|Born||29 March 1917|
Treviglio (BG), Lombardy, Italy
|Died||7 June 2017 (aged 100)|
|Field||Painting, mosaic, fresco, stained glass|
Trento Longaretti (29 March 1917 – 7 June 2017) was an Italian painter. He studied at the Brera Academy in the 1930s, where he was taught by renowned artists including painters Aldo Carpi and Pompeo Borra, and sculptors Francesco Messina and Marino Marini.
His oil paintings have been described as dense and oily like those of Paul Cézanne, and his style having similarities to the fantasy settings of Marc Chagall and "pictorial culture" of Egon Schiele. His still life paintings have been described as "delicate and almost religious".
He became involved in the Italian figurative art movement of the 1950s.
References[change | change source]
- Staff (2016-09-27). "Trento Longaretti, un autoritratto". Bergamo Post. Retrieved 2016-10-23.
- Staff (2017-06-07). "È morto a cento anni Trento Longaretti Se ne va un pezzo di storia - Foto e Video" (in Italian). L'Eco di Bergamo. Retrieved 2017-06-07.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Trento Longaretti, a book about the artist published by Galleria Lorenzelli (Bergamo)
- Gatti, Chiara (13 October 2002). "Longaretti naturalista inquieto" [Longaretti a restless naturalist]. La República (in Italian). Retrieved 27 September 2014.
- "I 100 anni di Trento Longaretti" [The 100 years of Trento Longaretti] (in Italian). L'Eco di Bergamo. 29 January 2016. Retrieved 9 February 2016.