Mino Maccari: l’avventura de “Il Selvaggio”


Catalogue of the exhibition curated by Donatella Capresi and Barbara Cinelli

Paperback (305 x 210 mm), 207 pages

Published by maschietto&musolino (1998)

Language: Italian

Type of book: Exhibition catalogue

ISBN: 88-86404-66-2

Free UK standard shipping

1 in stock

Add to Wishlist

Check if this product is available in your area

Item will be shipped in 1-2 business days
  Ask a Question


Subtitled “Artisti da Colle a Roma 1924-1943”

Richly illustrated in both colour and black & white

Condition: Used – Basically a new book with a few dents and creases to the cover.

Includes the following essays (the chapters numbered 1-10 accompany the exhibition images and the author is not indicated):

Barbara Cinelli, “I talenti di Maccari”

1. Gli inizi di Maccari a Colle Val d’Elsa

2. Il paese toscano

3. Dalle colline al mare: i paesi dei “selvaggi”

4. Ritratti d’artista

5. Immagini della quotidianità

6. Nature morte

7. Torino e le opzioni antifiorentine

8. Roma anni Trenta: nuove iconografie e nuove tecniche

9. Morandi e Bartolini: le vie maestre dell’incisione contemporanea

10. Il realismo della giovane generazione


Alessandro Del Puppo, “Iconografia e ideologia nei ‘Selvaggi di Toscana’ 1924-1929”

Marta Nezzo, “1932-1934: ‘Il Selvaggio’ romano tra immagini e scritti d’artista

Spend £50 or more with PB Gold and save £5 using discount code Lovebooks50

Spend £100 or more with PB Gold and save £15 using discount code Lovebooks100


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Mino Maccari: l’avventura de “Il Selvaggio””

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

0 out of 5
United Kingdom (UK)

Shipping Policy

Free shipping within the UK. Everywhere else, a contribution of £8.00 towards postage and packing will be applied at the till.

Refund Policy

Refunds only given if order cancelled before it is shipped.

Cancellation / Return / Exchange Policy

To cancel the order please use the inquiry form.

These being mostly used books we regret that we are unable to accept returns.

General Enquiries

There are no enquiries yet.