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Antonio Barrera Art

ANTONIO BARRERA (ITALY, 1889–1970)

Antonio Barrera was one of Pietro Gaudenzi's pupils and, in 1925, he exhibited his first works at the Society of Fine Arts Amateurs of Rome. Since 1917, he participated in all the exhibitions held in Rome, Venice, Milan, Naples, Barcelona, Madrid, Baltimore, Paris, etc. Some of his works can be found in the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome, the Civic Museum of Ancient Art, Turin, the National Museum of Fine Arts, Malta, and in important private collections. He painted portraits of the sovereigns for the Senate Presidency Council Room. In 1929, in Barcelona, he obtained the honorary medal. His current artistic trend and the modernity of his works were focused on a particular architectural and design sense, in which his acute pictorial sensitivity is controlled.

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Letter with Business Card by the painter Antonio Barrera - Mid-20th Century
By Antonio Barrera
Located in Roma, IT
In the correspondence, Antonio Barrera writes to the Countess Pecci Blunt sending her a business card to invite her to his exhibition.
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Mid-20th Century Modern Antonio Barrera Art

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Pond of Villa Borghese - Oil on Canvas by A. Barrera - 1945
By Antonio Barrera
Located in Roma, IT
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Early 1900s Modern Antonio Barrera Art

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The Harbour - Oil on Canvas by E. Tani - 1908
By Antonio Barrera
Located in Roma, IT
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Early 1900s Modern Antonio Barrera Art

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Canvas, Oil

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