Grumini Giorgio

 

Giorgio Grumini was born in San Felice Extra (Vr).
He studied with the master Augusto Durelli and attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.

 

Pioneer, he teaches the search for truth and the technique of oil painting on jute.

 

He has held numerous solo, and participated in collective shows, and in important national and abroad shows, obtaining prestigious awards and prizes.

His works are displayed in public and private collections in Italy, the Netherlands, Germany, Venezuela, Canada, the United States, and Florida.

 

The almost ancestral love between the landscape and the painter shines through, in the works of Giorgio Grumini. The artist, through pasty and penetrating colours, managed to fix and immortalize moments of life and corners of a city so dear to his heart, Verona, on his canvases.

His "Piazza delle Erbe" and the portraits of the "Tina dei artichokes" are imbued with a feeling that only those who, like Grumini, love Verona, can transmit.

 

"In his artworks, Giorgio Grumini touches on fascinating and engaging themes either when he turns to natural world, eulogizing its beauties, and when he dwells on Verona, that he loves. He has dedicated to this city several artworks which not only celebrate its history and monuments but also investigate the secret soul taking note of the slow change of the social life, the dispel of traditions and the sunset of an era... 'Verona la perde el so color' is the title of a series he started few years ago in which he takes inspiration from this theme between nostalgia and memory. With his imagination, the artist restores the previous vital ardor to the dear citizen to that Piazza Erbe, the center of the city’s life since ancient times. Giorgio Grumini revives characters, crafts and popular traditions with the lights and the colors of his clear impressionistic style, imprinting heart rending emotions in his artworks."Salvatore Perdicaro

Grumini Giorgio

Via A. Guglielmi, 3 - 37132 Verona (VR) - IT

Tel: +39 045.972427 - Mob: +39 338.4761284

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