Alessandro Bruschetti Painter
- ALESSANDRO BRUSCHETTI PAINTER
Alessandro Bruschetti was a painter It is italian muralist and among the main exponents of the Futurism umbrian.
He was born in Perugia in 1910 and trained at the Art Institute and Academy of Fine Arts in his city.
In 1932 Alessandro Bruschetti moved to Rome to study the restoration of ancient paintings and obtain the qualification to teach drawing.
In the capital he participates in the environment of the second futurism and knows the fellow countryman Gerardo Dottori with whom an artistic understanding is born immediately that will see them protagonists of theaeropainting, the new futurist current dedicated to flight.
It was the fellow Umbrian who introduced Alessandro Bruschetti to the founder of Futurism, Filippo Marinetti, who, seeing his Dynamism of horses of the early Thirties, decreed its entry into his movement. He will participate with Marinetti's group in all the most important exhibitions in Italy and abroad (Venice Biennials, Rome Quadrennials, exhibitions in Berlin and Istanbul).
In 1941 he signed the Umbrian futurist manifesto of aeropainting of Doctors. The movement opens the door to a style that sees the aerial vision as the only pictorial perspective, it is no coincidence that this need materializes precisely in the years that sees aeronautics at its highest levels in Italy.
In the meantime he established himself as one of the most qualified restorers in Italy, also starting to teach artistic subjects between Umbria and Lombardy. We owe him perfect copies on wood and canvas of works by authors from the fifteenth century onwards. In Milan he met the futurists Andreoni, Acquaviva, Belloli and Crali.
In the mid-1960s he developed his work towards multi-materialism and towards an abstract-geometric vision and theorized the purilometry, with which he would like to define the geometric splendor and purity of light, preserving the concepts of dynamism and synthesis inherited from Futurism.
In the 1960s and 1970s he worked above all on sacred works of art for churches in Perugia (San Barnaba, The Resurrection) and Sassoferrato, showing a strong will to spiritualize the material.
Alessandro Bruschetti died in Brugherio in 1980.
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