Aldo Pagliacci

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Born in 1913, Aldo Pagliacci is a listed Italian painter of figures in landscapes.

He began to paint at an early age, and exhibited at the Venice Biennale beginning in 1930. A war prisoner in World War II, he returned to Italy after the war and spent time in Forio at an art colony before moving on to Rome where he was influenced by the work of Giorgio De Chirico. His paintings have sold at auction for as much as $5,000.00.

He died in 1991.

Another detail of this artwork is below.

Title

Three Youths At Midday

Artist

Aldo Pagliacci, Italian ~ 1913 - 1991

Dated

1957

Signed

Lower Right

Medium

Oil On Canvas

Price

$2200.00

Size

30" by 21"

Style

Figural Landscape

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