Maccari Mino

Maccari Mino

Senese of 1898, he immediately showed himself to be inclined to charcoal drawing while his father directed him to the humanities. He graduated in Law and participated in the Great War and the March on Rome. In his spare time he devotes himself to painting and engraving. In 1926 he left the legal activity and took over the management of the magazine The Savage, admittedly intransigent fascist. But when Maccari realizes that the intransigent road is not viable, The Savage changes course and begins to deal with art and political satire. Then he works in Turin as editor in chief a The print, having Curzio Malaparte as its director. His painting is made up of strong colors, violent drawing and quick brush strokes.

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