Flashback in Turin, between 4 and 7 November, will be an opportunity to present some unpublished works. The austere in armor portrait of Count Giulio di Montevecchio, signed and dated by Bonifacio de ‘Pitati in 1542, gives us the image of an important 16th century man of arms, in the service of the Duchy of Urbino and the Republic of Venice.
As a tribute to the city that hosts us, we will present the unpublished masterpiece by Marco Calderini The Po in Turin, a large view exhibited in 1880 at the Esposizione Nazionale in Turin.
The twentieth century will be represented by a series of self-portraits of painters and two large cartoons by Francesco Olivucci, with the themes of the aeronautical and naval arts and sciences for the government building in Forlì, and Mario Broglio for a work of Magic Realism such as Bath in the park.
Among the sculptures we will exhibit a rare terracotta by Ettore Ferrari with an historical and libertarian subject, Cum Spartaco pugnavit, preparatory for the large group exhibited in Turin in 1880, and the only known bronze version of the portrait of Gabriele D’Annunzio by Paolo Troubetzkoy of the 1911.
Flashback 4-7 November 2021, Turin ex Caserma Dogali, via Asti 22
Works by: Bonifacio de ‘Pitati, Marco Calderini, Mario Broglio, Edmondo Poletti, Francesco Olivucci, Ettore Ferrari, Roberto Melli, Angelo Modotto, Edita Walterowna Broglio, Paolo Troubetzkoy, Giovanni David, Emilio Greco, Giuseppe Siccardi, Carlo Romagnoli, Alberto Martini.