professor of Sculpture at the Brerea Academy in Milan in 1940. His drawings then became working elements for his sculpture, worked in plaster, wood, or bronze. Marini's subjects he limited to portraits, female figures, and horses and their riders, so the print in stock is a classic Marini image.